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Level 1,
Manchester Unity Building, 220 Collins St, Melbourne

Professional Teeth Whitening

The best priced professional teeth whitening in Australia!

Whiter, brighter teeth can improve the aesthetics of a smile, make you look younger or help you look your best for a special occasion. Quick, easy, affordable and non-confronting, teeth whitening is the least invasive way to improve your smile and one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments available.

With over 30 years’ teeth whitening experience and the latest Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed technology and Pola Advanced Tooth Whitening System, Smile Solutions are experts in helping countless patients achieve whiter, brighter smiles.

Zoom! In-Chair Professional Teeth Whitening $475

We use Philips’ best teeth whitening treatment for those who want dramatic, instant results in just one hour: Philips Zoom! WhiteSpeed. This one-hour in-chair whitening procedure combines a patented whitening gel with the unique “Zoom” WhiteSpeed blue LED lamp. After this treatment, your teeth could be up to 8 shades whiter, helping to reverse stains and discoloration from food, drinks and ageing.

During the procedure your dentist will apply a rubber shield and liquid latex to protect your gums, and will then apply the advanced whitening gel to your teeth in 15 minute intervals for a total of 60 minutes. The Zoom! WhiteSpeed blue LED lamp activates the gel and accelerates the whitening. If you’re sensitive, the lamp’s variable settings help to minimize any discomfort.

The main benefit of in-chair teeth whitening is the immediacy of results – a significant change in whiteness is seen within a short period of time. However, some patients choose to maximise and maintain the results by following up with an at-home whitening system.

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At Home Professional Teeth Whitening $295

Our at-home kit contains close fitting custom-made teeth whitening trays and a user-friendly low-concentration whitening gel. Whitening gel is applied to the trays, which need to be worn consistently for an hour every day for a week or two to achieve the desired result.

This is a simple system promising good results. You can comfortably whiten your teeth either while you sleep (by using our Pola Night system) or for an hour during the day (by using our Pola Day System). It offers you the convenience of being able to use it whenever you like for the 7 to 14–day period. We provide you with enough whitening gel for your initial treatment period and a number of maintenance applications. Under our supervision this technique is safe for your teeth and gums.

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Complete Teeth Whitening Package $770

Offer includes:

  • Teeth whitening consultation
  • Impressions for teeth whitening take home trays
  • One hour in chair teeth whitening session
  • Take home whitening kit including clear teeth whitening trays and teeth whitening gel
  • No further discounts apply. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer

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Up to 24 months no deposit interest free payment plans available

Smile Solutions offers up to 24 months no deposit, interest free payment plans for all your general, cosmetic and specialist dental treatment.

Our payment plans allows patients to pay off their treatment in easy fortnightly instalments, with a low establishment fee and a simple application process.

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Welcome to our teeth whitening centre

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Located on the ground floor in the iconic Manchester Unity Building, Smile Solutions is pleased to introduce our brand new, architecturally designed bespoke teeth whitening centre, a dedicated space with a calm and serene environment away from the dental surgery.

Sit back and relax as you enjoy the modern flare of the space combined with the contrast of the beautiful art deco design of the Manchester Unity Building. The high ceiling, special marble tiles, modern salon-styled comfortable chairs, creative art work, the neutral white tones and the signature Glasshouse Smile Solutions fragrance all help to provide a relaxing and peaceful haven to enjoy your teeth whitening experience with our team of experienced clinicians.

Technologically advanced practice

Smile Solutions is always pioneering new technologies and processes to provide to our patients. All our clinicians have access to the most superior technology available to ensure every patient receives the highest level of treatment and achieves the best results.

This including Dental Monitoring, iTero scanners, 3Shape Trios digital scanners, Digital Radiographs & CT scans, a fleet of CEREC machines and intraoral scanners, as well as an in-house dental laboratory equipment and bespoke ceramic studio equip with 3D printers.

Over 30 years of award winning service

Our portfolio of awards have cemented our dental practice as a pioneer and leader in Australia’s health industry across service excellence, innovation and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Teeth whitening involves breaking down the discolouration so that your teeth look whiter. Whether the process will work for you depends largely on the cause of your discolouration. Each whitening method has a different degree of effectiveness and permanency. Your dentist will advise you on the degree of whitening and the process that is best for your teeth and more likely to give you the results you are seeking.

It’s also important to note that the results will not be the same for everyone, as everyone’s teeth are different. Some people might find they are able to achieve a whiteness that’s several shades brighter that their existing tooth colour, while others may only achieve one to two shades whiter.

Before any whitening process, we recommend that patients have their teeth cleaned by a hygienist to remove any plaque build-up and ensure the best results.

Before any whitening process, we recommend that patients have their teeth cleaned by a hygienist to remove any plaque build-up and ensure the best results.

Given the different causes of discolouration, it is also important to have your dentist thoroughly assess your dental health to determine whether teeth whitening will be an effective treatment for you.

There are two types of tooth discolouration: extrinsic and intrinsic.

Extrinsic discolouration – that is, staining confined to the enamel – is most commonly caused by age, diet and poor oral hygiene. As we age, our tooth enamel can thin and start to reveal the yellow dentin beneath. In addition, diet and poor oral hygiene can cause our tooth enamel to stain, especially if our diet is high in sugars and acidic food and if we don’t maintain good oral hygiene. Teeth whitening treatment is most effective in removing this kind of staining.

Intrinsic discolouration – that is, discolouration of the inner structure of the tooth – can be the result of trauma. This could include impact to the tooth when you were a child, such as a fall that damaged the developing permanent tooth; or trauma that involved internal bleeding, which discoloured the permanent tooth. Intrinsic staining usually requires additional dental treatment to achieve whitening.

Not everyone’s teeth are suitable for whitening. We recommend having a check up with your dentist in advance. This can be scheduled at the time of your teeth clean, so your dentist can assess for sensitivity, tooth decay, existing restorations, gum disease and any oral conditions that could hinder the effectiveness of the teeth whitening procedure. If you have veneers, crowns or fillings, they will not change colour with whitening, which means you can be left with different-coloured teeth.

Teeth whitening is generally safe when used in the correct way. One of the biggest risks associated with teeth whitening arises when it is applied incorrectly or by someone who is not properly qualified.

Because a bleaching agent is involved, some of the side effects of teeth whitening can include damage to the gums, tooth sensitivity and irritation, and possibly bleeding in the oesophagus and stomach if the bleach is swallowed.

Sensitivity from teeth whitening usually only lasts a day or two. Patients with receding gums, cracks in their teeth or failing restorations (which can result in leaking) are the most likely to experience sensitivity. Gum irritation can arise as a result of contact between the whitening agent and your gums.

After any teeth whitening procedure, it is recommended that you avoid smoking, drinking coffee, tea, soft drink and red wine, eating highly coloured foods (such as berries or beetroot) and using mouthwash. These can all reverse the effectiveness of teeth whitening and further stain your teeth. These images are simply an educational guide and by no means represent a guarantee of outcome.

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