Teeth Whitening In Reading
Any good dental practice will be able to offer practical advice on what is best for your oral health and lifestyle, whether it is laser whitening in house or home teeth whitening solutions. If you want in house teeth whitening in Reading, then we invite you to relax and put your feet up as we take care of everything for you. One potential issue with teeth whitening is that white spots are not affected by the process, which is where Icon White Spot Treatment comes into play. This treatment ensures those white spots match the rest of your teeth to give you those pearly whites you’ve always dreamed of.
There are three key teeth whitening choices. Which one is right for you depends on your circumstances. Sometimes you may require a combination of treatments to get the desired outcome.
Laser teeth whitening is done in-house and is when the whitening gel is applied to the teeth. The gel is that exposure to UV laser light. This option offers instant results. The results are so quick in fact, that your dentist can show you a before and after comparison when the treatment is over.
Your dentist takes molds of your teeth with dental putty and uses the mold to create something akin to a gum shield. These trays can be worn at home for as long as needed to give you brilliant white teeth from the comfort of home.
A diamond polish, also known as airflow whitening, is the best treatment for teeth that have been heavily stained. This involves polishing teeth with a combination of air, water, and sodium bicarbonate to remove stains and plaque to give you whiter teeth in a flash.
If you’re going to invest in having your teeth whitened then you want to be sure that the results will last. A good dentist offers a lot of aftercare, but how long the results last depends on how much you pay attention to oral hygiene. Your teeth will stay white if you practice good oral health and avoid things like tea, coffee, wine, and cigarettes.
While some people will not experience any side effects, most people who have their teeth whitened will notice that their teeth are more sensitive during and after treatment. This sensitivity should fade within 48 hours. It’s recommended that you avoid eating or drinking particularly cold or hot food and drinks until the sensitivity goes away.
Just about anyone can have their teeth whitened. Consult with your dentist about getting your smile back with a teeth whitening in Reading procedure today. They’ll give you assessment and let you know for sure if you can have your teeth whitened and which treatment options are best for you. Don’t forget to protect your newly whitened teeth by taking care of them.
This practice complies with the Data Protection Act (1998) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018. This means that we will ensure that your information is processed fairly and lawfully.
• Your past and current medical and dental condition; personal details such as your age, address, telephone number and your general medical practitioner
• We may need to request details of your NHS number and entitlement to healthcare treatment
• Radiographs, clinical photographs, ultrasound imaging and study models
• Information about the treatment that we have provided or propose and its cost
• Notes of conversations or incidents that might occur for which a record needs to be kept
• Records of consent to treatment
• Any correspondence relating to you with other health care professionals, for example in the hospital or community services.
We need to keep accurate personal data about patients in order to provide you with safe and appropriate dental care.
We are required to retain your medical records, ultrasound imaging, X- rays and study models while you are a patient of this practice and after you cease to be a patient, for at least eleven years or until age 25, whichever is the longer.
Your information is held in the practice’s computer system. The information is only accessible to authorised personnel. Personal information will not be removed from this practice without the patients authorised consent. Your personal information is carefully protected by the staff at this practice. All access to information is held securely and can only be accessed by regularly changed passwords. Data is encrypted and computer terminals are closed if unattended.
In order to provide proper and safe dental care to:
• Your general medical practitioner
• The hospital or community dental services
• Other health professionals caring for you
• Private dental schemes of which you are a member.
Disclosure will take place on a ‘need-to-know’ basis, so that only those individuals/organisations who need to know in order to provide care to you (whose personnel are covered by strict confidentiality rules) will be given the information. Only information that the recipient needs to know will be disclosed.
In very limited circumstances or when required by law or a court order, personal data may have to be disclosed to a third party not connected with your health care. In all other situations, disclosure that is not covered by this Code of Practice will only occur when we have your specific consent. Where possible you will be informed of these requests for disclosure.