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Professional Teeth Whitening Services in Worcestershire

Achieve a whiter, brighter smile

High-End Teeth Whitening Services in Worcestershire

At New Road Dental, we’re proud to be an accredited Enlighten Professional Tooth Whitening Centre. Using the Enlighten system, we are able to achieve the whitest shade shown on a dental shade guide, VITA shade B1, something that no-other system can guarantee.

Professional teeth whitening from a dentist is the only safe, legal, and effective method of achieving a whiter, brighter smile.

We also use Boutique Whitening, which is a premium quality, professional teeth whitening system that delivers superior results, and we love it!

So, what does your smile say about you?



Teeth whitening is ideal for anyone with healthy, unrestored teeth who would like to have a whiter, brighter smile.

If you have gum disease or tooth decay, these problems would need to be treated before commencing with teeth whitening treatment. We would recommend for the best results that you visit our Dental Hygienist for a scale and polish before your teeth whitening treatment.

Even if you had restorations you may still be suitable for teeth whitening. You should not under go teeth whitening if you are pregnant. You must also be over the age of 16 years.

Talk to our dental team here at New Road Dental, they can advise you if you are suitable for teeth whitening and the options that are best for you.

What will my smile look like?

Our dentists, whom have a special interest in cosmetic dentistry, will take the time to discuss your preferences and recommend the best shade to ensure you achieve a natural smile. We understand that a ‘Hollywood smile’ isn’t for everybody. No matter what your age, lifestyle, dietary habits or the starting colour of your teeth, we will be able to use the Enlighten System to improve the appearance of your teeth and give you a brighter, whiter smile.

Don't settle for over-the-counter solutions that may disappoint and damage your oral health.

Trust the professionals at New Road Dental to safely and effectively whiten your teeth, giving you the smile of your dreams.
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Teeth Whitening FAQs

Many people question whether teeth whitening is safe, the answer is yes providing it is done by an experienced and fully qualified dentist. Our dental team are all highly-qualified and take pride in being able to offer you the highest quality of teeth whitening available.

Teeth whitening is more effective on teeth that are on the yellow and white spectrum. Teeth that are shades of brown and grey are more difficult to whiten and may require a longer treatment, or stronger whitening agents. 

If you have local discoloration that does not respond very well to whitening, then your dentist may discuss whitening in conjunction with more in-depth procedures, such as micro-abrasion, ICON resin infiltration treatment, composite bonding, crowns or veneers. 

With all types of teeth whitening products, the results will vary from person to person, and depend largely on the original colour of the teeth, the condition of the teeth, the type of staining present and compliance with the teeth whitening regime. 

The most difficult staining to remove is deep, intrinsic staining from factors such as tetracycline use. This type of staining can take many months of whitening to achieve a good result.

In a word….yes!

There are many over the counter methods that will give you the promise of pearly white teeth. Many of these will have little to no effect on the shade of your teeth. Most will simply dehydrate the teeth, and they will appear whiter for a short period of time, before quickly fading back to their original shade. At worst, these treatments can be very damaging to the teeth and gums.

Teeth whitening is an act of dentistry. You wouldn’t do a filling on yourself, so don’t try and whiten your teeth yourself – leave it to the professionals to ensure you achieve the best possible result.