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JME Dental
Cosmetic & General Dentistry, The Pursuit of Excellence. Specialising in General and Cosmetic Dentistry.
Contact: 091 566 517
Address: Middle Court Dental Clinic, Middle Street, County: Galway

JME Dentists is currently two dental clinics located in Galway, Ireland. We are located in Devon Park Dental Clinic, Lower Salthill, and Middle Court Dental Clinic, Middle Street, Galway.

Our aim is to offer the type of Dentistry that our clients want. With flexible timing, transparent pricing, full explanation of treatments, excellent customer care and after-care service – our goal is to exceed your expectations at every step of your treatment.

We listen to you and your needs, and we are constantly reviewing our processes to ensure that we are at the cutting edge of Dentistry.

We are dedicated to offering top quality Dentistry to all our clients in a professional and relaxed manner. We obtain the highest standards for comprehensive, general and specialised dental treatment and oral procedures to help you improve and maintain good dental health and self-esteem.

At JME Dentists we continue to work hard to lead the dental field and give our patients 100% total satisfaction in every dental service and oral procedure we provide.

Dr. Niall Cronin, B.D.S. N.U.I.

Niall graduated as a Dental Surgeon in 2005 having received his degree from University College Cork. He moved to London where he worked as a General Dental Practitioner in 2005-2006, gaining experience in Oral Surgery and General Dentistry whilst there. During this time he also worked in the Dentaline Emergency Clinic in the provision of emergency dental care. 

From 2006 to 2008 Niall worked in Edinburgh, Scotland, specialising in the provision of both Cosmetic and General Dentistry. While in Edinburgh, he completed courses in Cosmetic Dentistry, various Bleaching Techniques and Rotary Endodontics (Root Canal Treatement).. Niall has worked in General Practice in Galway, having moved here in 2008. Niall joined Devon Park Dental Practice in April 2009.

Dr. Joe Durkan, B.D.S., U.W.C.M.

Joe qualified as a Dental Surgeon from Cardiff Dental School in 2004, completing a specialised option in Sedation and the treatment of nervous patients as part of his final year. He then moved to Scotland where he spent the following twelve months working as a General Dental Practitioner. Whilst there, he gained vast experience in Endodontic (Root Canal) treatment and Oral Surgery and successfully completed his Vocational Training in Edinburgh Institute. In September 2005, Joe returned to Ireland and spent two years working as a General Dental Practitioner in West Galway. After spending a year working in Cardiff, Joe commenced work at Middle Court Dental Practice in May 2008. Joe has completed courses in Clearstep which specialises in early Orthodontic treatment (Braces), Restorative Implants, Endodontics and Breath of Life (Medical Emergency Care).

Joe qualified as a Dental Surgeon from Cardiff Dental School in 2004, completing a specialised option in Sedation and the treatment of nervous patients as part of his final year. He then moved to Scotland where he spent the following twelve months working as a General Dental Practitioner. Whilst there, he gained vast experience in Endodontic (Root Canal) treatment and Oral Surgery and successfully completed his Vocational Training in Edinburgh Institute. In September 2005, Joe returned to Ireland and spent two years working as a General Dental Practitioner in West Galway. After spending a year working in Cardiff, Joe commenced work at Middle Court Dental Practice in May 2008. Joe has completed courses in Clearstep which specialises in early Orthodontic treatment (Braces), Restorative Implants, Endodontics and Breath of Life (Medical Emergency Care).

Dr. Sabina Gronczynska, B.D.S., PH.D.

Sabina qualified as a Dental Surgeon in 2001 from Jagiellonsli University in Cracow, Poland. After a further three years of studying for a post graduate, she completed research on Cancer Therapy with doctorate in 2004 and received a Ph.D. Degree. Sabina is actively involved in many areas of Prosthodontics, Aesthetic Dentistry and Oral Cancer and has published several articles. She has presented numerous lectures on Cancer Therapy both in Germany and Poland. 

Sabina arrived in Ireland in 2005 where she practiced in Mayo and Oranmore for two years before joining Devon Park Dental Practice in June 2007. She has attended numerous continuing educational programmes in Rotary Endodontics (Root Canal Treatment), Crowns, Bridges, Implants and Orthodontic Treatment.

Martha Lynch, HYGIENIST, R.D.H.

Martha graduated from University College Cork in 2008 with Honours. During her time in Cork, she gained experience in the Paediatric Clinic at Cork University Hospital, specialising in Sedation, special needs children and patient communication. Following this she returned to Galway to work in a busy Specialist Private Practice. In January 2009 she completed the Extended Duties for Hygienists – ID Block Course. She has a keen interest in regularly attending Dental/Hygienist seminars to keep abreast of new techniques in the ever changing field of dentistry and has completed CPR courses.

Martha joined JME Dental in August 2009 and is an active member of the Irish Hygienists Association.

Dr. Jason McEvaddy, B.A., B.DENT.SC. HONS.

Jason graduated in 1996 with an Honours Degree from Trinity College, Dublin. He worked in the United Kingdom for a number of years, where he completed many post graduate courses including Restorative, Crown/Bridge work, Cosmetic, Implantology, Tooth Whitening, Orthodontic (Braces) and Surgical Specialities.

He moved back to Galway in 2002 and has been working in General Practice since. Jason has a special interest in Cosmetic/Crown/Bridge and Implant Dentistry. 

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a terrible fear of going to the dentist yet I know I need to. What should I do?

If you fear going to the dentist, you are not alone – many people avoid going to the dentist because of anxiety or fear. The first thing you should do is talk with your dentist. Here at Jme Dental it is our priority to make nervous or anxious patients as comfortable as possible. The key to coping with dental anxiety is to discuss your fears with your dentist. Once your dentist knows what your fears are, he or she will be better able to work with you to determine the best ways to make you less anxious and more comfortable. 

What is an abscess?

An abscess of the tooth is an infection. An abscess can include pus and swelling of the soft gum tissues surrounding the tooth. An abscess can develop from tooth decay or tooth trauma, such as a broken tooth. If there is an opening in the enamel of a tooth, such as a cavity, bacteria can get in and infect the pulp (centre) of the tooth and cause an abscess. Once an abscess happens, the infection could spread throughout the mouth and body. If you suspect that you have an abscessed tooth, you should see your Dentist right away.
 

What is tooth sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity means experiencing pain or discomfort to your teeth from sweets, cold air, hot drinks, cold drinks, ice cream or even when brushing or flossing. Several factors can contribute to tooth sensitivity including cavities, gum disease, a fractured tooth or worn enamel. The good news is that it can be treated. Your Dentist would be happy to discuss options with you.
 

When should I take my child for his/her first dental check-up?

It is a good idea to take your child for routine dental check-ups even when he/she is too young to have teeth. This helps your child get familiar with the people and the surroundings at the dental clinic. The Dentist can quickly count how many teeth have erupted or spot any signs of early decay. Quick check-ups like this help to encourage good cooperation with the Dentist when your child is older. Children usually need dental visits at more regular intervals than adults as milk teeth are smaller and have thinner enamel than permanent teeth so decay can spread very quickly. Reducing sugar in your child’s diet, good brushing techniques and fissure sealants are the best way to prevent tooth decay.
 

What is Fluoride?

Fluoride is a mineral that helps prevent tooth decay. It occurs naturally in most water sources. Studies show that fluoride reduces cavities in people of all ages and is effective and safe when used correctly. The correct use of fluoride has been said to have dramatically reduced tooth decay over the past few decades.
 

What to do if a tooth is accidentally knocked out?

First thing is to find the tooth. Handle the tooth by the Crown, not the root portion. You may rinse the tooth but DO NOT clean or handle the tooth unnecessarily. Inspect the tooth for fractures. If it is sound try to reinsert it in the socket. Have the patient hold it in place by biting down upon some gauze. If you cannot reinsert the tooth, transport the tooth in a cup containing the patient's saliva or milk. The patient must see a Dentist immediately! Time is a critical factor in saving the tooth. 
 

Mouthguards and Sports – Are mouthguards really necessary?

The type of mouthguard you chose to wear could impact the level of protection you will receive when involved in an accident related to contact sports play. 

Custom-fit mouthguards are obtained through your dental practice. Available in as little as one week, the first appointment involves taking an impression of the teeth to be sent to the dental laboratory where the mouthguard will be fabricated. The laminate offers the necessary protection, yet is thin enough to allow for optimum air intake, a critical necessity for players. Custom mouthguards allow for slight adjustments as requested by the players to satisfy their preference. 

Regardless of the type of mouthguard you choose, the quality of the protection is totally related to the quality of the product you are putting in your mouth. Anybody that participates in sports, especially contact sports, should be wearing mouthguards at any age level and even non-contact sports should consider it.
 

My teeth have suddenly become very sensitive to both hot and cold, but my mouth is otherwise healthy. What could cause this?

Receding gum tissue could be the cause of sensitivity. As gum tissue pulls back away from teeth, the root of the tooth becomes exposed. A soft tissue graft would be the recommended treatment. Other treatment suggestions might include using a fluoride mouth rinse or switching to a toothpaste made specifically for sensitive teeth.

Visit your dentist to so that you can be diagnosed and treated properly.
 

How does long-term smoking impact oral health?

For one, smoking increases your risk of oral cancer. Other oral health consequences include delayed healing following tooth extraction and periodontal treatment, increased bone loss within the jaw, bad breath, and tooth discoloration.
 

My dentures don't feel as comfortable as they once did. What should I do?

First, never try to change the shape of your dentures yourself in the hopes of making them fit better. You can cause damage that will make the denture unrepairable. Your gums and the bone supporting them changes shape as you age, so your dentures may begin to feel loose. Because dentures are made to fit perfectly, if you do feel a looseness, chances are your dentures will need to be adjusted to make them fit properly again as your mouth shape changes. See your dentist as soon as possible. In an emergency, use a denture adhesive to keep your dentures stable until your appointment.
 

Can medications that I am taking affect my dental treatment?

Yes, medications can impact your dental health. In fact, each time you visit your dentist, be sure to give him or her complete, up-to-date information about any recent hospitalizations or surgery, recent illnesses and/or any changes in your health since your last visit, and any changes in any medications you may be taking. Regarding medications, be sure to write down and bring with you a list of the names of current drugs you are taking, their dosages, and frequency of use. Include any over-the-counter products you may be using as well as any herbal products and supplements. All of these issues will need to be considered by your dentist in order to devise a safe and effective treatment plan for you.
 

How safe are dental x-rays?

Exposure to all sources of radiation - including the sun, minerals in the soil, appliances in your home, and dental x-rays - can damage the body's tissues and cells and can lead to the development of cancer in some instances. Fortunately, the dose of radiation you are exposed to during the taking of x-rays is extremely small.

Advances in dentistry over the years have lead to the low radiation levels emitted by today's x-rays. Some of the improvements are new digital x-ray machines that limit the radiation beam to the small area being x-rayed, higher speed x-ray films that require shorter exposure time compared with older film speeds to get the same results, and the use of film holders that keep the film in place in the mouth (which prevents the film from slipping and the need for repeat x-rays and additional radiation exposure). Also, the use of lead-lined, full-body aprons protects the body from stray radiation.

Tooth Care

The most important part of tooth care is brushing and flossing properly, along with regular dental check-ups. To prevent cavities and gum disease, you need to remove plaque by brushing at least twice a day.

Always use a soft bristled toothbrush with a toothpaste that contains 
fluoride. Make sure that the toothbrush fits inside of your mouth so that you can easily reach all areas. When brushing, use gentle up and down strokes, brushing all sides of the teeth. Always brush your tongue to remove any bacteria and keep your breath fresh.

You should floss your teeth at least once a day. Flossing in between your
teeth removes food debris and plaque that a toothbrush can't reach.

When flossing, be sure to gently insert the floss in between the teeth, without snapping,
which could damage the gum tissue. Gently move the floss up and down into the spaces 
between the gum and teeth. Floss the sides of all of your teeth, even if there isn't a tooth 
next to another one. There are a number of dental products available that are designed to 
make flossing easier. Please ask your Dentist for more details.

Toothbrush and Toothpaste

We recommend a soft-bristled brush to minimize damage to your teeth and gums.  The minimum time you should spend brushing your teeth is two minutes twice a day.

Adults and children should change their toothbrush every 3 months because they become worn out and are not as effective as they once were. Exceptions to this would be if you were using an electric toothbrush, and the manufacturer states otherwise. Some electric rechargable toothbrushes have very good brush heads that only need to be changed every 6 months. If you have gum disease, you should change your toothbrush every 4 - 6 weeks because bacteria can harbour in the bristles.

Children under 6 should use a child specific toothpaste, children over 6 should use
a pea-sized amount of toothpaste. All children should be supervised while brushing their teeth.

You should always rinse your toothbrush out with hot water after every use
and change it after you have been sick.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants offer a permanent solution to missing teeth. For over thirty years, dental Implants have brought naturally beautiful and confident smiles to patients. A dental Implant is a small Titanium Screw or Cylinder which is surgically placed in the upper or lower jawbone. The Implant replaces the root of the missing tooth, providing an anchor for your new tooth/teeth. When the Implants is fully integrated to the bone, a post is attached to it.

A Crown can be placed over the post to replace the missing tooth. Many patients
choose dental Implants over other procedures, because the result is a natural appearance which is permanent.

All Dental Implants, Bridges, Crowns and Veneers are fully tax deductible.

Bridges

Bridges are units of false teeth that are fixed to the remaining natural teeth to fill a gap. A Bridge may take the place of one or more missing teeth giving excellent aesthetic results with great function. With careful maintenance a well made Bridge can last many years.

All Dental Implants, Bridges, Crowns and Veneers are fully tax deductible.

Crowns

Crowns are caps made to fit over an existing tooth. They are often recommended following a Root Canal Filling to protect the remaining tooth whose strength is often compromised by the extensive decay and infection that may have been present.

All Dental Implants, Bridges, Crowns and Veneers are fully tax deductible.

Veneers

Veneers can immediately straighten crooked teeth. Porcelain Veneers can whiten teeth. Veneers can be used to mask other imperfections on the surface of your teeth. There are three tooth Veneers procedures available that correct discolouration or shape of teeth ie Composite, Porcelain and Lumineer Porcelain Veneers. Your Dentist will advise you of all your options and recommend the best to optimise the end result.

All Dental Implants, Bridges, Crowns and Veneers are fully tax deductible.

Fillings

Fillings are used to fill cavities (holes) that have formed, usually as a result of decay or tooth wear. The decayed and weakened parts of the tooth are removed and the cavity is cleaned out.

We use all types of fillings from basic silver (amalgam) and white (composite) to reinforced porcelain (tooth coloured) and gold. We specialise in 'Mercury-Free Dentisty'. We offer our patients the option of replacing old mercury or gray fillings with porcelain (tooth coloured) fillings.

In some cases, where the filling is very large, the tooth may need a Crown or Cap (which are fully tax deductible). These provide additional support for the tooth and helps prevent fracture. Those available range from gold or silver full metal Crowns to tooth coloured Porcelains.

Fissure Sealants

Fissure Sealants Some children have very deep fissures (crevices) 
in their permanent back teeth, which can be difficult to keep clean. 
These fissures can be sealed with a resin film to protect the surface 
from decay. They are quick and painless to apply and can last for several years.

Root Canal Treatment (Endodontics)

Endodontics is the study and expertise relating to the inside of the tooth. The pulp
(inside of the tooth) is very sensitive and can be subjected to biting/grinding, bacteria
from dental decay or fracture of a tooth structure. These can lead to exposure of the 
very sensitive nerves and blood vessels of the pulp, inflammation, infection and 
abscess formation. All of these will result in varying degrees of pain.

In the early stages of irritation and inflammation the tooth is sensitive to heat
and/or cold and the pulp can be saved by relatively uncomplicated treatment.

Once severe inflammation or infection sets in the only treatment is to remove the 
diseased tissue with small delicate files, at the same time cleaning and shaping 
the root canal system, flushing out the debris and applying specialised medicaments
to kill the bacteria. After this the canal must be completely sealed to prevent recurrence
of bacterial invasion. It is important that the tooth is restored with a Filling, Onlay or 
Crown as soon as possible after completion of the root treatment. Leaving the infection 
will cause a lot of pain and could be dangerous when it spreads beyond the local tissues.

All Root Canal Treatments are fully tax deductible.

Replacing Missing Teeth (Prosthodontics)

This can range from simple plastic or metal dentures (false teeth) which need to be removed at night to more permanent ‘fixed’ alternatives such as Bridges or Dental Implants.

Dentures remain a cost effective method of replacing missing teeth by providing the patient with a removable appliance. Dentures can provide patients with reliable biting and chewing function and acceptable appearance.

The main disadvantages with dentures are that they are sometimes difficult to tolerate and are subject to slippage during speech and normal movement of the mouth. The bone in the jaw surrounding the missing tooth/teeth continues to recede and this can lead to a gradual collapse of the lower profile of the face.

Preventative Treatment

We recommend regular six monthly check-ups to maintain dental health. We also provide Fluoride Treatments and Fissure Sealants to help prevent decay and treat early decay more conservatively.

Taking care of your teeth can eliminate the need for any major treatment or dental complications in the future. Regular dental check-ups can identify any problems or early warning signs of gum disease, cavities or impacted wisdom teeth.

Despite regular brushing, flossing and using a recommended mouthwash, plaque still accumulates in hard to reach places. Hardened plaque becomes tartar, which can cause the gums to separate from the teeth and develop bacteria-filled pockets. 
Because accumulated tartar can ultimately result in tooth loss, a Dentist or Hygienist 
must remove it before permanent damage is made.

Periodontal Treatment

Your periodontal tissues are basically your gums! These are important to your overall dental health as they support your teeth. Over 80% of most adults have some form of gum disease (Periodontitis) and/or mouth odour, a problem that can be reduced with regular visits to our Dentists and Hygienists.

Many people are unaware that they have gum disease as there are very few symptoms until the infection is fairly advanced. Things to look out for are bleeding gums, sensitive gums, bad breath and receding gums, which are all early indications of gum disease.

There are many types of gum disease and they can affect both young and old. Heredity does play a part in gum disease so if a family member has it then a thorough examination 
is advisable. Lifestyle impacts severely on gum disease so a good nutritious diet and 
avoiding smoking is vital.

Gum disease can be prevented with good oral hygiene and regular visits to our Hygienist. Early stages are treated with simple scaling and oral hygiene instruction, which can be carried out in conjunction with six monthly check-ups.

Later stages are treated with Root Debridement (deep cleaning) and local anaesthetic is usually given. The treatment is carried out by our fully qualified and experienced Hygienists. They will clean and polish your teeth, advise you on how to care for your teeth and gums on a routine daily basis. The Hygienist can also administer Fluoride, Fissure Seal teeth, and give local anaesthetic if required. They also provide dietary and anti-smoking advice, all of which are part of our programme of prevention.

Advanced gum disease is treated with more complex surgical procedures.

At JMEDental, we continue working hard to keep leading the dental field and give our patients
100% Total Satisfaction in every dental service and oral procedure we provide.

We welcome all new patients – Private, PRSI (Social Welfare) and Medical Card.

Please contact us at:

Middle Street 
Middle Court Dental Clinic, 
Middle Street,
Galway. Galway.

Tel: 091 566 517 Email: info@jmedental.com Fax: 091 566 517

Or

Devon Park Dental Clinic,
Devon Park House, Lower Salthill,
Galway City

Tel: 091 520 222 Email: devonparkdental@hotmail.com Fax: 091 529 523

Monday – Friday 8:30am to 8:30pm Monday – Friday 8:30am to 8:30pm & Sat Morning

Dental Examination:
Check-up   €30.00
X-rays, if required: 2 x small (Bite-Wings) €25.00
Each Additional Small x-ray €10.00
OPG (large full mouth) x-ray €50.00
 

SPECIAL OFFER: Full Check-Up, 2 x Small x-rays, Scale & Polish. €85.00

Periodontal Treatment:
Full Mouth Scale & Polish   €70.00
Deep Scale/Root Plane (per session)   €90.00

Fillings:
Composite (white) or Amalgam (silver) depending upon size & complexity Prices from €65.00

Extractions:
Simple Extraction   €75.00
Surgical Extraction (Prices from) €110.00
Impacted Wisdom Tooth (Prices from) €300.00

Root Canal Therapy:
Single Canal (Prices from) €400.00
Double Canal (Prices from) €515.00
Multi-Canal (Prices from) €615.00

Onlays:
Direct Composite Onlays   €225.00
Indirect Onlays (Prices from) €425.00

Crowns:
Composite Crown (Prices from) €400.00
Full Gold Crowns (Prices from) €650.00
Bonded Crowns (Prices from) €650.00
All Ceramic Crowns (Prices from) €750.00

Bridges:
Per Unit (Prices from) €650.00

Veneers:
Per Unit (Prices from) €650.00

Implant Therapy:
Single Implant Crown (Prices from) €2200.00
Please Note: 
Discount available for muli-unit work to include Crowns, Veneers, Bridges & Implants.

Dentures:
Arcylic-based Dentures (Prices per base from) €250.00 to €900.00
Metal-based Dentures (Prices per base from) €650.00 to €900.00
Same Day Emergency Denture Repair Service (Prices per base from) €95.00

Orthodontic:
Clearstep Orthodontic System (Prices per base from) €1250.00

Tooth Whitening:
Deluxe Home Whitening, Includes free top-up whitening kit at future Hygienist appointments €399.00
In-House Laser Whitening (carried out by Dentist with full Local Anaesthetic, if requested)
€399.00
New Classic Whitening €250.00

*** Includes a free Scale & Polish prior to Whitening with Dentist ***

* SPECIAL RATE FOR UNDER 18’S & STUDENTS AVAILABLE * 20% DISCOUNT FOR PRSI PATIENTS*

Extractions

In some cases it is not possible to save a tooth and an extraction is required. Severe damage to the gums may necessitate an extraction. As the gum disease gets worse, the tooth loses the support of the surrounding bone and becomes loose. The gums can no longer hold it in place.

Teeth may need to be extracted for orthodontic reasons to create space to line up teeth properly. When teeth are very short of space or over crowded it can be necessary to recommend the removal of one or more teeth to allow the others to fit in.

We also treat troublesome wisdom teeth, as well as impacted/buried teeth and roots. 
Many general dental practitioners refer patients to a Specialist for these procedures as wisdom teeth that are impacted can often lie close to vital facial nerves. They are carried
out under local anaesthetic.

All Surgical Extractions are fully tax deductible.

Braces (Orthodontic Treatment)

These are available for correcting ‘crooked smiles’! Both children and adults can avail of this treatment which is becoming evermore discrete (especially with the use of coloured brackets and wires). Reshaping of crooked or spaced teeth is also possible by strategically placed fillings and adjustments. We may also place Veneers. Usually, treatments will involve a combination of the above.

We also specialise in Invisible Orthodontics … for a better you! Do you love your smile? – Now thanks to The Clearstep System you can have the smile of your dreams and no one will ever know you are in treatment. It is the perfect solution to achieving a beautiful smile invisibly. These clear “positioners” or trays that are worn over a period of time, are excellent at straightening out overlapping, crooked or ‘gappy’ teeth as well as for those whose teeth may have shifted having previously worn braces.

The positioners are wafer thin and are made of a transparent medical grade plastic. They are designed so that you wear each positioner for approximately two weeks. Little by little they gently move your teeth from their present to your desired position. They are very comfortable, 
do not impact on your speech but more importantly they are removable so you can continue to
enjoy a full range of your favourite foods and most importantly for brushing and flossing. The 
duration of treatment depends on the severity of your case, as that determines the number of 
aligners you need to correct your teeth. The average length of treatment is 12 months, but only 
your Dentist can determine the length of your treatment.

All Orthodontic Treatments are fully tax deductible.

Home Whitening

This treatment takes approximately seven to ten days, depending on the shade you require. It
involves wearing custom made trays which carry the whitening agent. The length of time they 
are worn daily varies from thirty minutes to overnight. Typically, one would expect up to seven
shades whiter. Most people are suitable for this treatment, however, you should speak to your
Dentist and discuss all options.

Teeth whitening has become extremely popular over the last several years. It is a great way to 
improve your appearance, it is reasonably priced, non-surgical and non-invasive.

Teeth whitening kits from the Dentist produce faster and more effective results because they
contain a stronger peroxide-bleaching agent than whitening kits purchased over the counter.
Another benefit of trays and gels from the Dentist is that the trays are custom made and fit your 
teeth exactly. Over-the-counter trays are generic sized and could allow the bleaching agent to 
come into contact with your gums, causing irritation.

Laser Whitening

You are just an hour away from your brightest, whitest smile ever. Our whitening system is a scientifically advanced tooth whitening procedure which is safe, effective and fast.

Your gums and lips will be protected from the bleaching agent to reduce the risk of 
sensitivity following the procedure. Any sensitivity that does occur usually disappears within 24 hours.

The bleaching agent is applied to each tooth and then exposed to an ultra-violet light which activates the bleaching process. This part of the process is repeated several times to achieve the ultimate result in whitening.

You should consider tooth whitening before you have any dental restoration work so that
the colour of Crowns and Veneers that are visible when you smile can be matched to your
natural tooth colour after bleaching.

The treatment is suitable for most people and is particularly successful in removing 
unsightly stains left by smoking, coffee and certain foods. The results will vary for each
individual depending on the natural shading of your teeth and the level of discolouration 
and staining present prior to the procedure.

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