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In order to minimise health risks to our patients and staff, we are currently cancelling any routine check-ups. We are still open for emergency appointments such as pain, swelling, bleeding or abscesses. For other problems such as broken teeth, lost fillings & lost crowns with no pain, please contact us; at the moment as treatment is still quite limited we will be able to offer an assessment of the problem and plan for future treatment.

In the case that you experience any of the above, please email us at info@banburydentalsurgery.co.uk, with your name, date of birth and contact number. If calling the practice on 01295 273112, please call between 9am- 5pm Monday - Friday, or leave us a message. Somebody will be in contact with you to assess and arrange an appointment.

Due to the corona virus outbreak we are requesting that all patients that have recently experienced a new persistent cough or have a current temperature (of 37.8 degrees centigrade or higher), to NOT attend the practice.

All patients being booked in will be required to answer covid-19 screening questions before their appointment, as well as upon arrival to the practice. Payment for all appointments and treatment we request is done by card and contactless payment where possible.


TEETH WHITENING

 Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments and a great way of improving your smile before a big event such as a wedding or party. 


WHAT IS TEETH WHITENING?

Teeth whitening is a highly simple and effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface. It works with your existing colouring to give you a natural bright, white smile. Many patients notice that they feel years younger after having erased the effects of aging, diet and smoking through teeth whitening at Banbury Dental Surgery.

There are many reasons why you might consider tooth whitening; ageing, discolorations from the natural build up of organic pigments over time, trauma to the teeth, coffee, tea, smoking or extended use of medications during the development of the teeth could have left you with an undesirable stain.


HOW IS TEETH WHITENING DONE?

The dentist checks the shade of the teeth at the start of treatment and discusses how light you would like your teeth to be. An impression is taken of the teeth, from this the laboratory makes a thin vinyl tray, like a gum shield that fits to your teeth.

The whitening process is carried out using a special bleaching gel (Carbamide Peroxide) which is put in the thin vinyl trays and sits on top of the teeth. Whitening can take up to 14 days depending on how light you want your teeth to look. The dentist will then review your progress to ensure you are satisfied with the result.

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