Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is an affordable, safe, and predictable treatment option to really enhance your smile!

Teeth Whitening Treatment in Dundrum, Dublin

Teeth whitening is a safe and effective way to freshen up a smile. We provide custom-made teeth whitening trays at Glenville Dental. This type of whitening treatment is regarded as the safest, and longest lasting, without causing any damage to the enamel or teeth.

What Results Can I Expect?

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This young lady attended us as a new patient recently looking to brighten up her smile. After gentle ultrasonic cleaning and polishing, followed by our safe and predictable tray whitening system, her smile was transformed. Another happy patient!

Why Choose Our Teeth Whitening Dentists?

Professional teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedures we perform at Glenville Dental. This is because teeth whitening is a very effective way of improving the appearance of your teeth. 

Done professionally, it will lighten the natural colour of your teeth, and remove any stains without damaging the existing tooth surface. Teeth whitening treatments will help bring out the best in your smile, and give you the perfect white smile you have always dreamed of.

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Dental Surgeons

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Dr. Daryll Moroney

What Our Patients Say

Benefits of Teeth Whitening in Dundrum, Dublin

The most obvious advantage of teeth whitening is a brighter, more attractive smile. 

  • Removal of unsightly stains.
  • Safe and reliable.
  • A brighter, whiter smile.
  • Improved self confidence.
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Professional Teeth Whitening

Professional teeth whitening at Glenville Dental has many advantages over other types of whitening methods, such as at home-whitening products. Treatment is performed in the safest and most effective way.

Does Teeth Whitening Hurt?

Some patients may find that their teeth become sensitive during or after the whitening treatment. This is only temporary and disappears!

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Teeth Whitening Before and After Photos

Something as simple as whitening your teeth can have a huge impact on your overall appearance. Not only will it remove those annoying stains and discolouration, it will help to lighten and brighten your smile.  Have a look at our teeth whitening before and after photos to see the results. 

How Long Will These Results Last?

Various factors can influence the results that can be achieved with teeth whitening treatment. It is important to note that teeth become more yellow as part of the natural ageing process. Teeth may also get stained by the food and drinks we consume on a daily basis, so even if you whiten your teeth to the perfect shade, unfortunately it won’t last forever. Most results last from 6 months up to 2 years, depending on how easily your teeth stain, your lifestyle choices and your diet.

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Our Location

5, Pembroke Cottages, Main Street, Dundrum, D14 VK85
Phone: 01 298 1133

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Great News!

Glenville Dental has reopened from the 3rd June!

Patient safety has always been our priority at Glenville Dental. We already employ the highest level of hygiene & decontamination procedures.

When attending please bear in mind the additional safety procedures we need to employ in relation to Covid-19.

These include-
1. Please do not attend the practice if you have or could have covid-19. We will be asking you some health screening questions before booking an appointment.

2. Please attend on your own if possible, and please do not arrive too early for your appointment. There will be limited waiting room facilities, please call 2981133, or use the intercom when you arrive.

3. We will ask you to hand sanitise, and we will also conduct a non-contact temperature check when you arrive.

4. We will be wearing additional PPE during your appointment, and there will also be increased time between appointments to allow for disinfection etc.

5. There will be no bathroom facilities available at the surgery.

6. If you need any claim forms completed, e.g. VHI/Laya, please bring these to your appointment, and the dentist will sign these prior to you leaving.

Check out our Facebook or Instagram pages for additional updates and we look forward to seeing you soon!

All the team at Glenville Dental