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With this ‘Internal Tooth Whitening’ case we have another example of how a relatively straight forward piece of cosmetic dentistry performed by Mrs Precious has dramatically improved the appearance of one of her patients front teeth.

Before Internal Tooth Whitening…

After Internal Tooth Whitening…

The treatment is particularly suitable where a tooth may have been damaged by trauma and where traditional teeth whitening would not be suitable.

We received the following feedback from the patient…

“Mrs Precious was very helpful throughout and I felt well informed about my treatment. Excellent result from internal whitening!” – Mr A. Beresford.

If you have any concerns about the appearance of your teeth and smile you can book a free cosmetic dentistry consultation at Far Headingley Dental Care with any of our dentists.

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