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Laser Tooth Whitening

The initiation of bleaching occurs through the application of laser which emits monochromatic light at a specific wavelength absorbed by the catalyst molecules only, thus accelerating the release of activated bleaching molecules.

Hydrogen peroxide, the most accepted active ingredient for in-office bleaching, does not decompose readily, which is partly why current bleaching procedures require lengthy visits.

The laser wavelength output is synchronised to the proprietary whitening gel, which increases efficiency and minimises the amount of energy required to produce maximum whitening. This results in shortened treatment time and increases effectiveness while eliminating the heating of teeth that can result in post-operative sensitivity.

How do I get laser tooth whitening in Thailand?

X-rays are not necessary for this dental procedure. Your Thailand dentist will most likely suggest a clean and scale before your tooth whitening procedure to ensure the best result.
Tooth whitening is very popular with our clients and often is an add on to a surgical procedure such as breast augmentation. Click here to get a quote. 

It is an easy enough process and takes about an hour. Some people do feel a little sensitive while having this done and others just breeze through it. After the procedure they will advise you to stay away from coloured food and drinks for 2 days. This includes tomato sauce, coffee, tea, beer. Tooth whitening can be achieved in one appointment.

FAQs about Laser Tooth Whitening

Will laser tooth whitening damage my teeth?
No and teeth whitening does not harm your enamel.

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“I have just returned from Phuket where Jacqui arranged myself and my friend dental treatment. From the minute we were picked up from our hotel to the dental treatment everything was very professional.”

Fiona traveled with Medi-Cation and received dental treatment in June 2016.

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*Comparison prices taken from NZ Institute of Plastic Surgery website. Prices from our JCI hospital are based on standard cases. Conversions as of 1st December 2017, rate NZD $1 = 23 THB.