Last fact-checked: 7 March 2020
Looking at affordable teeth whitening in Bali? Dental Departures can help you find a quality-checked dentist to help get your dazzling smile back!
If you’re on holiday in Bali it’s certainly worth giving your smile a makeover with laser teeth whitening at a dental office. Not only is the treatment over in a few hours, but the results are immediate - and you’ll save at least 50% on the prices you’d pay at home.
Teeth whitening treatment restores the color and removes the dirt and debris from your teeth. There are various ways to whiten the teeth: toothpaste, whitening rinses, strips, gels and other over-the-counter (OTC) products.
The safest and most effective way to brighten your smile is laser teeth whitening. The procedure is safe because your dentist will examine and evaluate your oral health and review your medical records before the treatment. He’ll cover your gums and oral cavities before the treatment to protect them from the effects of the solution. It’s an extra protective measure you won’t get when you purchase OTC products. In-office whitening is effective because you’ll see the results right after the treatment.
Take note that there are two types of stains: extrinsic and intrinsic. Extrinsic stains are caused by tobacco use, exposure to dark-colored drinks and food and routine wear tear. The stains can be removed by brushing, professional teeth cleaning, and teeth whitening. On the other hand, intrinsic stains are caused by trauma, aging, and exposure to minerals like tetracycline. It’s quite hard to remove stubborn stains like this.
Consult the dentist to find out if you’re a good candidate for the treatment. After you have been assessed your dentist will recommend the best treatment for you. Teeth whitening is not recommended for:
• Children below 16 years old
• Pregnant and lactating women
• People with sensitive teeth and allergies
Teeth Whitening treatment in Bali costs around USD $417.16 (CAD $527.18; AUD $538.20; NZD $605.65; UK £289.26). It’s affordable!
The best clinics in Bali are clean, modern and equipped with the latest technologies. Dental Departures takes the time to do background checks on our clinics and dentists before we list them on our site. We check dentist qualifications, professional memberships and patient testimonials, as well as doing onsite visits. If we’re happy, you’ll see them on our site.
Feel free to browse our website. Check our before-and-after clinic photos, read dentist profiles and get exclusive discounts. If you have any questions, feel free to call, email, or use our online chat. Our Customer Service will assist you and book an appointment with a dentist in Bali, Indonesia for your teeth whitening. Or you can schedule your appointment online any time of the day or night with our convenient booking app. There is never a charge, and you can change or cancel your appointment at any time.
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