What Is The Best Whitening Solution?

Some of our patients come to us wondering why their teeth are not as white anymore, or have turned yellowish even if they don’t smoke or consume coffee or tea heavily. This is because when enamel wears away through chewing and exposure to acids from food and drink, teeth eventually turn yellow. Most teeth turn yellow as their enamel thins with age, but when combined with a long-lasting food stain, they take on a greyish hue.

There are many teeth whitening methods, such as whitening toothpastes,  over-the-counter whitening strips and gels, whitening mouth rinses, tray-based teeth whitening solutions and of course, professionally administered whitening treatment at the dentist. The quickest approach to whiten teeth is professional whitening. The whitening product is applied directly to the teeth during the bleaching process. A few sessions may be required to notice results.

We offer two of the safest and most effective teeth whitening solutions that are used by dentists worldwide.


BlancOne’s premium whitening products are made in Italy and cater to a variety of demands and tastes. Our dentists will provide in-clinic treatments as well as home kits if you choose to supplement your in-clinic treatment for the best outcomes. In as little as 10 minutes, you can obtain your desired whitening effect, which lasts on average for a year. The cost of BlancOne whitening procedures ranges from RM1,500 to RM2,000.

Zoom by Philips

Philips Zoom whitening solutions are available in-clinic or as a take-home treatment, similar to BlancOne. The in-clinic treatment can whiten your teeth up to 8 shades whiter in 45 minutes, and the home whitening option will whiten your teeth gradually over 7 days. Both choices include a post-treatment gel to protect delicate skin. Both treatments include a post-treatment gel to protect sensitive teeth. The whitening treatments from Philips Zoom normally last three months and cost between RM400 and RM500.

When you come for a consultation, our dentist will look for cavities and assess the condition of your gums. It is safer for your mouth to treat any concerns before you whiten. The dentist will then go through your options, as well as aftercare tips to ensure that your teeth remain white for the longest time possible.

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