Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is preferably performed by the prescribed personalized home bleaching tray technique using a research-proven bleach product.  10 year prospective studies show no changes to enamel and no damage to the tooth nerve.  Not a single tooth has been documented in the literature to have nerve damage as a result of this type of bleaching.  Whitening with this technique is considered the gold standard, with safety far better over other power whitening/laser whitening options. 

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About Clarence


Clarence is originally from Toronto, Canada, where she completed her Doctor of Dental Surgery and General Practice Residency at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto, respectively. Clarence's practice is mostly limited to cosmetic and restorative dentistry. She is well-published to both the local and international dental press, writing articles, reviewing and developing prototype products and techniques in clinical dentistry. She frequently and continually lectures throughout New Zealand and Australia. Clarence is the Chairperson and Director of the New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. She is an Accreditation Candidate and Sustaining Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and seeks to be the first in New Zealand to gain Accredited Status with them. Clarence is an Opinion Leader for multinational dental companies Henry Schein Shalfoon, 3M ESPE, Kuraray-Morita, GC Australasia, SDI, Coltene-Whaledent, Dentsply/Triodent/Rhondium and Voco. She is a passionate and approachable individual, and is committed to having an interactive approach with patients in all of her cases to maximize predictability.
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Patient testimonials


"Thank you firstly for seeing me yesterday at such short notice and secondly for the undivided attention you gave me while in your surgery, even pushing your other appointments back. I don't know if it is part of the training and culture of dentists in North America generally but you have that ability (maybe it is a gift) to make the patient you are treating feel that she or he is the absolutely focus of their attention. So thank you once again.
And yes, I will be nice to the tooth!"
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