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£50.00 instead of £500 for a teeth whitening treatment including trays, consultation with a cosmetic dentist, oral health check at the Award Winning Kissdental Practice - Groupon (Manchester area)

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£50 for teeth whitening by a professional is a fab price! The procedure involves taking a mould of your teeth, which is then used to manufacture special patented whitening trays at the Enlighten S… Read More
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[mod] 6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
£50 for teeth whitening by a professional is a fab price!

The procedure involves taking a mould of your teeth, which is then used to manufacture special patented whitening trays at the Enlighten Smiles Laboratory. Approximately 10 days later you will be given your whitening trays along with a 14 day supply of whitening gel. You will wear the trays with the gel every night for two weeks. Following this you will re-visit the practice for an in-surgery power whitening session, for that one last step to whitened perfection.


* Highly professional, super modern practice with all the latest state of the art machines
* Fabulous results and full dental check-up and full consultation
* The experienced cosmetic dentists will make you feel at ease in their capable hands
* Winner of the Private Dentistry Award 2007

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* 1 voucher per person, may buy multiple as gifts
* Voucher valid for 6 months, Monday to Saturday
* Advance booking essential
* Not valid with other offers
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#1
Anyone had this done and can you recommend?
banned#2
HOT deal. bargain, I need whiter Teeth, but not like Simon Cowell White ahhhhh..
#3
Yeah Also interested.....
#4
What a coincidence, just researching this after receiving the offer myself, got the web pages open right now! Not finished reading yet so still considering but the surgery seems highly rated.
#5
Covert Recon
What a coincidence, just researching this after receiving the offer myself, got the web pages open right now! Not finished reading yet so still considering but the surgery seems highly rated.


Can you report back when you have completed ur research please? Save us a job! Thanx!! :)
#6
Cold for me, It was £24 few days back on mycitydeals
#7
Crosbee;8952683
Can you report back when you have completed ur research please? Save us a job! Thanx!! :)

LOL!! Like it!!!

:-D

It does sound very good...... But my pearly whites, are just fine and dandy! :thinking:
banned#8
Rebel1
Cold for me, It was £24 few days back on mycitydeals


Yeh, but still its cheap at this!!! its not a cold deal come on where now can you have this done for this price?

i think you'll find nowhere. :w00t:
#9
you can buy kits from ebay £10 each which have moulds each gives two week of daily use.
You place the moulds in hot water for a few seconds then cool slightly then place each in your mouth a bite down this creates a perfect mould of your teeth, you then place the gel in each mould and leave them in for 5-10 mins.

You have to be careful though as some people with sensitive teeth will experience even more sensitivity using teeth whiteners
#10
Seems like a good deal.
#11
Great deal.

I'm guessing that the voucher can be used in any of their clinics? Will be going to the city centre one if so.
#12
harvez


You have to be careful though as some people with sensitive teeth will experience even more sensitivity using teeth whiteners


Tell me about it. Last year I spent £300 on this treatment for my missus after she pestered about it. She tried it once, said it hurt and gave up. The stuff has been sat in the fridge for a year. Money spunked.
#13
can do this yourself for a lot cheaper:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqjPKja8VTk
#14
You can get these kits on ebay for dirt cheap, and honestly it's the exact same stuff that dentists use.

I know a couple of people that have used them and they work extremely well.
#15
Its a shame its in manchester.
#16
Full price £500? That is complete rubbish. This is the tray system where you basically do the work yourself - you can get laser whitening for around £250, so it is very misleading to say this treatment is worth £500.
#17
Would it work on this set of gnashers ?

http://www.babble.com/CS/blogs/strollerderby/2008/01/23-End/bad-teeth.jpg

(apologies if you are eating your lunch at your PC)
#18
mekon
Would it work on this set of gnashers ?

http://www.babble.com/CS/blogs/strollerderby/2008/01/23-End/bad-teeth.jpg

(apologies if you are eating your lunch at your PC)


OMG!
#19
Are those eBay sets any good? I've been thinking about trying one but don't want to waste my money/burn my gums off.
#20
Is it worth to go from London to Manchester to do this? I need whitening
#21
Voted cold.
You can buy a pot of Tipp-Ex for £2.00 instead.

Errr, I might be missing the point... ;-)
#22
Heed20
Are those eBay sets any good? I've been thinking about trying one but don't want to waste my money/burn my gums off.


Don't know how good they are but available for under a fiver :thumbsup:

Item no: 200386794394
#23
Found this deal for those who live in London or near it (like me)and want something similar, this is on groupola.

£39 for £170 worth of diamond white teeth cleaning plus 30 minutes of relax and massage in a spa pod room with Covent Garden Dental Spa
State of the art dental spa
Located in the heart of London
Tranquil Surrounding helping you relax before and after you appointment
De stress session in relax and massage room
#24
Got that to give it a go. If it's terrible then it's only £4.60 wasted.
#25
I have just paid £200 as a special offer in stead of £300 at my local dentist.
Very very disappointment with it, to me they seem no different, just a slight improvement but nothing that anyone would actually notice.

My best mate did the same treatment and hers have come up lovely.

I am very disappointed. (still considering wheather to try the cheap stuff off the net now i have the molds ready made.
#26
I'd rather have some dental professionals advise me and monitor the progress than go DIY with this.
#27
what happens to your bottom teeth? they just stay rubbish lol, btw this is basically £50 to get a kit that you can pick up from amazon for £15-20
#28
Heed20
Got that to give it a go. If it's terrible then it's only £4.60 wasted.


Plus the cost and pain of remedial work if it damages your teeth or gums....

:thinking:
#29
Anyone know of a similar service in Bristol/Bath?
#30
I personally wouldnt stick anythng in my mouth that cost a tenner on ebay
1 Like #31
tfeb
I personally wouldnt stick anythng in my mouth that cost a tenner on ebay


Me neither, my kit was £4.60 :p
#32
Difference between DIY kits and going to the dentist is that you get proper moulding that fit your teeth perfect from the dentist where as self moulded are not going to be as good, same with things like Gum Shields for rugby etc.
1 Like #33
This is a hot deal and if uare in the area i suggest you snap it up. Enlighten( not from Amazon i m afraid????) is the market leader in home tooth whitening, the trays used are a special seal tray so saliva cant get in and reduce the efficiancy of the gel like normal systems do. Normal average cost for enlighten is about £400-500 so this is a steal. I personally would not go anywhere near any product off ebay and the telly. The active ingredient in this product is Carbamide Peroxide(10-30 %) or Hydrogen peroxide whic legally cant be over 10%..these products are regulated by the Medical organisations of the government. How do i know all this? It's my job!
#34
bobdylan
Don't know how good they are but available for under a fiver :thumbsup:

Item no: 200386794394


HotPak
This is a hot deal and if uare in the area i suggest you snap it up. Enlighten( not from Amazon i m afraid????) is the market leader in home tooth whitening, the trays used are a special seal tray so saliva cant get in and reduce the efficiancy of the gel like normal systems do. Normal average cost for enlighten is about £400-500 so this is a steal. I personally would not go anywhere near any product off ebay and the telly. The active ingredient in this product is Carbamide Peroxide(10-30 %) or Hydrogen peroxide whic legally cant be over 10%..these products are regulated by the Medical organisations of the government. How do i know all this? It's my job!


Thanks for the advice, v useful :thumbsup:

So although these eBay ones say they use Carbamide they are not any good??
#35
ZedEx
Difference between DIY kits and going to the dentist is that you get proper moulding that fit your teeth perfect from the dentist where as self moulded are not going to be as good, same with things like Gum Shields for rugby etc.


you say that but ive had a dentist gum shield and i personally didnt like it, was too big in my mouth, i like small self moulds, and lets face it the purpose is to retain the gel which either implement will do fine

on a whim ive order crest whitening strips after a bit of research, use for a couple of weeks every six months, you just tear them off stick em on for half an hour a pop, bit of a long time but they seem nice and unobtrusive, btw sum reviews were saying you wanna watch the high peroxide kits like 36% better off around 20% but hey more peroxide the whiter theyll be..:-D
#36
The ones on ebay are not the same.

The gel material used is different and the moulds aren't custom made to fit your toothline properly - meaning they can attack the gums causing damage and sensitivity
#37
I have tried ebay ones and then paid for the dentist at £250, that was the best thing I bought last year, everyone noticed. They are very small clear gumsheilds that the dentist mould and you can't tell you have them in really. The ebay ones- dip in hot water and mould were same as karate ones I used years ago and you would have to use loads of gel to get it to touch your teeth, waste of money. It is the moulds that you really want, to buy another syringe from the dentist which I buy from time to time to brighten teeth up are £12 each and they last a few times if frugal. I sleep overnight with the trays in maybe every few months, the next day they are slightly sensitive some people are not and some are so sore they can't bear it. You just have to try for yourself.:thumbsup:
#38
Good deal for what it is, though it's really worth reading the moneysavingexpert forums on teeth whitening options, with some input there from dentists too.

Like others, want my teeth whiter, but don't want to spend a fortune. The fastest cheapest results so far -
dipped some extra baking powder on my toothpaste and rinsed with hydrogen peroxide from boots - less than £2. Over a couple of weeks you'll notice a difference!!

Still considering my next steps - laser or a bleaching like this kit.
#39
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I have just spoken to Kissdental at Manchester who confirm this deal is kosher. HOWEVER: what you get is:

1) Consulatation
2) Impressions and trays
3) Two weeks supply of whitening gel
4) NOTE: there is no final 'laser treatment' or follow up appt.

I think it is important to note the final point. This is still a good deal but nowhere near as good as the original deal implies and should be changed accordingly

Cheers :thumbsup:
#40
Good deal voted hot. :thumbsup:

On the other hand I bought an oral b electric toothbrush last year and it has made my teeth noticeably cleaner and whiter. I'd definitely recommend getting one before trying this.

I know next to nothing about this kind of procedure but does this actually clean the teeth or just cover the plaque up?

Most people's healthy teeth are slightly off-white anyway so I don't get why anyone would want unnaturally bright white teeth haha. :?

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