how much does teeth whitening cost

How Much does Teeth Whitening Cost in London?

If you are interested in improving the appearance of your teeth but must first ask “how much does teeth whitening cost in London?” then you have come to the right place.


First off it is important to understand that as with all things, you get what you pay for. The cost of treatments are based upon a number of factors which include the service provided, who the treatment is being carried out by, the equipment used and the aftercare service. These factors not only impact the price but also the quality of service. When it comes to something as personal and crucial as your dental health, it is unwise to cut corners.


Harley Teeth Whitening prides itself on the highest quality and safest standards possible. You can find out our prices on the cost page. The service is around £199 and is preceded by a free consultation with no obligation to continue. Treatments are usually carried out on the same day as your free consultation for your convenience, but that is up to you.


We use state of the art, modern teeth whitening equipment at our dental clinic so we can guarantee both safety and great, long lasting results. All treatments are carried out at our specially designed and immaculately presented facility based in the heart of central London. You can check out the clinic itself at a free consultation today, just get in touch with the button at the top of this page.


Free Consultation

Laser teeth whitening in London costs £199 at our clinic but you also get a free consultation at Harley Teeth Whitening. If you wish to proceed then you will benefit from pain free, instant results or if you just want the consultation then you pay nothing. The treatments themselves take only about 60 minutes and can immediately follow the consultation so your teeth could be looking shiny and white within an hour.


Avoid The Cheap Option

Laser teeth whitening is obviously more costly than simply buying whitening tooth paste. But these whitening tooth pastes contain abrasive particles which can wear tooth enamel down. The abrasive bits remove layers of stain particles from the teeth making them whiter, but may also damage your teeth in the process. Some kinds of whitening tooth pastes are far less abrasive but are therefore less likely to actually whiten your teeth. Although cheaper than other options, it is clear that you will not easily achieve noticeable results with these kinds of toothpaste.


Laser teeth whitening costs more but provides instant results and does not damage your teeth.