Teeth whitening Clinic Singapore

We offer a comprehensive in-clinic teeth-whitening package with transparent pricing.

Comprehensive In-Clinic Teeth Whitening

In-clinic teeth whitening treatment can help you get rid of stains effectively and whiten your teeth for a naturally brighter smile. This is a comprehensive teeth whitening solution offered by our dental clinic, and our expert dentists will follow the most powerful and effective teeth whitening procedures to achieve the desired results.

  • Consultation
  • Comprehensive gel treatment with LED whitening lamp
  • Immediate Results
  • Duration: 90 min

Comprehensive In-Clinic
Teeth Whitening

$999(w/o GST)

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What is Included in In-Clinic Teeth Whitening Treatment ?

Our comprehensive in-clinic teeth whitening treatment includes a consultation and a comprehensive gel treatment with an LED whitening lamp. The total duration of the treatment is 90 minutes. A dental clinic whitening procedure is performed to remove internal and external stains formed in the enamel with teeth whitening gel.

Consultation: Prior to any treatment, a thorough examination and diagnosis will be performed at the clinic.

Teeth Whitening: Comprehensive gel treatment with LED whitening lamp.

Teeth Whitening In-Clinic Treatments:
Frequently Asked Questions

Teeth whitening is a simple cosmetic procedure, but only if done correctly. This means using the right amount and proper whitening agents, and also using them without harming your teeth. Teeth whitening is not a one-off journey. You will need to adhere to instructions to maintain the color. That is why dental teeth whitening is a more effective option than home teeth whitening.

Here are some of the reasons why dental teeth whitening is more effective than home teeth whitening:

  • Dental teeth whitening uses stronger whitening agents. The whitening agents used in dental teeth whitening are more concentrated than those used in home teeth whitening kits. This means that they can remove more stains and achieve a whiter smile.
  • Dental teeth whitening is done by a professional. A dentist will be able to assess your teeth and gums to make sure that you are a good candidate for teeth whitening. They will also be able to apply the whitening agents correctly and safely.
  • Dental teeth whitening is faster. A dental teeth whitening treatment can be completed in one or two visits. Home teeth whitening kits, on the other hand, can take several weeks to see results.

There are many teeth-whitening toothpastes, teeth-whitening strips, and kits available to purchase over-the-counter. These products can be considered relatively safe as they contain lower concentrations of whitening agents, but the outcome may be limited.

In a teeth whitening clinic, the dentist-prescribed treatment plan will always give better results. This is because the treatment can be customized to individual requirements and damages to teeth and gums can be avoided with expert handling.

Yes, it is possible. In in-clinic teeth whitening, dentists can customise the level of bleaching agent required within safe levels. This will penetrate deep into the enamel and remove years of stains. In fact, these solutions have been known to brighten teeth by as many as six to seven shades!

Yes, it is part of the treatment procedure. Laser teeth whitening effectively reduces discoloration and gives your teeth a whiter look. Once the whitening gel is applied, a laser is directed onto the teeth. The laser heats the gel, which breaks down the stains. In more scientific terms, the laser activates the whitening properties of the gel and alters stain molecules on the teeth.

We all want a smile with a shine, but the common question is, will it harm my teeth? Current research shows no changes to the tooth surface or tooth structure with the use of 10% bleaching gel. Our experienced and professional dentists will always assess your condition before beginning any treatment, so you can be sure that you are in good hands.

Toothpaste containing potassium nitrate or a prescription level of fluoride can help seal the microscopic tubules (dentin pores) to prevent nerve irritation and sensitivity. There are also professional products available that your dentist can apply to the affected area.

Yes, it is okay to swallow saliva during teeth whitening. Even if you do swallow some teeth whitening gel, it is most likely not enough to harm your body. Additionally, a suction device will be used to remove excess saliva during the in-clinic teeth whitening procedure for your comfort.

It is important to have realistic expectations before and after teeth whitening. Generally, immediately after teeth whitening, the color will fade very slightly. This may remain stable for approximately 2 years, sometimes longer. However, several factors, such as your diet and habits (e.g., smoking), can cause staining to occur again. We recommend that patients get touch-ups every 3-6 months to maintain the desired shade.

Benefits & Side Effects

Benefits of In-Clinic Teeth whitening

Deeper Whitening

Professional teeth whitening can yield whiter, more even results than over-the-counter products. This is because professional whitening procedures use stronger concentrations of whitening agents and are supervised by a dentist, who can ensure that the treatment is safe and effective.


Professional teeth whitening typically takes about an hour. The results are consistent and long-lasting, as long as you maintain your oral health by brushing and flossing regularly.


Professional teeth whitening can be customized to your individual needs. Your dentist can adjust the concentration of the whitening agent and the length of the treatment to achieve the desired results.


A whiter smile is more attractive and can make a good first impression. Professional teeth whitening can help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.

Most common side effects of teeth whitening

Sensitive teeth may cause discomfort

If you have sensitive teeth or pain when eating or drinking, the bleaching solution may cause discomfort. Tell your dentist about your sensitivity so they can recommend products like special toothpaste to reduce this risk and increase comfort during your procedure.

Increased heat and cold sensitivity

This is common after teeth whitening. Using sensitive teeth toothpaste can help alleviate this.

Tingling may occur

You may feel a slight electric shock in your newly whitened teeth. During your follow-up appointment, tell your dentist where and when these tingling sensations occur.

Inflamed teeth

If your teeth have cracks or breaks, bleaching and whitening may inflame the pulp.

These adverse effects usually disappear within 48 hours


Aftercare tips after in-clinic teeth whitening

Aftercare tips after in-clinic teeth whitening

In-clinic teeth whitening can make your smile appear white and stain-free, but the truth is that they won’t stay that way forever, especially if you continue with your bad habits. It’s a good idea to follow up with an aftercare program following your teeth-whitening procedures.

Here are some tips to help you maintain your whiter teeth:

  • Avoid staining foods and drinks: For the first 48 hours after your teeth whitening, avoid foods and drinks that can stain your teeth, such as coffee, tea, red wine, cola, and fruit juices. You should also avoid smoking and chewing tobacco.
  • Brush and floss your teeth regularly: Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day will help to remove plaque and bacteria, which can cause stains. You should also use a fluoride toothpaste to help strengthen your teeth.
  • Use a whitening toothpaste: Whitening toothpaste can help to remove surface stains and brighten your teeth. However, it is important to note that whitening toothpaste will not produce the same results as in-clinic teeth whitening.
  • Get regular dental checkups: It is important to get regular dental checkups even after you have had your teeth whitened. Your dentist can check your teeth for any signs of sensitivity or damage.

Insurance & Subsidies

AIA dental Insurance


Smilepoint is an accredited service provider with IHP & AIA Dental Insurance.

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Medisave dental claim


Smilepoint is a CPF Medisave-accredited dental clinic for dental surgeries.

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We are a CHAS-approved dental clinic. We accept valid CHAS, Merdeka and Pioneer Generation cards.

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Baby Bonus Scheme CDA

Smilepoint is a Baby Bonus (CDA) approved institution. You can use the funds from the CDA for dental treatments.

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Clara Li
Clara Li
philip glickman
philip glickman
Well managed. Very prompt and professional. Immaculate facilities. Recommended.
Mohammad Faizal
Mohammad Faizal
Great service! Thank you 😁
Mohanakrishna Tamilaras
Mohanakrishna Tamilaras
Staff were very kind and were informative in dental hygiene.
Peggy Wong
Peggy Wong
Dr Mabel was such a gem to my 5 years old ! Highly recommended Very kids friendly environment and the staff are Superb !
Derrick Wee
Derrick Wee
Had my teeth whitening done with Dr Mark and I was very happy with the result! The whole procedure was smooth and he made me feel at ease. Dr Mark’s knowledge, skills and kindness is admirable. Friendly staff at Smilepoint Dental too!
Suraj Patil
Suraj Patil
Setting up appointment is easy. They will send reminders. Checking in and out is easy and fast. Been seeing Dr Ismeeta for years, fantastic dentist.

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