Wrinkles will only go where smiles have been

A smile is an inexpensive way to change your looks. – Charles Gordy

I believe a person’s smile is their best asset and recently I had the wonderful opportunity to get my slightly stained teeth a bit of a freshening up. I’ve been wanting this for awhile now and I finally took the plunge and I’m never looking back!

I went to DFY dental for my in-chair whitening which took a little over an hour. They prepare your mouth and gums with a mouth guard and then every 15mins they top up the solution. During the intervals I was left to relax and took a peaceful nap. When the dental assistant came to top up my teeth, they also regularly checked if I was okay. They had warned me that the peroxide in the solution would make my teeth sensitive and slightly painful. I could definitely feel it after the first 15mins but I powered through as it was bearable. If you have sensitive teeth already, make sure you let them know because they can give you paracetamol beforehand to help with the pain.

After my treatment, I met the lovely and smiley Dr Fadi Yassmin, one of the leading dental practitioners in Sydney.

Now time for the big reveal! My before and after pictures Twitter, 🥁 Drum With Drumsticks

The lovely staff at DFY were able to take proper BnA pics of my teeth and have kindly sent them to me. Now I’m warning you, my mouth isn’t exactly photogenic and these images are definitely not instagramable but for you guys, I’m willing to show you.

Unflitered, unedited and unsensored! 🙊 🙉 🙊

I apologise for my slightly bloody gums. You might not get that. I’m just prone to bleeding gums.

So it’s been about 4 weeks since I got this done and even though my teeth aren’t as white as when it was first done, they are definitely brighter than before!

d/FY Dental

14/185-211 Broadway,

Sydney, NSW, 2007

(02) 9281 0100

One comment

  1. paulliverstravels · August 23, 2017

    I knew a young woman in Chongqing I would have asked to marry me if she had ever smiled at me the way she smiled at little children.


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