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Airflow & Polishing

Dental airflow and tooth polishing are both used to bring about significant cosmetic improvements to the teeth. Generally used when other methods of cleaning are not effective, airflow is a reliable way of cleaning surface stains from teeth. Meanwhile, polishing is used to smooth the tooth surface thereby lowering the amount of plaque that collects on the tooth surface area. Here are just some of the additional benefits of airflow and polishing:

  • Quick, simple tooth whitening
  • Effective stain removal
  • Make mouth feel nice and fresh
  • Remove bacteria, plaque and tartar from the mouth

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“Very reassuring and patient and talked me through procedure. A huge thank you.”

Why choose airflow and polishing as an option for my smile?

Both airflow and polishing are great alternatives to more drastic cosmetic procedures like veneers and dentures. They are far more affordable and the results, as well as being almost instantaneous, can be a sight to behold. So if you’re not persuaded by more permanent methods of whitening and cleaning, airflow and polishing could be the treatments for you.

For more information on our Airflow and Polishing services, available for people living in the Farsley area of Leeds, including the surrounding areas like Pudsey, Horsforth, Tong and Calverley, contact us on 0113 236 2010 or email us at

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: How does airflow work?

    Airflow is a highly effective way of removing surface stains from the teeth. It uses a focused jet of water, bicarbonate particles and compressed air in order to polish away any staining that is visible on the teeth.

  • Q: How long does the whitening last?

    This all depends on your lifestyle and habits. If you’re a smoker or drink a lot of tea, coffee or red wine, the staining may return over the course of a few months. However, if you take good care of your teeth and avoid smoking, tea, coffee and red wine then you can expect the […]

  • Q: How long does the procedure take?

    A round of airflow lasts around 30 minutes and it is a completely pain-free procedure in which anaesthetic is not required.

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Farsley Dental is located in what we believe to be not only a beautiful setting, but also one that's incredibly easy to find. Located in the old council building, Farsley, we believe we are ideally placed.

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  • Wednesday: 8:30am to 5:30pm
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