Teeth whitening treatment fees and subsidies
If you are looking to find out how much teeth whitening treatments cost, you might find that the cost of teeth whitening can vary considerably. This is because the price of each teeth whitening treatment is dependent on the type of procedure and the whitening products and dental instruments used.
At NTUC Health Denticare, we offer affordable teeth whitening services.
How much are teeth whitening procedures at NTUC Health Denticare?
Take-home teeth whitening kits start from $500, and in-office whitening treatments start from $900. Scaling and polishing during a regular dental checkup can range from $50 to $110, while for those who have more extensive stains or chipped, damaged teeth, you may also opt for porcelain veneers, which start from $720.
Refer to the handy table below for comparing the costs of teeth whitening procedures at NTUC Health Denticare:
|Scaling and polishing*
||$50.00 to $110.00
|Polishing (Heavy staining)
|Topical fluoride application
|Take-home whitening kit**
||From $85.00 per arch
|In-office whitening treatment
* During the consultation, our dentist may recommend necessary scaling and polishing procedures for you. Additional fees may apply for heavily stained teeth, or if there is a need to use the Prophy-Jet (an air-polishing system). The dentist may also recommend the application of desensitising gels or topical fluoride, which helps prevent dental erosion.
** While each take-home whitening kit includes a set of custom-made bleaching trays and whitening gel, you can choose to purchase replacements or refills from our dental clinics.
These prices are inclusive of GST and correct at the time of publishing. Please check with our clinics for the latest prices.
Are there subsidies for teeth whitening procedures?
CHAS Blue, Merdeka Generation and Pioneer Generation card holders are entitled to CHAS subsidies for scaling and polishing respectively (up to twice per calendar year).
Here’s a table to refer to the subsidies for scaling and polishing:
Do note that there are no CHAS subsidies for both in-office and take-home whitening treatments. For more details, visit the CHAS website. Do note that whitening kits, in-office teeth whitening services and veneers are not MediSave-claimable.