June to August Promotion

Do your teeth need whitening? Stand to chance to WIN a CURAPROX toothbrush + ‘Black is White’ teeth whitening toothpaste (valued at more than R500) by posting on our Facebook page your creative photos in front of the De Necker Dentistry bus shelter (opposite the Colosseum Hotel) in Century City. Winners will be announced at the end of each month #PerfectingSmiles

De Necker Century City

De Necker Century City opened during May 2010 and is located in the bustling suburb of Century City in Cape Town. 

The practice was especially designed and built for dentistry and has the most advanced dental equipment in this contemporary designed practice.

The practice also has an on-site laboratory to ensure top quality and efficient dental work for all our patients.

Dr Eduan Weber and Dr Marie-Louise Weber are the highly qualified dentists at the helm of this flagship practice along with a team of oral hygienists and friendly reception staff.

Click here to download our company brochure.


Black is White 

Black? Yes, because most whitening pastes contain chemical bleaching agents. Or have emery particles in them: bye-bye enamel. In contrast, “Black Is White” toothpaste contains activated carbon. So it is black, truly black and, above all, it does not grind the enamel away. Instead, the activated carbon absorbs precisely those particles that cause discoloration, especially tea, coffee, nicotine and red wine. Is Black Is White “enamel-friendly” in that case? Let’s just say this: If it only could, it would snuggle up to tooth enamel.

But it can! This is because the hydroxylapatite in Black Is White actually does snuggle up to the tooth enamel as a thin film. As a result, it protects the enamel and even fills in small holes. So our whitening toothpaste is exactly the opposite of other whitening toothpastes: in fact, it’s quite helpful. In addition, Black Is White is slightly cooling; and a physical blue filter makes the teeth optically even whiter.


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