Years of drinking coffee has left my teeth stained. It bothers me and I have tried using whitening toothpaste.

I have also tried using half a lemon and diluting the juice in a small amount of water to gargle my mouth in the morning. Unfortunately, prolonged use of lemon juice can cause damage to the tooth enamel.

Naturally, I was very excited to learn more about the Bright Tonix Y10 teeth whitening treatment.

It is the first such treatment in the world that uses radio frequency and it has been launched at Centre for Cosmetic Rejuvenation & Surgery in collaboration with Dr Liu Han Ping.

According to the Centre for Cosmetic Rejuvenation & Surgery, the procedure is faster than other similar teeth whitening treatments as it is completed under 30 minutes.

All you have to do is to wear a disposable mouthpiece that has Y10 toothpaste for 15 to 30 minutes. After which, you can rinse your mouth. No setup time or personalised mouth tray is required.

The toothpaste interacts with discoloured areas on the teeth and removes the strains from the tooth enamel, giving you whiter teeth.

Bright Tonix Y10 teeth whitening treatment does not use hydrogen peroxide, which reduces the risk of pain and burns. Therefore, the treatment is said to be gentler.

 Bright Tonix Y10 teeth whitening treatment ($390 per session, $999 for 3 sessions and $3,900 for 10 + 10 sessions) is available at Center for Cosmetic Rejuvenation & Surgery at Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Rd, 03-03, Singapore 228208. Tel: 6235 9911.

All photos and video by Carissa Wong.