I believe this is considered a cosmetic process, and not a dental procedure. From what I understand, the prosecution was successful due to the use of hydrogen peroxide gel, which ( as the GDC will no doubt affirm) may only be purchased by and administered by registered dental practices. The House of Lords deemed that teeth whitening is a cosmetic process, and the GDC have been against this, hence the prosecution being brought about.
Cosmetic procedures which do not involve hydrogen peroxide fall outside this legislation, therefore I requested definitive statement of law that prohibits the practice, where non peroxide treatment is administered to a client. There are many UK based companies offering training and services, which if illegal, would have been prosecuted; would have been prevented from purchasing and distributing non-peroxide (CE approved) gels and equipment.
Please provide accurate definitive law which might prevent this.