Tooth whitening is now the most common aesthetic dental procedure and is becoming more and more popular.
If done properly, tooth whitening can remove unsightly stains and stains that are likely to spoil the appearance of teeth over the years (aging, smoking, drinking coffee, red wine as well as some fruits and vegetables are the usual “guilty”).
Where appropriate, bleaching can be done in the clinic or at home using special stitches.
Typically, the dentist supplies the patient with two soft nozzles made specifically for him to apply to the upper and lower jaw.
They are placed in a special jelly and worn a few hours a day for 10-12 days.
Does bleaching damage teeth?
Definitely not! Bleaching is a documented and absolutely safe medical practice that has been applied to millions of people in the world for several years and does not cause any damage to teeth or gums, as long as it is done properly and with medical guidance.
The only side effect that sometimes occurs is a temporary sensitivity of the teeth in the hot and cold, which passes completely with the end of the treatment.
How much will my teeth whiten?
The result of bleaching is unpredictable. Everyone has a limit on how much they can whiten his teeth. So some people respond better to the process of bleaching, while in some others the effect is less impressive. It is important to understand and respect this individual limit of each person and not to “push” the teeth to whiten more than they are. It is important to understand and respect this individual limit of each person and not to “push” the teeth to whiten more than they can by prolonging the bleaching or excessive use of laser.
What is Inner Bleaching?
It is a technique applied to individual teeth that have become dark after endodontic treatment .In the interior of the tooth is placed an oxidizing agent that liberates oxygen radicals and is renewed at intervals. Painless method with excellent results. Requires 2-4 visits.