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Teeth Whitening


Teeth that have been stained or darkened by food, tobacco use, age, medications or injury can be lightened and brightened by means of a non-invasive process known as teeth whitening. Teeth whitening or bleaching simply refers to any process that will make the teeth appear whiter. While there are many over the counter options for teeth whitening, the most effective and safest teeth whitening systems are the professional strength ones available at the dentist’s office. A dental professional whitening system offers a higher concentration of whitening components and delivers them to the teeth in the most efficient manner to achieve optimal results.

Unconscious teeth whitening can adversely affect the gingiva. Therefore, teeth whitening in the clinic is considered safer in terms of oral and dental health. Tooth color can be whitened with some chemical substances. However, since these procedures contain chemicals, the patient should not apply the teeth whitening process by himself without consulting the dentist.

Teeth whitening can also be done with products purchased from the pharmacy, with the advice of doctors. However, it is necessary to pay attention to the content of these products. Care should be taken that these products are not abrasive products on your tooth structure and tooth surfaces.

What Exactly Is

Teeth Whitening?

Is teeth whitening permanent?

Permanent teeth whitening is applied to lighten the color of discolored and yellowed teeth for various reasons. Is teeth whitening permanent? The answer to this question depends on many different factors. The permanence of teeth whitening will change depending on the person’s teeth and enamel& dentin structure (tooth undertone), medications, coffee and cigarette use and oral hygiene and care. In the permanent teeth bleaching process, people have a great role to play. When permanent teeth whitening is desired, bleaching with laser treatment should be preferred. For teeth whitening, you should get support from our experts.

How is teeth whitening done?

Teeth whitening treatment can be applied in 2 ways. These applications are home bleaching and office bleaching methods. Following consultation and analysis, the tooth whitening procedure to be used is determined.

Office Bleaching Method in Clinic

In the clinical setting for teeth whitening, the whitening gel stated by the dentist is applied using heat or ultraviolet light. The teeth are prepared and made suitable for the whitening procedure before the treatment. For this, the teeth are first cleaned and polished. The tone of the tooth color is determined after the cleaning procedure, and tooth whitening treatment is applied. The treatment lasts approximately 30-45 minutes.

Home Bleaching

This is one of the methods preferred by patients who would like to healthfully bleach their teeth and sustain the bleaching effect in the comfort of their home. Using the sizes measured by dentist, a tailor-made dental plate is prepared in the laboratory. Bleaching gel is applied in the plate, and the plate is mounted accordingly. Bleaching procedure is performed by using this plate for the periods specified according to the treatment plan.

Night Guard

These are the tailor-made plates prepared in the laboratory with the sizes measured by dentist, to minimize the harmful impacts of teeth grinding during sleep. Thanks to its internally hard, but externally soft structure; provides ease of use and durability. These plates are produced from a flexible, unbreakable and transparent material. It is also possible to prepare soft plates based on patient request.

What should be considered after teeth whitening?

It is normal to develop sensitivity in the teeth after the teeth whitening treatment is completed. Care should be taken regarding food and beverage in this process. For the first 24 hours following bleaching, foods having coloring effects should not be consumed. After 24 hours, cleaning and care should be done as suggested by the dentist. Nutrition habits are effective in restoring the tooth color.

How often can I have teeth whitening?

Before the teeth return to their old colors, regular controls are provided every 6 months, and if necessary, repeating the bleaching process every 6 months or once a year can be evaluated for more permanent whiteness.

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Will There Be Pain During and After The Bleaching Process?

There is no pain during and after the bleaching process. However, sensitivity can be seen in the teeth. Sensitivity can be felt occasionally both during the procedure and at the same night. But this is a situation that varies from person to person. While most people do not experience any sensitivity, some people do. The next day, this sensitivity in the teeth will disappear. Is Teeth Whitening Harmful? According to the latest researches, it has been proven that the teeth whitening process (Bleaching) does not cause any harm to the teeth.

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