Modern dentistry offers you the opportunity to fulfill your desire for more beautiful, brighter, and shinier teeth, making you look younger, healthier, and more attractive.
Teeth whitening represents the least invasive method in which tooth structure is not compromised, while achieving whiter and brighter teeth.
External teeth whitening involves applying whitening gels to the surface of the teeth and usually covers the entire dental arch or front teeth, as well as individual vital teeth.
Whitening is typically performed in a dental office (“in-office”) using high-concentration gels and a whitening lamp, achieving the desired tooth shade in just one to two treatments.
In contrast, there are various options for at-home whitening (“at home”), where the patient applies low-concentration gel to the teeth for several hours, typically overnight, over a period of 7 to 10 days.
Before starting the teeth whitening process, it is necessary to address any dental caries, remove soft and hard dental deposits, treat gingivitis (gum inflammation), and in the case of previously endodontically treated teeth (root canal-treated teeth), a radiograph and examination should determine the quality and type of canal filling, and if inadequate, retreatment may be necessary.
Patients should be informed that existing fillings, crowns, and bridges cannot be whitened and that their potential replacement should be done 7 to 14 days after the whitening procedure.
It is important to note that teeth whitening is not recommended for minors, pregnant or nursing women, individuals undergoing orthodontic treatment, and those with advanced periodontal disease.
External teeth whitening yields excellent results in over 90% of cases, but it should be emphasized that there are individuals who may not achieve significant whitening results.
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