Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is an aesthetic solution recommended to people who are not satisfied with the color of their teeth. It is an oxygenation method used to whiten teeth that have changed colors for various reasons or to lighten the individual tooth color by several shades. Teeth whitening method provides a reliable and economical treatment option without abrasive our teeth and it is possible to compensate for color loss thanks to this treatment.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    It can be applied to anyone except a few exceptional cases. In order to start the procedures, it is necessary to check the teeth first and if the teeth to be whitened have any caries or cracks in the enamel, these teeth should be treated.

    Teeth whitening is healthy and safe when done under the control and supervision of a dentist. Teeth and gums are not damaged.

    No pain is felt when the cracks in the tooth enamel and the caries formed on the tooth are removed in line with the examination to be carried out before the bleaching process begins.

    Although there are no reported cases, it is not known how the bleaching products used have an effect on the fetus. Since it should not be used as a general principle during pregnancy, it would be more correct to leave the teeth whitening process after birth.

    Firstly, the coloration and tooth stones on the tooth surfaces are cleaned. Tooth surfaces are polished. The starting photo is taken and the tone of the tooth is determined with the color scale. A protective gel is applied to the gums to prevent the whitening gel from touching and the patient is wearing protective glasses. The whitening agent is applied to the tooth surfaces and activated for 20-30 minutes. This process can be repeated for 2 or 3 sessions until the desired whiteness is achieved.

    At the first appointment, the dentist takes measurements from the patient's teeth and prepares a transparent plate that will pass over the teeth with this measure. This plaque, used by the person who is bleached at home, allows the patient to apply the whitening agent to the teeth and protect the gums. Place the bleach gel in the amount recommended by the doctor on the part of the plate that will be on the front of the teeth and place the plate in the mouth. The desired color is achieved after a week or two. With the bleaching method made at home, dark color may not be eliminated especially in duct treated teeth. Or results may not be obtained for the spots that we call tetracycline stains. Because the bleaching gel concentration is lower in terms of not damaging your teeth or gums.