Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is the ideal solution for discoloration caused by diet, smoking, or poor oral hygiene, with genetics also playing a role in tooth color change.

Teeth whitening does not always cause permanent sensitivity as some believe; any sensitivity typically subsides within a day after the procedure. Whitening may not be suitable for those with:

  • Severe gum or oral health issues,
  • Light-sensitive medication intake,
  • Undergoing cancer treatment,
  • Individuals under 18 years of age.

How Teeth Whitening is Done: Teeth whitening usually involves a two-step process combining gel and laser methods for effective and long-lasting results in the shortest possible time.

Before the procedure, any accumulated tartar and calculus are removed from the tooth surface. During treatment, a protective layer is applied to the gums to prevent damage, and teeth whitening is initiated with laser and gel. Patients can enjoy a brighter smile after a session lasting about 30-45 minutes. Some may experience minor tooth sensitivity during the process, but this typically fades within hours, allowing patients to resume their daily activities immediately.



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