TEETH WHITENING

Teeth whitening is a procedure that quickly, efficiently and permanently restores white teeth smile.

The color of the teeth can be discouraged for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it is determined by genetics, and sometimes by life's habits: frequent drinking of coffee, smoking, various foods. Often, the use of strong drugs, antibiotics, and the use of antibiotics is changing the color of the teeth.

Office tooth whitening is the safest, fastest and most effective way of teeth whitening. The procedure usually takes 1 hour. The result is visible immediately - the teeth become a few tones whiter. Special protection is provided on the gum that protects them from the harmful effects of chemicals. Everything is done with a dentist's care. Depending on the color of the teeth, it is recommended to do 2 to 3 teeth whitening procedures.

At the end of the teeth whitening procedure, the teeth are covered with a depressant gel, as teeth may become more sensitive after bleaching procedures. Sensitivity will disappear within a few days.

Clear sequence of procedure:

  • · Dentures are specially protected from teeth;
  • · Teeth are covered with a bleaching gel;
  • · The action of the bleaching gel activates the light of the helium lamp;
  • · Gel rinsing, removable gum protection;
  • · The bleached teeth are coated with a sensation and strengthening tooth enamel with a gel (several days after the teeth whitening procedure, the teeth may be more sensitive);
  • · Explain all the recommendations that should be followed after the teeth whitening procedure to keep the teeth whitening for a long time.

Important! It is not possible to whiten the teeth forever. In the long run, the teeth change color again. To ensure the long-term result of teeth whitening, it is advisable to avoid coffee, tea, red wine and other coloring drinks. Smoking also affects teeth color changes. Proper oral hygiene prolongs the effect of teeth whitening.

What is recommended before the procedure?

  • Consult a dentist or oral hygienist and assess the condition of the mouth and teeth;
  • Before brushing your teeth, it is important to carry out a professional oral hygiene procedure;
  • Only healthy and sealed teeth can be bleached, otherwise teeth will become very sensitive.

Teeth whitening procedure is not recommended:

  • Children under the age of 16 because their pulse chamber, nerve and dentin channels are very wide. Bleaching may damage the nerve or cause long-term sensitivity;
  • Wearing braces;
  • Pregnant and nursing women;
  • For people with a lot of teeth or crowns, as these restoration measures do not hurt;
  • For people with sensitive teeth or loose teeth roots. Bleaching does not work on the tooth roots that are touched, because they do not have an enamel layer;
  • People with gum disease;
  • For people with caries, damaged teeth.
  • For people with allergic peroxides or other ingredients in bleaching gel;