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Teeth Whitening

This is process of brightening your yellowish teeth into better white with the help of teeth whitening gels with the professional help. Lasers are also used to achieve these results.

What is teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure that aims to lighten the color of teeth and remove stains and discoloration.

Some of the most common methods for whitening teeth include bleaching with hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide and using abrasive materials to remove surface stains. It is important to note that teeth whitening is not permanent and may require touch-ups or maintenance over time. It is also important to consult with a dental professional before undergoing any teeth whitening treatment.

Teeth Whitening
Teeth Whitening

Patients Teeth Before & After Teeth Whitening

Who needs teeth whitening?

  1. Smoking, excess consumption of coffee, strong tea, red wine, and products containing strong dyes all cause the enamel to darken. Unwanted pigmentation accumulates and changes the color of teeth, even those that are perfectly healthy. Bleaching aids in dealing with this issue.
  2. A desire for white teeth.
  3. Mild to moderate fluorosis.
  4. Age-related changes.
  5. Certain medical treatments can also cause tooth staining.


  1. Pregnant and lactating women.
  2. Children.
  3. Hypersensitive teeth.


  1. First, we will remove the film that has formed on your enamel as a result of the food you eat or other substances.
  2. Following this, the bleaching procedure begins. The entire procedure takes between 30-90 minutes, depending on the severity of the stains on the teeth.
  3. We will cover the gums before applying the bleaching agent to the teeth. Some bleaching agents necessitate the use of laser lights, and if your teeth are severely stained, we may advise you to continue the process at home for a few days.

Types of teeth whitening:

  1. In-office bleaching: It is the effective teeth whitening procedure, done under the monitoring of the dentist. They can change the color of your teeth faster than at-home methods.
  2. At-home bleaching: The procedure is done at home by the patient. The dentist gives you a set of trays to whiten your teeth. The results are not instant.

Post care after teeth whitening:

  1. Avoid drinking strongly colored beverages after your whitening treatment.
  2. Don’t eat foods that stain.
  3. It is advised to stop smoking and/or chewing not only for health reasons, but also to keep your teeth pearly white.
  4. Avoid coloured dental hygiene products.

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