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Tooth Bleaching

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Tooth bleaching is one of the most preferred applications of recent years in order to make a smile aesthetically beautiful. As is known, tooth structures and tooth colors may differ from person to person. Genetic factors or various external factors can remove teeth from their natural whiteness. At this point, teeth bleaching is the first choice of those who want to achieve a healthy and aesthetic smile.

Among the application methods, laser Decontamination procedures can be performed, as well as teeth bleaching – which can also be provided with natural solutions at home. However, the permanence of applications varies depending on the professionalism and quality of the process. Internal or external colorings can be removed by bleaching method. You can contact our company for detailed information about whitening procedures and teeth whitening prices that will allow you to have a white smile.

What is Teeth Bleaching?

Teeth bleaching is a procedure performed by a dentist to remove discoloration or discoloration that occurs in the enamel of the tooth due to additional reasons such as tea, coffee and cigarette consumption over time. It is made using various methods and can whiten the tooth color by an average of 3 – 4 times depending on the structure of the tooth.

Teeth whitening, which means bleaching and is also known as bleaching, is a controlled procedure that should be performed by a dentist. In permanent teeth bleaching procedures where various chemicals are used, the patient can achieve the desired whiteness in a single session. Of course, the persistence of this whiteness obtained may vary depending on the habits of the patient.


What are the Methods of Teeth Bleaching?

Teeth bleaching methods can be considered in 2 separate groups according to the material used in the application and the application technique. In both of these applications, which are divided into office-type bleaching and home-type bleaching procedures, the common goal is to ensure that the teeth regain their natural whiteness.

Home Teeth Bleaching

This procedure, also described as home bleaching, is one of the most commonly preferred teeth bleaching procedures by patients. Although it is known as home bleaching, these procedures are under the control of a doctor. Your dentist allows you to perform the whitening process at home by putting gel into a plastic mouth guard specially prepared according to the dimensions of your mouth. Thanks to this process, the desired whiteness occurs within an average of one week. However, this plastic mouth guard may have to be worn for 4 – 8 hours depending on the gel applied during the day.

Office Type Teeth Bleaching

Office type teeth whitening, which we can define as Office Bleaching, offers the possibility of instant teeth whitening with professional tooth cleaning procedures. With an average of one hour of Power Bleaching application, you can achieve 3 – 4 tons of whiteness in the most effective way. In this context, Power Bleaching stands out as the fastest, most reliable and most effective whitening application.

Why Do Teeth Lose Their Whiteness?

Structural disorders that occur during the period when milk teeth are replaced with permanent teeth and the consumption of foods that may affect tooth color are among the important reasons for tooth Decoloration. Especially tea, coffee, smoking and excessive fluoride consumption cause tooth decay and yellowing. Teeth tend to change color both internally and externally. Internal discoloration is a stain that has penetrated the enamel of the tooth and cannot be removed by brushing the teeth. Bleaching also gives good results in this type of coloring. External discoloration occurs due to the frequent consumption of substances that can stain teeth, such as tea, coffee and cigarettes. Such stains can be removed by bleaching method.

Why Is Teeth Whitening Needed?

Nice-looking white teeth are important when communicating with people. Dark and neglected teeth can negatively affect your social life. Although natural teeth whitening methods such as teeth whitening with baking soda, whitening toothpaste and a teeth whitening pen that you can apply at home provide a certain amount of whitening, it is possible to have healthier and whiter teeth with professional teeth whitening.

Does Teeth Whitening Damage the Teeth?

The materials used during teeth whitening consist of harmless ingredients. The important point here is that the teeth whitening pastes and the medications to be used for teeth whitening are determined by the dentist. The whitening rate of the tooth color varies depending on the medication used and the structure of the teeth, and you should contact your dentist in order to avoid any side effects.

How Long Does the Teeth Whitening Effect Last?

The effect of teeth whitening varies from person to person. According to the applied method and treatment, the whitening effect lasts an average of 6 – 12 months. For the permanence of the whitening process, it is recommended to stay away from foods that may change the color of your teeth, such as tea, coffee, cigarettes, during the procedure and for 2 weeks after the procedure is performed.