What is tooth whitening?
Tooth whitening is a procedure performed safely by dentists for the people who have discoloured tooth and desire to have a more natural white colour. The reason for tooth colouring may be age, trauma, loss of vitality of tooth, excessive consumption of coloured foods and beverages. Determining the cause is of great importance in the treatment procedure. Tooth whitening process does not harm the tooth as long as it is applied under the control of the dentist. Although the degree of whitening of a tooth varies from person to person, satisfactory results are obtained.
How is it applied?
Tooth whitening can be done with two techniques.
In the office bleaching system, high concentration bleaching agents are used in the clinical setting after the detailed examination. Depending on the type of bleaching agent, the activation of the gel is increased with a high brightness light. Depending on the need, the desired result is achieved after the planned treatment period.
It is a system that can be easily applied in the comfort of home thanks to special plaques and whitening agents prepared according to the size taken orally after the detailed examination. During this process, control appointments are frequently held.