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Dental Bleaching


Dental bleaching is one of the most preferred aesthetic applications of the past years to make a healthy mouth look aesthetically beautiful. Dental bleaching is the process carried out by the dentist with the help of tooth whitening gels to eliminate the existing discoloration in tooth enamel or discoloration caused by additional reasons such as intense tea, coffee and cigarette consumption over time.

Is it necessary to have your teeth bleached?

A healthy mouth and good looking white teeth are important when communicating with people. In addition to deformities, darker and neglected teeth can affect your social life negatively. Although natural teeth whitening methods such as tooth whitening with carbonate, whitening toothpaste and a tooth whitening pen that you can apply at home provide a certain amount of whitening, it is possible to have healthier and whiter teeth with bleaching, which is a professional tooth whitening process carried out by your dentist.

Why do teeth lose their whiteness?

Antibiotics used in the mother’s womb or in infancy, structural defects that occur during the period when the milk teeth are replaced with permanent teeth, consumption of foods that can affect the tooth color, especially tea, coffee, cigarettes, and excessive consumption of fluoride cause tooth discoloration and loss of whiteness. Teeth may change color both internally and externally. Internal discoloration is stains that have penetrated into the tooth enamel and cannot be removed by brushing teeth. The bleaching process also gives good results in this kind of coloring. External coloration, on the other hand, is caused by the frequent consumption of things like tea, coffee and cigarettes that may stain teeth. It is possible to get rid of such stains with the teeth bleaching method. The important thing in this process is that the treatment to be applied to your teeth should be determined after the consultation of your dentist.

What are the teeth bleaching methods?

Teeth bleaching in home environment (Home Bleaching): Your dentist carries out the bleaching process by placing the gel inside the plastic mouthpiece that has been prepared specially for you with the measurement taken from your mouth. With this process, desired whitening is achieved within an average of one week. However, this plastic mouthpiece may need to be worn for 4-8 hours depending on the gel applied during the day.

Teeth bleaching in the office environment: With one hour of Power Bleaching application consisting of whitening gel and light in the environment of your dentist’s office, you can reach a whiteness that will meet your expectations by lightening your tooth color 3-4 tones in a short time. Power Bleaching is the fastest, most reliable and effective whitening application.

Does teeth bleaching damage teeth?

The solutions used during the tooth whitening process are harmless. The important thing is that the medication to be used in teeth whitening are determined by your dentist according to your teeth structure. The rate of bleaching of your tooth color varies according to the medication used and the structure of your tooth.

What are the side effects of teeth bleaching?

Teeth bleaching gels used during the teeth bleaching process may cause different levels of sensitivity in the teeth depending on the person. Sensitivity to hot and cold drinks may especially disturb you. This is an expected side effect. The important thing is that the sensitivity disappears within 24-48 hours. Your dentist can apply fluoride and recommend desensitizing toothpaste to reduce sensitivity and to make it easier to get through the process.

How long does the effect of teeth bleaching last?

Although the effect of teeth bleaching varies from person to person, it is permanent for about 6-24 months. Let’s share some practical information. During the bleaching process and for about 2 weeks after the process, you should stay away from things like tea, coffee, cigarettes that change the color of your teeth.

Can anyone have their teeth bleached?

As long as you do not have teeth and gum disease, you can have your teeth bleached, provided that you pass a dentist’s examination. If you have tooth decay or a similar problem or have had gum problems for a long time, these problems should be resolved first. You can have the teeth bleaching procedure afterwards. Those who definitely should not get their teeth bleached are pregnant women, nursing mothers and children who have not completed their development yet.

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