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Teeth Whitening

What is Teeth Whitening?

Teeth whitening is the process of bleaching the natural color of the tooth with a few tones with chemical agents. In bleaching, it is the process of bleaching the main color without damaging the tooth with carbon peroxide or hydrogen peroxide substances contained in the stains that have penetrated into the tooth.

What Are Teeth Whitening Methods?

Teeth may be darker or yellow depending on the structure or eating habits. It can be applied to all healthy teeth. Teeth whitening methods can be applied in dental clinics as well as at home with a dentist planning. It is divided into office type whitening and home type whitening. Both are procedures that must be done under the control of the physician. Office type bleaching is a bleaching procedure performed in the clinic. Home bleaching is also is done by taking measures from the patient's mouth and then thechemical agents give to the patient the right procedure to apply . With both types , the result are bright beautiful white teeth.

How Long Does Office Whitening Last?

The duration of the treatment should be continued in a healthy way by the use of the chemical agents. With an average of 45 minutes or an hour, the procedure ends in a single session in the clinic. If the coloration of the dental barrier is quite high, these sessions can be increased to 2 or 3 sessions.

How Long Does Home Bleaching Last?

The Home bleaching period is an average of ten days. Plates are prepared with the measurements taken from the patient. The patient himself performs the bleaching process by applying daily doses for ten days.

Does Bleaching Damage the teeth?

The bleaching process is first decided whether it is suitable for teeth whitening the or not. Therefore, it is absolutely necessary to make a decision as a result of the doctor's examination.

Who can do the whitening done?

The answer to the question , from 18 to 70 years old can try it. If the tooth has completed its development, it can be applied to every tooth, but which teeth cannot be applied to is important. If the patient has a gum problem, if the root surfaces are open, if there are some defects on the tooth surface, , when there is a situation that may increase the sensitivity of the patient or damage the tooth, whitening should be avoided. Apart from that, bleaching can be applied to all patients who have completed jaw development and tooth development. After the bleaching process, it is necessary to pay attention to certain things. If tea, coffee and cigarette consumption is too high after bleaching, it may be necessary to re-bleach after 3-4 years in some patients.

Does Sensitivity Occur After Bleaching?

Sensitivity varies according to the patient and the structure of the tooth. After bleaching, it is necessary to share this sensitivity with the patient. Especially in the bleaching process, bleaching is provided with a chemical agent. Since this chemical reaction continues for about 36 hours, some patients may have sensitivity during this two-day period. Sensitivity frequency can be possible for two days.

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