In order to smile with snow-white teeth, apply Teeth Whitening process
In order to smile with snow-white teeth, apply Teeth Whitening process
You could whiten your teeth at DentGroup clinics with laser having fast sessions of 1-2 hours or you can make application at your home with whitening kits that are especially prepared for you.
Our daily habits such as coffee, tea and cigarettes change the colour of our teeth. For this reason many people are not content with their smile. The results obtained by whitening teeth, enable people to be content with their smiles. Change the world with DentGroup.
How many teeth whitening methods are there ?
There are 5 different methods for whitening teeth.
1) Home type teeth whitening
2) Office type (in clinic environment) teeth whitening
3) Single tooth whitening (inner tooth whitening)
4) Combined teeth whitening (Both home and office whitening)
5) Biological bleaching
Which is the most effective teeth whitening method?
The most effective teeth whitening method is combined whitening.
How can home type teeth whitening method is applied?
By taking measures from inside the mouth, whitening plates for individual people are prepared. A certain quantity of whitening gel is applied inside this plate that is prepared.( % 10–15 of Carbamide peroxide)
For how long does home type teeth whitening last ?
It is a treatment that continues for 10-15 days, where the plate is used for at least 4-6 hours during the day.
How much gel should I put inside the plate?
In home type teeth whitening, attention should be paid not to use the gel too much. Or else the excess gel irritates gingiva. In such a case gingiva should be washed and a cream containing vitamin E should be applied to the irritated surface.
What is office type teeth whitening?
It is teeth whitening method that is used in the clinic. It is a convenient method for patients having limited time. It provides effective cleaning in a shorter time. Whitening gel that is applied on the teeth by the dentist, is activated with UV ray or laser and whitening continues for 1 hour. It is also known as teeth whitening method with laser.
What is combined type of whitening?
It is teeth whitening method where both office and home types are applied together. After being applied in the office or in the clinic, the process ins supported with home type of whitening for 2-3 days.
What is bio-whitening ?
Bio whitening, also known as dual whitening or power whitening, is a tooth bleaching procedure which also repairs the tooth enamel and therefore not cause any sensitivity while doing so.
What difference does bio-whitening have compared to other whitening methods ?
Bio-whitening reinforces healthy tissue while whitening. This is achieved by the help of a molecule called “nano-hydroxylapatite”, which is the mostly found molecule in enamel. Therefore, all micro-gaps, cracks and deformities are filled in with healthy tooth structure, and the teeth are whitened without causing any sensitivity.
My teeth are already sensitive. Can my teeth be whitened ?
The sensitivity causing substance in the whitening procedure is called “hydrogen peroxide”. In bio-whitening, this substance is used in only very low concentrations and because it has enamel molecules alongside, it does not cause any sensitivity. There will not be any sensitivity both during and after the procedure. Even your current sensitivity will be mostly gone.
Is there any difference in bio-whitening procedure ?
In bio whitening, a clinic procedure called office bleaching is done in one session. Afterwards, you are given a pair of bleaching gels and a special trays for your upper and lower teeth. Also a special toothpaste which includes enamel molecules is given.
Is there any disadvantages in bio-whitening?
Thanks to the biocompatible molecules used in this system, it is a completely tissue-friendly procedure and does not hold any disadvantages.
What cautions do I need to take after the whitening ?
As in other whitening methods, first two weeks after the procedure are critical in terms of color stability. Therefore any colored liquid such as tea, coffee and red wine, acidic liquids like coke and all kinds of tobacco products must not be used during this period. They can be used in low doses afterwards but you have to clean your teeth (even basicly, like drinking a glass of water) immediately after consuming such products. Otherwise the effect of whitening will wear off in short time.
Biyolojik diş beyazlatmanın kalıcılığı nasıldır ?
Beyazlatma sonrasında elde edilen beyazlığın aynı düzeyde korunabilmesi için renkli ve asitli sıvı tüketimini azaltmak ve sigara kullanmamak gerekir. Kullanıma bağlı olarak beyazlık düzeyi 6 ay ila 1 yıl süre içinde kaybolabilir. Beyazlığın kalıcılığını uzatmak için 12 ila 18 ayda bir biyolojik beyazlatma tekrarlanabilir. Bu aynı zamanda diş minesinin rutin olarak onarılması ve daha uzun ömürlü olmasını da sağlayacaktır.
What is single tooth whitening (interior whitening)?
It is applied to teeth that are colored after channel treatment. The filling in the tooth is removed
Whitening gel is applied to the cavity that is opened. Then tooth is tightly closed with temporary filling.Whitening gel is applied to the opened cavity. Then, tooth is tightly closed with temporary filling. The sessions are repeated until the desired color is reached.
Does interior whitening give harm to the teeth?
Channel filling should be isolated very well. If it is isolated well, it won’t cause any harm
Are there any damages or side effects relating with teeth whitening?
Apart from non-vital teeth (with channel treatment), whitening methods can cause some teeth sensitivity. This teeth sensitivity can be related with air, very hot or cold drinks and food. This is a normal and expected side effect. It is expected for teeth sensitivity to be eliminated generally within 24-48 hours. If an unexpected situation occurs, it should be applied to the dentist immediately.
What are the reasons for teeth coloring?
Physiological coloring that continues for life long, Coloring that occurs after application of amalgam filling, Using antibiotics during infancy, Color change occurring inside the teeth due to channel treatment, Coloring on the surface of teeth due to intake of coffee, tea, red wine, and mouth-washing, Coloring that occurs due to bleeding as a result of dying of live tissue in the tooth as a result of trauma.
How do teeth get white?
Teeth whitening is the process of eliminating colored organic and inorganic substances forming on the porous tooth enamel structure on the surface of teeth by using teeth whitening gels (carbamide peroxide).
How long does it take for teeth to whiten ?
Whitening of teeth varies from one person to another. Average period of whitening is 2-3 weeks. Whitening can be even more effective if yellowish color on the teeth is more than the gray coloring. Depending on the usage of antibiotics, whitening of gray colors can be more difficult and it can require more time to get an outcome.
Is it required to clean the whitening plate?
Yes, it is required. After being used, plates are washed with liwuid soap and they are rinsed. After making sure they dried, you should keep them in the box we gave to you.
Is the impact of teeth whitening permanent ?
After whitening process, color gets lost in time. This period changes depending on patient’s intake of colored liquids (tea, coffee, wine, cola) and smoking of cigarettes and it takes a time between 6 months and 1 year. If it is supported with 1 or 2 sessions in 4-6 months, teeth whitening becomes permanent.
What are the particulars I should pay attention to while whitening the teeth?
During the whitening process, it should be kept away from colored liquids such as tea, coffee, wine and cola and also from tobacco products.If they are used, reaction gets reversed and teeth get colored.
Does whitening give harm to my teeth?
There is no harm from whitening process applied under the control of a dentist. Or else we wouldn’t make this application to ourselves and to our loved ones.
What is teeth whitening with laser?
Teeth whitening method with laser is applied to enable the activation of whitening drug applied to the tooth enamel surfaces and to shorten the period.
Dentist writing the article: Dr. Kerem Adalet