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Teeth whitening is a common cosmetic dentistry procedure that helps to lighten the color of teeth. It is often used to reduce the appearance of discoloration and staining caused by smoking, certain foods, and aging.
Professional teeth whitening is typically more effective than at-home treatments. The procedure involves applying a bleaching gel to the teeth, which is then activated by a special light or laser. The light helps to break down the molecules in the gel, allowing it to penetrate the teeth and remove stains and other imperfections.

Advantages of the Procedure:

 The light from the LED lamp does not heat the enamel, and does not harm it, and the low pressure of the cold has a beneficial effect on the condition of the teeth; The procedure does not cause any pain in people prone to enamel hypersensitivity; Whitening gel does not destroy the enamel structure.

The procedure usually takes one to two hours, and results can last up to five years. Professional teeth whitening is also safer than at-home treatments, as it is performed under the supervision of a dentist.
At our clinic, we prioritize safety and comfort for our patients. Our experienced team of dentists use the safest and most effective methods for teeth whitening, and we use only the highest quality products. We also offer a variety of options for teeth whitening to ensure that we can meet each patient’s individual needs.

The Principle of Whitening:

 It is based on the fact that a special whitening gel is applied to the surface of the teeth; The whitening gel contains a certain percentage of hydrogen peroxide; Under the influence of a laser, a diode lamp, or as a result of a chemical reaction - hydrogen peroxide in bleach begins to actively decompose, forming atomic oxygen.

Teeth Whitening Process.

Just four simple steps to your shining smile!


Your Visit

Come to our clinic at the appointed time and relax.


Gel Application

Our dentists apply the gel to your teeth.



Activation of the gel with the light of a laser or lamp.



We wash off the gel, removing the cofferdam.

The Final Stage is The "White Diet".

In case you want to keep your white teeth as long as possble.

The doctor gives precise instructions for home care. A cap for the night is also added to the dental rituals (paste, rinses, floss).A gel is applied to the cap, which saturates the enamel with fluoride and calcium. The consistency is thick, it will not be possible to accidentally swallow it.

Since the renewed enamel is susceptible to staining, you need to follow a "white diet" for the first two weeks (you won't lose weight from it). It is necessary to remove a number of coloring products and drinks from the diet - coffee, tea, red wine, berries, fruits, colored sauces, dark chocolate, etc.

  • What is teeth whitening?

    Teeth whitening is a process of lightening the color of your teeth by removing stains and discoloration. It is sometimes referred to as teeth bleaching.

  • How long does teeth whitening last?

    The results of teeth whitening can last anywhere from 6 months to 3 years depending on how well you take care of your teeth. Brushing and flossing regularly, avoiding stain-causing foods and drinks, and visiting your dentist for regular checkups can help extend the effects of teeth whitening.

  • Is teeth whitening safe?

    Generally, teeth whitening is safe when done correctly and under the supervision of a qualified dentist.

  • What are the risks of teeth whitening?

    The most common side effects of teeth whitening are sensitivity of the teeth and gum irritation. Other risks include damage to the enamel of the teeth and over-bleaching.

  •  How often should I get my teeth whitened?

    Depending on your lifestyle and diet, it is recommended that you get your teeth whitened every 2-3 years.

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