Come to our clinic at the appointed time and relax.
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 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.