Laser Teeth Whitening

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Teeth Whitening in Dentist

Teeth whitening aims to remove stains and discoloration from the teeth. It is a dental cosmetic procedure and it can be done to anyone who suffers from teeth staining. This treatment enables patients to smile with confidence and it improves your appearance. Keep in mind that, teeth whitening is not recommended for the ones who have dental crowns, veneers, bridges or fillings. People who smoke a lot and drink alcohol cannot get their teeth whitened as tobacco and alcohol creates new stains constantly. In addition, pregnant women should not consider getting their teeth whitened during pregnancy period as the side effects are not well known.

Teeth whitening is not a complicated procedure with high risks. In-office whitening technique, special whitening solution is applied on patient’s teeth while a protective solution is applied on patient’s gums to protect gums. This special whitening solution make stains, which are the main reason of discoloration, into smaller pieces. When the reason for discoloration disappears, discoloration disappears with it and patient’s teeth gets is natural color back again.

The process of teeth whitening takes between 30-60 minutes and it does not require any time after the process itself. There is no recovery period, you can return back to your daily life immediately after the procedure is done. Tough teeth whitening process is not a complicated one, it might have side effects such as pain and sensitivity. When you face any side effect, you should see your dentist immediately.

Keep in mind that teeth whitening is not a permanent solution. As you consume food and beverages such as tea, coffee and red wine which causes stains a lot, you will need to repeat the process in a short time. As you do not quit smoking, you will always have stains and as you get older, your teeth will look more yellowish. After teeth whitening process, you should be more careful with what you eat and drink to maintain whiteness of your teeth for a long time.

Cost of Teeth Whitening

Cost of teeth whitening changes between €85 and €550 depending on the country. Some countries are more expensive, and some are cheaper. You can find the best one for you by looking up online and searching for it. For the laser teeth whitening, almost all clinics charge same prices.

In developing countries, you might find clinics that offer more affordable prices. In Turkey, to get your treatment you should at least pay €150 whereas in Poland €107 would be enough for you to get your teeth whitened. The prices are higher in developed countries such as United Kingdom. For the same procedure you would almost pay the double price. In UK, prices are starting from €290. On average, teeth whitening procedure costs €240, it is possible to get the treatment by paying less or more than this. You can find the best options for yourself by searching the prices in different countries.

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    Laser Teeth Whitening

    What is Bleaching?

    Lazer Beyazlatma Tooth bleaching implies using chemical substances to lighten the tone of the teeth. This is a whitening procedure that is performed with materials, which contain carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide that only dentists can use, and methods for the discoloration of the enamel and the dentin. Today, there are various products like whitening toothpastes, gels and tooth whitening products that are supplied by dentists. However, the dentist should decide the tooth whitening product that should be used.

    Why Does The Tone of The Tooth Darken?

    Our teeth not only play vital roles in vital functions, such as eating and speaking, but they are the most important mirror that reflects us in social life. Physiological darkening, aging, canal treatments, foods and beverages – especially coffee, tea and coke -, smoking and antibiotic agents used at younger ages may result in undesired change in the color of the tooth. After your teeth are bleached by your dentist, you can have whiter teeth with one of the tooth bleaching methods.

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    What are Teeth Whitening Methods?

    There are 3 methods for permanent tooth whitening: office type whitening, laser whitening and home type whitening.

    Office Type Tooth Whitening

    Office-type tooth whitening is the fastest and most effective tooth whitening method. It is the whitening process that is performed by the doctor directly by applying the medication in the doctor’s office. One hour application is enough for this kind of procedure. In bleaching treatment, hydrogen peroxide is used at the rate of 15 to 35%.

    The whitening agent must not touch the environment and soft tissues outside the teeth. Isolation should be done very well in order not to harm tissues. While the gums are protected by being covered with a special material, the lips should be removed from the teeth by retractors.

     

    Laser Tooth Whitening

    Laser tooth whitening is an office-type tooth whitening process which is done by laser light. This technique is now the latest technology in permanent tooth whitening.

     

     Teeth Whitening at Home

    10 – 16 – 20 – 22 or 25% carbamide peroxide is used in whitening at home. It is the type of whitening that is performed for 2-3 hours during night or day with transparent plates prepared by the private dentist. The bleaching agent is given to the patient with the plaques. Whitening process is done by the patient. The process of the application is determined by the doctor during the controls.

    Frequently Asked Questions About Teeth Whitening

    Who can apply tooth whitening?

    Tooth whitening procedure can be applied to any adult. However, there are also situations in which implementation may be inconvenient. These:

    • While there is no definitive scientific data on the treatment of teeth whitening during pregnancy, it’s not recommended
    • For the patients who are under the age of 18
    • Patients who are taking cancer treatment
    • Patients with severe gum problems and the patients who have teeth have defects on the surface of the enamel, this treatment should be avoided.

    How persistent is whiteness?

    If the individual color is changes due to eating habits, the whitening process is expected to return when patient goes back to his/her old eating habits. But the teeth do not return to the color before bleaching. After a short application, a more permanent whiteness will be achieved.
    Obtaining whiteness in antibiotic-induced color changes is more difficult but more permanent.
    It is possible to lighten the color after 1 year in whitening process, which is done with the aim of providing general color change. A more permanent whitening will be provided with the consolidation session.

    What are the conditions to be considered during treatment?

    If cigarettes are used, they should never be drunk during treatment. Far away coffee should be consumed less than acidic and cola foods.

    Is Teeth Whitening Harmful?

    There is no harm to teeth whitening done at dentist’s control. There are a lot of researches that prove it is not harmful. The most important thing to keep in mind is; products that contain harmful materials on the market should never be used. Uncontrolled tooth whitening products can cause dental structural defects. Some whitening products are completely abrasive. These are mostly found in toothpicks. In fact, these products are products that cause accumulation on the teeth. They can cause corrosion during long periods of use.

    How Long is Whitening in Teeth Whitening?

    If the individual changes color due to eating habits, the whitening process is expected to return. But the teeth do not return to the color before bleaching. Usually a complementary application may be needed within a year. After a short application, a more permanent whiteness will be achieved.

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