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Teeth whitening can restore their natural colour or even make them brighter than they have ever been, and with modern materials, we can achieve this safely. Tooth whitening is one of the most commonly performed procedures in cosmetic dentistry. Back in ancient Rome, people tried to keep the whiteness of their smiles using goat’s milk and urine.

A thorough dental examination of the entire oral cavity is required before treatment. If there is inflammation of the gums, dental caries, or other diseases of the oral cavity, they should be repaired before treatment begins.

The active components of all bleaching preparations are hydrogen or carbamide peroxide. There are two ways teeth whitening can be done:

a. Home technique – in which the patient carries individually made foils at his home, in which he places bleaching material. The wearing time of the foil during the day varies depending on the concentration of bleaching material in the product and can range from 30 minutes to 8 hours per day.

b. In-office bleaching

If you’re having a wedding, celebration, travelling on vacation, or just don’t want to wait two weeks for a new smile, we have a solution for you. Under doctor’s supervision, we can whiten your teeth in just an hour.

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During the bleaching process, transiently increased sensitivity of the teeth to hot and cold may occur, which can be easily resolved by using a lower concentration bleaching agent. Increased sensitivity occurs more frequently after in-office bleaching.

All side effects, if any, are temporary and transient.

Bleaching results are long-lasting, but the colour of your teeth is naturally influenced by the use of coffee, cigarettes, and brightly coloured drinks and food. To always retain the colour we have achieved, it is necessary to repeat the treatment partially (for a day or two) once a year.

Call us today and we will make your smile shine from today!