This procedure, called dental whitening, is the act of whitening teeth in order to obtains a clearer and more homogeneous shade..
Teeth are exposed daily to foods that lead to their internal and external pigmentation, the removal of which is only possible bye performing a whitening procedure.
Whitening is done by applying a gel inserted in a tray, whose elements penetrate the tooth surface, requiring only periodic medical control. In situations where a faster whitening effect is desired, in order to accelerate the reaction of the whitening product on the tooth, making it's effect faster, performing this treatment in pnly one session.
In any of the cases, the bleaching treatments must be preceded by clinical observation, in order to establish the indication or contraindication of this treatment; not all the types of stains or discolorations are reversible; in these cases we leave for other aesthetic solutions. Aesthetics and image care are increasingly the reasons for visiting the dentist, and dental whitening is a treatment that is increasingly sought after for it's excellent results.
External Dental Bleaching
Aesthetics and image care are increasingly the reasons for visiting the dentist, and dental whitening is a treatment sought after for it's excellent results.
This procedure is summarized in the act of whitening the teeth, in order to obtain a clearer and more homogeneous tone, where a gel is apllied in a tray, whose elements penetrate the tooth surface, only requiring periodic medical control.
As whith any medical act, it should be previously evaluated by the dentist, in order to establish the indication or contraindication for this treatment.
Not all types of stains or discolorations can be changed, as such for these cases dental veneers are advised.
Warning: patients with dental problems, caries lesions, wear and tear, tooth sensitivity and others may require treatments prior to bleaching.
In general, the most frequent side effects are tooth sensitivity and some gum discomfort that disappears some time after the treatment.
Patients who have dental restorations and dentures may feel the need to replace them at the end of bleaching process, since the bleaching agent does not affect the color of the restorations, only the vital tooth structure.
Internal Tooth Whitening
Internal whitening is a treatment performed on teeth that are darkened due to dental devitalization, in most cases, as well as dental trauma (blows and accidents).
Is a treatment performed specifically on teeth that are devitalized and eventually darkened.
This treatment is performed specifically on the darkened tooth by apllying an agent internally. As such, this treatment can only be performed specifically on the darkened tooth bye applying an agent internally. As such, this treatment can only be performed in a clinic.
The whitening action is not immediate and may take up to a week.