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Teeth Whitening

Although most people have healthy teeth, they do not want to laugh or even open their mouths because they are ashamed of the color of the teeth. Dentistry transcends the borders at the point reached today and offers solutions far beyond the known methods. 
Professional whitening; uses high concentration bleach gels special to aesthetic dentistry. The “In-Office Whitening” technique offers the fastest results with the most powerful whitening solutions available. First, it is covered with a protective barrier to ensure the safety of your gums and root surfaces. Teeth whitening is a process that must be done under the control of the dentist. It may not be suitable for everyone. 


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Teeth Whitening

Your dentist will be able to help you understand the cause of your discoloration and whether a whitening treatment is the best way to address it. 
For example, teeth whitening doesn't work the same for all types of stains and discoloration. Typically, whitening treatments are better at brightening teeth that are yellow than teeth that are grey, brown or black. 
If your teeth have been discolored by staining food and drinks, tobacco or medication, your dentist might recommend avoiding these in order to maintain the results of your whitening treatment. 

And, of course, if the discoloration is caused by an underlying dental issue, this will need to be addressed first. 
Teeth whitening is a non-invasive treatment that doesn't involve surgery, but there can still be risks if instructions and regulations aren't followed. 
Teeth whitening products sold over the counter in Australia may not contain more than 6% hydrogen peroxide or 18% carbamide peroxide, as higher concentrations can carry a risk of chemical burns. Higher strength products may only be used by a registered dental professional.
Beyazlatma işlemi tek seansta yapılır. Bu amaçla dişetleri izole edilerek dişler üzerine beyazlatma özelliğine sahip bir jel uygulanır. Diş dokusunun yapısına ve renk tonuna bakarak hekiminizin kararına göre jeli aktive etmek için lazer, halojen veya LED gibi özel ışık kaynakları kullanılır.
Evde yapılan beyazlatma yöntemi de diş hekiminin denetiminde yapılır. İlk randevuda diş hekimi hastanın dişlerinden ölçü alır ve bu ölçüyle dişlerin üzerine geçecek şeffaf bir plak hazırlar. Evde beyazlatma yapılan kişi tarafından kullanılan bu plak, hastanın dişlere beyazlatma maddesini uygulamasını ve diş etlerinin korunmasını sağlar.
If a whitening treatment isn't performed correctly, you could risk injury or uneven results. If the bleaching agent comes into contact with your gums or other soft tissues in your mouth, there may be a risk of chemical burns. That’s why it’s important to at least consult a dental professional about any whitening product before using it. 
Some people find that their teeth and gums feel more sensitive for a few days after teeth whitening, especially during in-chair treatments. Your dentist can advise you on possible side effects and what to expect. 
Generally, it’s best for pregnant women and new mothers to avoid teeth whitening - chemicals from the treatment can enter the placenta and breast milk. 
It’s best to have realistic expectations before undergoing any whitening treatment. Your dentist should be able to explain what you can probably expect. 
Not all whitening treatments are equally effective on all people, and not all teeth will whiten to the same degree. Teeth whitening can change a tooth's color by several shades, meaning teeth that are more stained or discolored won't whiten to the same degree as teeth that were whiter originally. 
Teeth whitening has become a popular way to prepare for weddings and other social events where people want to look their best. But because some treatments can take time to be effective, you should make sure you leave enough time before the big day. 
Home whitening kits using gels can take up to two weeks to achieve results, while whitening toothpastes can take up to four weeks and generally have less dramatic results. If you have your teeth whitened professionally by your dentist (sometimes called an “in-chair” treatment), the treatment may be completed in a single appointment. 
Teeth whitening isn't permanent, but how long the effects last will depend on the type of treatment you have and how well you look after your teeth afterwards. 
In most cases, teeth whitening can last from six months up to two years. There's more chance of your teeth staying whiter for longer if you avoid smoking and staining food and drinks such as tea, coffee and beetroot. 
Last Update : 20/01/2022