Teeth Cleaning

Teeth Whitening

Bleaching is the process of lightening the color of teeth with medical or aesthetical indication.
Medical indications of bleaching include various diseases such as tetracycline discolorations, fluorosis. Aesthetically, whitening can be done to improve the psychology of the patient with severe dark-tone teeth. Bleaching can be performed by several techniques depending on the patient’s condition and the course of the case. Some reoccurrence can happen and bleaching may need to be repeated every few years.
It is our smile that makes us feel noticed and gives us happiness. What makes our smile effective is our white healthy teeth.
Clinical Teeth Whitening (In-Office Bleaching)
Clinical tooth whitening, as the name implies, is a whitening process performed directly by the dentist in the clinic. In Office Bleaching, which is made with blue light and whitening gel under the control of your dentist. Teeth color will get brighter at the end of the procedure a few tones and it can be maintained for a long time.

After the completion of this application in our centers, we advise our patients to avoid cigarette, coffee, red wine, etc. coloring agents. To maintain the whiteness of the teeth, there may be a need for the use of daily household plaques. Otherwise, your teeth can change color over time.

Laser Whitening (Professional Whitening)
The modern technology of lasers enables us to achieve successful results easily in many different treatments in the field of medicine and is an important tool in tooth whitening.
With this technique the teeth can retain their whiteness for a long time if the dentist’s recommendations are followed carefully.

About Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening can be performed under the control of the dentist. It should be noted that this procedure should be performed under the supervision of the physician and in accordance with the his/her instructions.
Dental caries and cavities in the teeth are susceptible to this process and if not treated bleaching can cause unwanted problems.
To get a successful result in teeth whitening application scaling and cleaning of the teeth must be performed by the dentist before starting the whitening process.
If the patient has prosthesis, aesthetic filling or other applications, the whitening process will not be effective on these teeth and the prosthesis or aesthetic filling treatment should be renewed after whitening to achieve the same color tone.
To have free white teeth that will allow us to speak and laugh freely, we must brush our teeth regularly. Cigarettes, tea, coffee, and carbonated drinks are important factors that can cause our teeth to turn yellow and we need to stay away from them to keep our teeth white.

Is it harmful to the teeth?
There is no harm could happen to the health of your teeth during or after whitening applications controlled by the dentist.
Today, different methods are used for teeth whitening. We advise you to whiten your teeth without harm. Most of the whitening products currently in the market do whiten our teeth by bleaching and burning logic. We recommend that you avoid such products because these products will start to harm your healthy teeth over time. We recommend that you consult a dentist experienced in this area before using the commercially available tooth whitening products.

In dentistry, teeth are collected in 4 different color groups. White, yellow, gray and brown. If your teeth are in the yellow teeth group by their primary color, they can be brighten up two levels in the shades of yellow tooth color on the color scale. In order to give you more detailed information about this subject, your dentist should see and evaluate your teeth according to color scale.