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Everything You Need To Know About Teeth Whitening
It is a whitening process applied in a home environment by using tooth molds specially prepared by the dentist together with a whitening gel. Whitening is achieved by placing the molds on the teeth as recommended by the dentist for at least 4 hours a day, while the person usually goes to bed for 1 to 4 weeks.
It is the application performed by the dentist in a clinical environment that provides whitening on the tooth surface up to 2-3 tons in an average of 1 hour. Photothermal (Thermal Light) and Photochemical (Chemical Light Application) laser and whitening feature is performed by activating the gel, followed by the application of Fluoride, strengthening the tooth enamel and taking protective measures against tooth decay.
- Often cold-hot sensitivity can be observed after the procedure.
- In these treatments, some people may experience discoloration in the gums and some people may experience irritation in the gums.
- In the procedures applied at home, the person should apply the whitening gel for more than the recommended time; causes abrasion of tooth enamel.
- Children under the age of 16, whose oral and dental health has not completed yet
- Pregnant and breastfeeding persons
- People with sensitive teeth and gum problems,
- Those with product and peroxide (Tooth Whitening active ingredient) allergy
- People with poor oral health, many decays and gum problems,
- People diagnosed with oral (oral) cancer,
Written on 01/01/2018
Last Update: 22/04/2021