Tooth Whitening-Bleaching

Bleaching is a tooth whitening method applied by the dentist in the clinical environment. With today's developing technologies, success rate is rising and it stands out as a reliable tooth whitening method.

  • In this method, a protective layer is first made to protect the gums.
  • The bleaching chemical gel is applied by the dentist to exposed tooth surfaces.
  • A special light source is kept on the teeth for a certain period of time.
  • The result can be seen immediately after the operation.
  • After the necessary cleaning is done, the process is completed. While the highly effective bleaching tooth whitening method usually produces one seansta result, the number of sessions may increase according to the degree of coloring.

Why do unwanted stains occur in the teeth?

There may be many reasons for this. The most common ones are; Old age, the consumption of materials (coffee, tea, cola, cigarettes, etc.) that dyes teeth, trauma, old dentures, coatings, padding. The use of antibiotics (tetracycline) or excessive fluoride used during the formation of the teeth may also cause coloring in the teeth.
This may be due to the structure of the teeth, as well as the coloring of the dental agents, the antibiotic or fluoride in the age of development, the cause of an impact from the tooth, with age.

Who can apply the whitening process?

Almost everyone! However, there are some situations where treatment may not be effective. Your dentist will determine if your teeth are suitable for this procedure with a complete in-mouth check and diagnosis. If your teeth are healthy, it is the ideal solution for a whiter and natural smile. It is important to keep in mind that the colors of the porcelain teeth and the fillings are fixed and will not whiten whiteness.
In addition to the various materials used in whitening, the most popular today are those containing 35% hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. Often office-type whitening is done at the physician's control, so the percentage of desired whiteness is much higher. Not every product sold in the market under the name of whitening should be desired; Otherwise, there may be permanent permanent deterioration in our teeth, gums and minerals ...

What are Teeth Whitening Methods?

There are 3 types of treatment for this treatment.
1- Office bleaching (whitening done on the office physician control)
It is a whitening method which is performed by activating the bleaching agent applied on the teeth with a laser source. Laser whitening can whiten the upper jaw in half an hour and the lower jaw in half an hour.
2-Home Bleaching (Home bleaching)
In this method, the physician receives the measurement from the teeth and the laboratory transmits this measurement. By this measure, a thin, transparent plaque that fits over your teeth is prepared. Tooth whitening is performed by applying tooth whitening agent to this plate before bedtime. Bleaching occurs at night. How many nights your doctor will do will appear at the end of the examination.
3-Devital Bleaching (Female bleaching with duct treatment)


The whiteness of the teeth is primarily related to the initial colors. The yellow tone teeth can easily whiten 6-8 tons, whitening the teeth in the green-gray tone is more difficult. In short, whitening will vary from person to person, and your physician will give you an idea of ​​how much your first seansta teeth will whiten.


Less than 10% of practitioners may feel a slight tingling or tenderness after application. This is more likely to occur in people with slight wear and cracks in their teeth. If there are too many abrasions, it may be necessary to close those areas with a filler. If sensitivity is achieved, it is relieved with a mild pain reliever.
You have to stay away from very hot / cold beverages and foodstuffs as well as dyed agents like cigarettes, coffee, tea, cola until 24 hours after application.


  • The wrong whitening of your doctor can not be achieved with the desired whiteness ... (especially whitening is limited in the 4th type in the coloration of tetracycline).
  • Gum irritation and pain: It is usually a temporary condition. The intervention of the physician is remedied within 3 days by the application of necessary agents and the interruption of treatment.
  • Hypersensitivity in teeth: The application of protective and tenderness agents (mainly fluorine) and a short interruption of treatment shortens the problem completely.
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