Dental bleaching

Teeth Whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure that uses special means to whiten a discolored tooth enamel. The color of tooth enamel changes for many reasons. The biggest influence on the color of a smile is: consumption of coloring products (coffee, tea, red wine, cola, tobacco), less heredity, various dental injuries, inflammation, use of antibiotics (tetracycline), excess fluoride.

Teeth whitening. Will it fit?

Do not whiten teeth with worn enamel, gingivitis, periodontitis. It is recommended to postpone this procedure to pregnant, nursing women, persons under 18 years. Be aware that seals and dental crowns do not fade, so restorations after bleaching may need to be changed or adjusted.

If you decide to whiten your teeth, you should consult a knowledgeable dentist. He will evaluate your teeth to see if teeth whitening is right for you, answer any questions you may have, and select the most appropriate whitening method.