Teeth whitening

Which type of teeth whitening is right for me?
If the color of your teeth is close to white and we want to whiten a few tones, only laser or home whitening may be enough. However, if your teeth are too dark due to cigarettes, coffee or tea, the most effective and efficient method of teeth whitening can be combined whitening. In order to be able to decide on the method of teeth whitening that suits you, you need to be examined.

I have sensitivity in my teeth. Can I bleach them?
The biological method of teeth whitening can be applied to people with sensitive teeth. The substance that causes sensitivity in the bleaching process is hydrogen peroxide. The rate of this substance in the biological teeth whitening gel is very low.

What are the things I should follow after whitening?
As with other bleaching methods, especially in the first two weeks after the biological bleaching process, tea, coffee, wine, acidic liquids such as cola and tobacco should be avoided. Otherwise, the whitening effect may be reduced.

Are there any harms or side effects from teeth whitening?
Bleaching methods can cause sensitivity. This sensitivity of the teeth can be to very hot and cold food and drinks. This is a normal and expected side effect. Tooth sensitivity is expected to pass within 24-48 hours.

Is the effect of teeth whitening permanent?
After bleaching, the color begins to fade over time. This period varies depending on the use of liquids such as tea, coffee, wine, cola and smoking. It takes between 6 months and 1 year. If maintained with 1 or 2 sessions every 4-6 months, teeth whitening is permanent.