1. Home Bleaching:
It is a whitening method that the patient can apply himself. The physician takes measurements from the patient’s mouth, and according to this measurement, a special protective gel is applied on the teeth to prevent damage to the gums, and medicated thin rubber molds are prepared that the patient can put on and take off. The patient wears these patterns for at least 6 to 8 hours a day, preferably during sleep for 1 to 4 weeks.
2. Tooth Bleaching in the Clinic (Office Bleaching):
It is a whitening method performed by a physician. The whitening drug is placed on the tooth by the experienced physician, and a blue/green light source is kept on the tooth for a certain period of time and the result is observed immediately (after a procedure that takes 45-50 minutes).
Although both methods are very effective, the decision of which one should be preferred depends on the area where the tooth cleaning is applied, the degree of tooth discoloration, how quickly the treatment is desired to be terminated and the opinion of the physician.
3. Combined Teeth Whitening: The dentist first applies the teeth whitening method in the clinic, then the patient continues the whitening method at home, and when he comes back after 1 week, he will see that his teeth have whitened more than either method. So this whitening is a more effective whitening method.
Teeth Whitening Applications;
Tooth stone cleaning
Tooth Tartar Cleaning
Tooth Bacteria Cleaning
Brushed Tooth Cleaning
Brushed Tooth Tartar Cleaning
Cleaning of Tea and Coffee Stains on the Teeth
Beam Tooth Cleaning
Instead of having porcelain veneer, teeth whitening method is applied to darkened or yellowed teeth, and at the end of this process, the teeth are opened up to 3-5 tons depending on their condition.