- Laser Assisted Gum Peeling (Gum Whitening)
Peeling Gums: It is also possible to have gingival peeling with laser used in dental treatment. With the laser, the black appearance of the gingiva, which disturbs people aesthetically, is painlessly removed with the peeling method. We do the peeling process that dermatologists do on the face, in the mouth. The skin inside the mouth is also made up of layers and is layered. By thinning and peeling those layers, we remove the colored upper layer. Thus, we provide an aesthetic image.
Teeth whitening (Bleaching):There are 4 different methods to whiten teeth.
- home teeth whitening
- Office Type (in the clinical setting)teeth whitening
- Single teeth whitening (whitening the inside of the tooth)
- Combined teeth whitening (Both home and office whitening)
The most effective teeth whitening method is combined whitening.
Home bleaching method: Personalized whitening plates are prepared by measuring inside the mouth. A certain amount of whitening gel is added to this prepared plate. (10-15% carbamide peroxide) is applied. It is a treatment that takes an average of 10-15 days to use the plaque for at least 4-6 hours during the day. The point to be considered in home-type teeth whitening is not to apply the gel too much, otherwise the gel overflowing from the plaque will irritate the gums. In such a case, the gums should be washed immediately and a cream containing vitamin E should be applied to the irritated surface.
Office type whitening method: It is a teeth whitening method applied in the clinic. It is a suitable method for patients with time constraints. It provides an effective whitening in a much shorter time. The whitening gel applied on the teeth by the dentist is activated with the help of UV light or laser and the whitening takes an average of 1 hour. As a laser teeth whitening method, it is a teeth whitening method that is applied both in the office and at home. After it is applied in the office or clinic, the process is supported with home bleaching for 2-3 days. known.
- Why are teeth discolored?
Lifelong physiological discoloration, Coloration after amalgam filling, Antibiotic use during infancy, Color change from inside the tooth due to root canal treatment, Coloring of the surface of the tooth due to the use of coffee, tea, tobacco, red wine and mouthwash for a long time, Trauma discoloration due to bleeding inside the tooth as a result of the death of the living tissue inside the tooth.
- Is teeth whitening a permanent procedure?
After bleaching, the color starts to fade over time. During this period, the patient’s colored liquids (tea, coffee, wine, cola) It takes between 6 months and 1 year, depending on smoking and smoking. If it is supported with 1 or 2 sessions every 4-6 months, teeth whitening is made permanent.
- What is laser whitening?
The laser teeth whitening method is used to activate the whitening drug applied to the enamel surfaces and to shorten the time. It is not a painful procedure.