Your smile is one of the most important aspects of your appearance
Many people wish for a white and beautiful smile. With the advancement of new aesthetic dental treatments, a stunning, memorable smile is now easily within your reach!
Whitening of the teeth is performed for patients who desire a brighter smile. Tooth whitening can be performed to reduce discoloration and staining, or simply to provide the patient with whiter, brighter teeth. The procedure can be performed entirely in the dental office or it can be performed by the patient in their home, using materials provided by the dentist.
Bleaching whitens your teeth gently and in a short amount of time by using active oxygen. The term “teeth whitening” can refer to a number of techniques to improve the brightness of the patient’s teeth. Scientific studies have shown that there is no indication of permanent damage to dental tissue or tooth structure by bleaching under supervision of a dentist. Bleaching is a sufficient way to treat tooth staining and tooth colouration quickly and effectively.
One of our most popular cosmetic dentistry services is in-office teeth whitening. Power Bleaching whitens even most persistent tooth staining in a gentle way within one session by our dental hygienist. The whitening of your teeth takes about 90 to 120 minutes. During this time you can listen to music and relax.
Alternatively you can take over the treatment yourself by using tooth splints made especially for you. Therefore. laboratory fabricated and individualised fitted plastic splints will be made to the teeth completely. You will be closely advised by our dental team how to bleach your teeth correctly step by step at home.
An internal bleaching can be used if there is a tooth which has resisted other whitening methods. This is mainly the case with devitalized teeth (dead teeth) The bleaching agent will be applied into the hollow tooth pulp cavity to reach internal discolouration which could cause a grey or brown appearance of the dental gums. As the whitening takes place gradually. it should be repeated several times in order to achieve exactly the desired whiteness. Once the result has been perfected, the crown of the tooth is then sealed permanently again.