In the oral cavity teeth are exposed to many negative factors (consummation of tea, coffee, colored drinks and so on...) that cause pigmentation off teeth, and very often your teeth are not as white as you would have wished. Today teeth whitening therapy enables achieving the perfect smile in just one visit!

Who is a candidate for whitening?

Patients who have regular oral hygiene, and would like to make their smile even more beautiful are candidates for whitening therapy.

What is the whitening therapy like?

Before the procedure itself we analyze x ray of your teeth and and decide on the procedure by clinical control. Sometimes it is necessary to make preliminary actions like changing old fillings with temporary ones, and after that permanent ones are made when the wanted teeth color is achieved after the whitening. The whitening procedure is: first gums are protected and the whitening paste is applied to the teeth. During the entire procedure, that lasts for one hour, it is applied 2-3 times for 15 minutes. During the whitening procedure may appear passing sensitivity to cold, and if that happens special gel for sensitiveness is applied. After two weeks the color will be stable, but in that period it is necessary to have regular oral hygiene and avoid colored drinks, cigarettes, spinach and so on. Power bleach is a technique that makes your therapy very comfortable and relax while providing extraordinary results!

What therapy is used for whitening?

The therapy we use is based on hydrogen-peroxide with neutral pH from 6.9 as an active ingredient for whitening.

Is whitening bad for your teeth?

Opalescence boost is a tooth whitening system that contains pH factor that releases active fluoride which is implemented in tooth enamel which strengtheners the teeth and protects them for cavities.

There are, however, many products on the market for tooth whitening that guarantee success even without visiting your dentist. Unqualified usage of teeth whitening products may lead to numerous complications such as: uneven whitening, teeth which are too white or tooth pain (especially if tooth has a large filling). This also applies to "toothpaste for whitening" which have a bigger amount of abrasives. Long term usage of such toothpaste in combination with irregular teeth brushing may lead to over sensitive teeth to hot or cold and to creation of so called mechanical damages to enamel near gums.