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Teeth whitening

What is Devital Whitening ?

It is a method applied to remove the discoloration of teeth that have undergone root canal treatment or have lost their vitality before. The filling in the tooth is removed. A whitening gel is applied inside the tooth by the dentist. The tooth is then closed with a temporary filling. The sessions are repeated until the desired color is achieved. When the targeted color is reached, the whitening process is completed by making the permanent filling of the tooth.

To Whom Can Teeth Whitening Be Applied? What Should Be Considered?

Before starting the whitening process, it should be analyzed in detail whether the teeth are suitable for whitening. Cracks, bruises, old fillings on the tooth surface should be treated before whitening and the patient should be informed about this. In some patients, the enamel layer is very thin and the dentin layer of the tooth is exposed in places. Such cases are not suitable for whitening treatment. Apart from these, bleaching can be applied to patients with widespread recession in their gums, protecting their gums and root surfaces.

Does Teeth Whitening Harm Teeth ?

No! According to the results of the research, effective and reliable results are obtained in whitening performed under the supervision of a physician. The bleaching agents of these bleaching agents (hydrogen peroxide or carbomide peroxide) do not harm the tooth enamel. It is very important to apply the right substances under the control of a physician.

What are Teeth Whitening and Teeth Whitening Methods?

White teeth have an important place in daily life in terms of hygiene, self-confidence and aesthetic appearance. However, in addition to physiological reasons, teeth can be discolored due to internal and external reasons such as smoking, antibiotic use, excessive coffee and tea consumption. These discolorations on the teeth can be whitened with different teeth whitening methods performed in the office and home environment. Teeth whiteness, which is provided with the necessary attention and care, can be long-term. It is necessary to consult a dentist about teeth whitening and to apply personalized treatment methods.

How Is Teeth Whitening Made?

Whitening is done with two different methods, office type and home type. Office type whitening is done by the physician in the clinic. The ratio of the whitening active ingredient in the bleaching agent used is higher than in home bleaching. In this way, it is possible to provide an effective whitening in a short time. A gingival barrier is applied to protect the gums during the procedure. Then, the whitening agent is applied to the teeth in the smile line and activated by laser. The process is continued until the desired whitening is achieved in 2 or 3 sessions, one session for 30 minutes.
In home bleaching, a personalized plaque is prepared by measuring the lower and upper teeth of the patient. Whitening agent suitable for home type given by the physician is placed in this plate. Whitening is applied by keeping the plaques in the mouth for 6-8 hours. Since the active ingredient of the bleaching agent is low in home-type application, it is necessary to use it for 2-3 weeks to achieve the desired whiteness. Home bleaching can be done alone, or it can be done to prolong and support the effect of office whitening.

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