Teeth Bleaching / Whitening
 


 

Tooth bleaching, also known as tooth whitening, is a common procedure in general dentistry but most especially in the field of cosmetic dentistry. Bleaching is a process by which teeth are whitened using peroxidase based compounds to improve their colour.
Teeth whitening is the process of removing stains and discolouration from teeth and improving their colour through a bleaching process to make them look "whiter".

 

Your smile is important. It’s one of the first things someone notices when they meet you. A whiter, ever brighter smile can instantly make you feel better and help making a memorable impression. However, sometimes lifestyle choices such as smoking, drinking tea, coffee, cola or red wine etc. and inevitable ageing process can result in stained and darkened teeth. Over the years medication and inadequate oral hygiene can also contribute to this problem. The change in this process is so gradual that you wouldn’t even notice. We offer instant solutions to bring a surprise difference in your smile. We use the most globally advanced technology for whitening.

 

- Bleaching or Teeth Whitening will lighten teeth in around 80% cases. Teeth that tend to yellow are easiest to lighten. - Bleaching in adults causes little, if any, discomfort.
- Bleaching live or vital teeth involves coating the outside of the teeth with a chemical solution -the oxidizing agent- and exposing them to heat or light for 20-30 minutes.
- Teeth can be bleached even if their nerves have been removed as in the case with Root Canal Therapy . In fact such teeth referred by dentists as non-vital or pulpless teeth are easier to bleach than vital teeth.One method of Bleaching these teeth involves reopening the canal which previously contained nerves, placing a bleaching solution inside and re-sealing the canal with a temporary filling. The bleaching process continues until the agent is removed and can be repeated until the satisfactory lightening takes place.
- Bleaching or Teeth Whitening will lighten teeth in around 80% cases. Teeth that tend to yellow are easiest to lighten.
- Bleaching in adults causes little, if any, discomfort.
- Bleaching live or vital teeth involves coating the outside of the teeth with a chemical solution -the oxidizing agent- and exposing them to heat or light for 20-30 minutes.
- Teeth can be bleached even if their nerves have been removed as in the case with Root Canal Therapy . In fact such teeth referred by dentists as non-vital or pulpless teeth are easier to bleach than vital teeth.One method of Bleaching these teeth involves reopening the canal which previously contained nerves, placing a bleaching solution inside and re-sealing the canal with a temporary filling. The bleaching process continues until the agent is removed and can be repeated until the satisfactory lightening takes place.