Teeth whitening is a very popular aesthetic procedure that will help you achieve a radiant smile. In our surgical procedures we exclusively use proven and whitening techniques which cause no harm to your oral health. Thanks to this, we can guarantee lasting and visible results. The whole process is simple, efficient, fast and painless.
Combined teeth whitening
The most popular and most effective whitening technique is combined ‘Pure Whitening’.This takes place in such a way that the patient gets an appoinment for a tooth impression (approximately 15-30 minutes) in order for that the whitening carriers to fit perfectly on the upper and lower jaw. In about a week, the patient receives individual carriers and bleaching gels (16% urea peroxide). For 14 days, before going to bed, the carrier with the gel is applied to the cleaned teeth, and the gel subsequently works overnight. This is followed by an whitening in office (1.5 hours), during which the result of whitened teeth is stabilized. Whitening in office is painless. If the teeth were significantly stained before whitening, it is possible to continue home whitening for another three nights after whitening in office.
Combined teeth whitening with Pure Whitening guarantees a great result and its durability.
Home teeth whitening
The patient has an appoinment for a tooth impression (approximately 15-30 minutes) so that the whitening carriers fit perfectly on the upper and lower jaw. Within roughly a week, the patient receives individual carriers and bleaching gels (16% urea peroxide). For 14 days, the carrier with the gel is applied to the cleaned teeth before bed, and the gel works overnight.
Dental hygiene is required before whitening (last visit no later than half a year before the start of whitening). If dentists are scheduled to repair teeth in the anterior section of the teeth, the process of whitening begins, then followed by treatment.
During the whitening treatment, temporary tooth sensitivity may occur, which subsides after whitening is completed. Implants, bridges, crowns and composite tooth fillings are not bleached during whitening. It is not necessary to follow a white diet, however, we recommend reducing smoking and consumption of strongly colored drinks and foods (curries, carbonated soft drinks, green tea) during bleaching. Whitening is a contraindication to pregnancy. Bleaching is suitable from the age of 18, for younger people only with the consent of a legal representative. To maintain the same shade, it is advisable to have your teeth whitened about once a year, using home whitening - the gel is applied for 2-3 nights in pre-made carriers.