Teeth Whitening

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WHY TO BLEAN YOUR TEETH IN BB DENTAL DENTAL OFFICES?

Teeth whitening is a restoration of the natural color of the teeth and, in some cases, an even lighter shade than the natural ones. There are different ways to whiten your teeth, but the most commonly used methods by dental specialists are office whitening, professional home whitening, and endodontically treated teeth whitening.

Types of teeth whitening

CABINET BLEACH (OFFICE BLEACH) FOR 1 HOUR

CABINET BLEACH (OFFICE BLEACH) FOR 1 HOUR

How is it done?

  1. Tartar cleaning and sticking on the teeth
  2. Apply a protective layer that protects the gums
  3. Apply the whitening gel to the teeth, which is allowed to act for 15-20 minutes. This step is repeated a total of 3 times to achieve the desired result. 
  4. Instructions for maintaining the result 
  5. Tartar cleaning and sticking on the teeth
  6. Apply a protective layer that protects the gums
  7. Apply the whitening gel to the teeth, which is allowed to act for 15-20 minutes. This step is repeated a total of 3 times to achieve the desired result. 
  8. Instructions for maintaining the result 

 HOME BLEACH 

How is it done?

  1. Tartar cleaning and sticking on the teeth
  2. Taking teeth prints that are needed to make individual splints
  3. On the next visit, the tires are already ready and instructions for use are given
  4. The whitening gel is placed in the individual rails, the rails are worn during the day or during sleep for several hours.
  5. After 10-14 days the achieved result is reported and instructions for its maintenance are given 

INTERNAL BLEACH

How is it done?

  1. A hole is made in the tooth

2. Place a pad on the groove filling, which protects the filling from the bleaching agent.

3. The bleaching agent (most often hydrogen peroxide) is supplied.

4. A temporary seal is inserted to hold the whitening agent in the tooth.

5. A follow-up visit is scheduled, at which the dentist assesses whether a repeat procedure is required. If the patient and the doctor are satisfied, the bleaching agent is removed and a temporary seal is placed. It is best to put the permanent seal after 3 weeks, because before that maximum bond strength between the tooth and the permanent seal cannot be achieved before.

 * Internal (endogenous) whitening is done on dead teeth that have undergone endodontic (root) treatment, but have changed color due to internal staining of tooth structures from blood and other fluids that have penetrated them. Unlike external whitening, in which teeth are bleached from the outside in, internal whitening brightens the teeth from the inside out.