The splint should be filled with the gel and then put on the teeth. It is a combined bleaching, i.e. the clients will apply the gel for 14 days by themselves and the day 15 is set for finishing the process in the doctor’s office. The splints should be worn several hours a day, preferably during bed time. The result is a long lasting white smile.
When is it necessary to skip tooth whitening
Our specialist will advise you whether teeth whitening is the right solution for you. However, in the following cases, the procedure is risky and bleaching is not recommended.
- You have paradontitis/periodontitis/exposed tooth necks
- You have high tooth decay
- You are a heavy smoker
- You have many fillers, crowns and bridges
- You are pregnant or breast-feeding
- You are younger than 18-year-old
Teeth Whitening and Sensitive Teeth
Some patients have experienced increased tooth sensitivity during the teeth whitening. However, it is only a temporary state. Pure Whitening Gel contains no preservatives, stabilizers and substances promoting increased sensitivity.
What are you most frequent questions
With teeth whitening, we can change the shade only of the teeth alive, i.e. our own teeth. It is not possible to change the colour of prosthetic restorations - crowns, bridges or implants. The solution is individual. In many cases, the colour difference is not visible. In some cases, however, the implant or crown must be remodelled. Our expert will best advise you personally. If you are interested in teeth whitening or consultation regarding the state, do not hesitate and book an appointment.
Whitening does not damage your teeth or enamel, it is safe. The materials we use are safe, approved and fully certified.
The whitening procedure can be done at most once a year. In-house bleached teeth should preserve this new colour for about 3 to 5 years. However, your teeth will never return to the original colour shade. The durability of the performance also depends on dental hygiene, home care, or even your eating habits.