Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is the process of removing the discoloration that occurs in the structure of the teeth (enamel and dentin layer). As a result of this application, the color of the teeth can be cleared a few tones.

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Over time, color changes occur in the teeth. Consuming acidic beverages, smoking or consuming sugary foods turns the color of the teeth yellow. Yellow-looking teeth do not present an aesthetically appealing appearance.

Teeth whitening is an application that is demanded by many people today, as it evokes cleaning and care for lighter teeth.

Some discolorations on the teeth can be removed by cleaning and polishing the calculus. However, it is possible to remove the discolorations that cannot be removed in this way or to lighten the tooth's own color a few more tones with the teeth whitening methods to be applied by your dentist.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequent and prolonged consumption of tea, coffee, cigarettes, colored and acidic beverages leads to discoloration of the teeth. There are many other reasons for the coloration. These:

  • Some drugs used during pregnancy and breastfeeding,
  • Antibiotics, especially tetracycline derivatives used at a young age,
  • Structural defects in congenital tooth structure,
  • Prolonged consumption of excessively fluoridated drinking water,
  • Cracks on the tooth surface due to trauma or accident,
  • Darkening of tooth color due to aging.

The tooth that has undergone root canal treatment loses its vitality, may lose its bright, vivid color over time, and may turn yellow or discoloration may occur over time depending on the material placed inside the tooth. In such discolorations, it is possible to whiten the related tooth with special techniques alone.

If teeth whitening is performed under the supervision of a dentist, it is extremely effective and safe.

One of the important criteria in whitening is that the person obeys all the rules during the whitening period. In this respect, whitening should only be done by people who can apply all the directives of the dentist and follow the rules during whitening at the maximum level.

Before teeth whitening, if the person has rotten teeth in his mouth, fillings should be done first. It is also necessary to restore these areas with aesthetic fillings in people who have enamel erosion in the areas of their teeth adjacent to the gingiva. Otherwise, excessive sensitivity may occur during the whitening process in teeth with decayed and wear-related defects.

In people whose gums are inflamed and gingival recession is more than normal, first of all, the gums should be restored to the desired health. Bleaching can only be considered after the gums have been brought to an acceptable state. Otherwise, severe sensitivity and failure may be encountered during the whitening process.

Your porcelain veneers, bridges or aesthetic fillings cannot be whitened with the bleaching method. These may need to be changed to match the color of your newly whitened teeth. Therefore, if you are complaining about the color of your teeth, consult your dentist for whitening before these treatments.

In individuals with excessive smoking, teeth whitening should not be applied before cigarette consumption is reduced to a reasonable level. Otherwise, it will not be possible to obtain a successful result.

You can find many toothpastes for whitening teeth in the cosmetic aisles of pharmacies or grocery stores. Pastes do not change the natural color of the teeth, they can only be effective in removing the discoloration that has occurred on the teeth. Since toothpastes clean the tooth mechanically, if used too much or applied with hard brushing, it can cause tooth wear. Therefore, it is useful to avoid using toothpastes for whitening as much as possible.

No. Teeth whitening shows different results from person to person. Many factors such as the age of the person, the structural features of the tooth, and the natural color of the tooth directly affect the whitening process.