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TEETH WHITENING

A sparkling row of white teeth can do wonders for confidence and appearance. Yellowish teeth however, can do the reverse.

Stains/ yellowish tinge on teeth sometimes cannot be removed with simple polishing. Such deep stains can only be gently removed by whitening procedures.

TYPES OF WHITENING PROCESS

HOME KIT WHITENING

For Home Kit Whitening, a customised tray is made which fits nicely over your teeth. You have to wear the whitening solution either overnight when you sleep or wear it as per the manufacturer’s instructions over a period of 2 weeks. The whitening solution comes in different concentration depending on how white or light you want your teeth to be.

CHAIRSIDE WHITENING

For chairside whitening, LED or LASER is used to activate the whitening gel over 3 cycles of about 20 minute per cycle in the dental office. The result is instantaneous as compared to home kit whitening.

WHO IS SUITABLE FOR TEETH WHITENING?

The potential risks of teeth whitening

POST TREATMENT FAQS

  • Avoid dark-coloured foods and beverages as well as smoking for at least a week after whitening. Whenever possible, sip dark-coloured beverages with a straw.
  • Tooth bleaching can cause a temporary increase in tooth sensitivity to temperature.
  • Touch up kit – Apply the gel into the customised trays and insert them over your teeth after 5 days for 5-7 hours per day. You may wish to wear the trays overnight for convenience. After you have completed the touch up procedure, you may store the remaining gel in a refrigerator. You may wish to repeat the touch up procedure every 6-9 months or for 3 days before an important event that you wish to have whiter teeth for. (Whitening Gel refills may be purchased at our clinics). 
  • Teeth will always be lighter than they were before. To keep your teeth looking their best, we recommend flossing, brushing twice daily, and schedule 6 months routine check-up.
  • Avoid acidic and citrus drinks and spicy foods as well as extreme hot or cold temperature foods.
  • Use toothpaste for sensitive teeth.
  • Take pain reliever medication if necessary.

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