Dental whitening has become one of the most popular dental procedures in Poland. The fashion for an impeccably white smile has become one of the reasons for greater care for the appearance of teeth not only among stars. Thanks to today’s technology, each of us can dazzle with a smile!
At Dental Fraternity, you can whiten your teeth using two methods:
- home (overlay)
Both methods are very popular among our patients. It is also possible to whiten dead teeth. Before the whitening procedure, you should professionally clean your teeth in a dental hygiene office.
Home method whitening
Home whitening is performed by the patient himself at home. The patient chooses the time of day when the whitening will be performed.
The first stage of patient preparation for whitening is taking impressions in order to make special, individual splints in the prosthetic laboratory. After making the overlays and checking if they fit and adhere perfectly to the patient’s teeth, the doctor provides the patient with overlays, whitening gel and detailed instructions on the use of overlays and whitening preparations. The doctor supervises the whitening effect during the follow-up visit immediately after home whitening.
Professional whitening in the office is the most popular cosmetic procedure in today’s dentistry.
In-office whitening is performed in a dentist’s office during one visit. This is possible thanks to the use of the latest technology, which uses blue light, which activates the whitening gel, thus accelerating the oxidation processes, and thus the whitening effect. Bleaching with this method takes an average of 60 to 90 minutes.
Dead teeth can also be whitened at the Dental Fraternity clinic.
In the case of dead teeth, the whitening preparation is placed inside the tooth. Temporary fillings are put on during the whitening process. It should be remembered that a dead tooth must be properly root canaled. After the dead tooth is whitened, a permanent filling is placed. The number of visits of a patient undergoing such whitening varies from 2 to 4 – the number of visits is an individual matter for each patient and it is agreed directly with the doctor.