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One of the most common reasons why patients see a dentist is that they are not satisfied with the color of their teeth. There are various reasons for the dark color on teeth. Teeth may be stained due to colorful beverages such as tea, coffee, and tobacco and the existence of tartar are some of the causes of discoloration. This discoloration can be removed by cleaning the surface of the teeth (scaling) and polishing it with a special paste.

Office Bleaching

However, if the patient’s natural teeth color is dark, if there is a change in color due to use of antibiotics or root canal treatment, then the teeth can be whitened by bleaching.

There are two stages of teeth whitening. In the office type teeth whitening treatment, the gums are closed with a protective barrier and special bleaching gel is applied to the surface of the teeth and then a blue light is shone on them to activate the whitening. The process takes about 20-30 minutes and there is no pain. According to the need of the patient, it can be repeated 2-3 sessions more.

Home Bleaching

In home type teeth whitening treatment, a gel with less whitening impact is used. Special whitening plaques and gel are prepared for the patient and the dentist describes how to use them. The mold stays in the mouth for 6-8 hours during sleep for 2 weeks.

Factors, Monitoring, and Long-Term Maintenance

The color of the teeth, the patient’s age and the structure of the enamel are important components when deciding on the type of the whitening treatment. The color of the teeth is recorded at the beginning and the end of the treatment so that the difference can be observed. The most important factor in the success of the treatment is the patient’s adaptation to the treatment. You should avoid all kinds of beverages and food with dark color and smoking and take care of your oral health. As a result, you will be able to keep the new color for a longer period.