There are two types of tooth whitening:
1. Office Bleaching (Clinical Type Laser Whitening)
2. Home Bleaching (Home Type Plate Whitening)
Office Bleaching; Gums are protected and whitening is done by activating the whitening agent applied on the teeth with a special laser device.
After tooth whitening (Bleaching), more or less sensitivity is often seen in each patient (very rarely seen at all). These sensitivities are temporary and disappear within 1-3 days.
Cigarettes, tea, coffee, chocolate, red wine, sour cherry, caramel, tomato paste etc. should not be used for 1 week after the end of the process. Otherwise the resulting whiteness will be returned.
At certain intervals (every 2-3 years) home bleaching (home bleaching) can be supported. Patients who do not meet these rules may be able to return, and bleaching may be done again as a result.