Teeth Whitening

There are two types of teeth whitening methods: at-home whitening and in-office whitening. The in-office whitening method, which is performed in a dental clinic under the supervision of a dentist, is considered more reliable due to the professional control.

The at-home whitening method is preferred by patients who have dental phobia. In the in-office whitening method, the first step is to protect the gums. Then, a bleaching agent is applied to the tooth enamel surfaces, and activation is initiated. The fluids in the inner layers of the teeth undergo a change, resulting in tooth whitening.


This procedure typically takes one session (around 30 minutes) but can vary depending on the individual’s tooth color. Therefore, teeth whitening may require 2-3 sessions in some cases. After the whitening treatment, it is important to avoid consuming acidic beverages, smoking, tetracycline-containing medications, coffee, tea, wine, and other staining substances. Teeth whitening procedures can be performed on individuals over the age of 18.

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