The process of bleaching done like?
Scaling and polishing teeth before bleaching: we recommend require dentists scaling and polishing teeth before bleaching whitening will increase efficiency of the drug
Asparagus impression: we combine bleaching at home and in the room to increase efficiency and keep the whiteness bleaching is durable.
Bleaching in the dental chair: from 30 to 45 minutes depending on the color of your teeth
More drug delivery and bleaching at home: the staff will guide using bleaching trays using diet and after bleaching
What happens while whitening?
In the teeth whitening process, the active ingredient in the gel – hydrogen peroxide – decomposition into water and oxygen, oxygen enters the enamel. It continues to bleaching, discoloration of teeth stains. The structure of the teeth will not change, only the blemishes, markings on the teeth are being bleached away and teeth will become brighter.
How long until white teeth?
The results of teeth whitening process usually begins visible after the first treatment. Typically, whitening effect will be seen clearly after a second treatment. Will continue to whiten teeth in the next processing times until reaching the desired results.
The final result for most people is what?
Although the results are varied, but, according to our experience, 90% -95% for the number of people treated teeth whitening whiter teeth. Whiter teeth can also 7 whiteness after only one process for 30 minutes or more.
The result is long lasting?
For most people, the results usually last long. Exposure to coffee, tea, tobacco, wine and other dark foods can stain teeth another, leading to tooth discoloration job back over time. We encourage you to use additional whitening at home to prevent tooth discoloration.
Fillings and crowns may be affected by whitening it?
The teeth whitening treatment removes stains from the body, shell tops and tooth without weakening the properties of these materials. However, the color of the material will not whiter than when they were originally placed.
Who should not whiten your teeth?
You should not use this product if:
1. You are pregnant or lactating (consult your doctor first)
2. Do you have bad teeth, worn teeth stock shrinkage or disease gingivitis, periodontal disease is progressing
3. You must be over 14 years old.
4. You are allergic to any ingredient listed (hydrogen peroxide, glycerin)
Making whitening affects tooth enamel?
Absolutely not. Whitening process is effective only removes stains, markings on the teeth to make the teeth seem thinner, brighter without affecting the tooth enamel.
Are there any side effects not?
In some cases, you may feel light sensitive, sensitive teeth and gums a little bit in a short time after the treatment process. You can feel like being dyed temporary teeth but this is completely normal and will disappear within a day.
Safety iBrite light?
IBrite completely safe lamps, light activities in a narrow wavelength range of blue light spectrum and is perfectly safe for teeth and gums (benefit). No harmful UV or IR diode in the light source.
Those cavities or have any kind of gum disease should avoid this treatment.
Shortly after treatment, I can eat or drink?
In the first 24 hours, we recommend that you should avoid foods, beverages colors such as coffee, tea, soda colored crimson, red wine, beer, sweets, red sauce, beet or any food that tends to stain your teeth.