You have a beautiful tooth shape, but you are not satisfied with the color of the enamel? Dental Clinic “Tviy Stomatolog” offers teeth whitening. Thanks to a simple procedure, the smile of your dreams will become a reality. We use professional methods that will allow you to whiten your teeth in several tones in just one visit.
Opalescence Xtra Boost (USA) — is a powerful teeth whitening system that is suitable only for professional use by dentists. The system is effective for all indications, including those used for intracoronal whitening.
The two-component Opalescence Xtra Boost gel has unique characteristics — it contains a neutral pH level (7.0), a high concentration of hydrogen peroxide (38%) and bound water (35%). This allows you to get a quick result, without damaging the enamel. Moreover, the activation of the gel occurs chemically, which eliminates the thermal stress on the teeth, as with other types of whitening.
Amazing White (USA) — a system that is also used to whiten teeth in the clinic. The principle of operation is based on the use of highly active atomic oxygen released from hydrogen peroxide under the influence of cold light from LED lamp. Penetrating into the pores of enamel, oxygen atoms dissolve pigmentation and pollution, and a water molecule leaches them. Due to the fact that in the process hydrogen peroxide decomposes into water and atomic oxygen — the procedure is completely harmless.
ATTENTION! After the procedure, there may be an increased teeth sensitivity, which will go away within a few days.
Care after whitening
- Please note that for a long time it is necessary to observe proper dental care:
- no smoking;
- do not drink black tea, coffee, red wine, Coca-Cola and other coloring drinks;
- do not eat chocolate, berries, jams, red fish, canned food, ketchup, carrots, beets;
- rinse your mouth after each meal, use a toothbrush and floss if necessary.
The dentist will tell you more information at the face-to-face consultation.
Contraindications to the procedure:
- age up to 18 years;
- pregnancy and lactation;
- allergy to drugs;
- congenital high tooth sensitivity;
- enamel erosion;
- deep cracks;
- naked neck of the tooth;
- pathological abrasion of enamel;
- wearing braces;
- periodontal disease.