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Teeth Whitening

Over time, teeth may become discolored due to various factors such as consumption of certain foods and beverages (like coffee or tea) or smoking. Patients dissatisfied with their teeth's appearance often choose teeth whitening procedures to restore their teeth's original hue. Two methods of teeth whitening are typically employed: at-home teeth whitening and in-office teeth whitening. You can visit Clinic EGO to consult with our expert dentists and determine the most suitable method for you.

Professional teeth whitening involves applying whitening agents that contain hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide gels. This procedure, which usually takes approximately 1 hour, is performed in the dentist’s office. At-home teeth whitening involves a lower concentration gel and can be left on for several hours.

While there is no definitive limit, teeth whitening is not generally recommended for children and individuals under 18 years old.

Yes, having undergone root canal treatment does not prevent teeth whitening.

Teeth whitening is generally not recommended during pregnancy, as some of the chemicals used in the process may adversely affect fetal health.

Teeth whitening is generally safe. Our dentists take all necessary precautions to mitigate any potential risks.

Pain is not typically experienced during or after the procedure.

Yes, tooth sensitivity is a common, usually temporary, side effect of teeth whitening.

No, the whitening agents used are not harmful to tooth enamel. When the procedure is performed correctly, tooth enamel is not damaged.

Yes, the color can change again over time; however, with proper care, the whitened color can be maintained for several months or even years.

Our dentist will provide information about foods and beverages to avoid after the procedure. By following our dentist’s instructions, you can maintain the whiteness of your teeth.