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Teeth Whitening


Teeth Whitening


Teeth whitening is removing stains from the tooth surface and reclaiming the natural color of the teeth. Whitening is a one-time procedure completed by a dentist. It is amongst the most popular and generally chosen cosmetic method. With the arrival of the latest Dental technology, we have advanced whitening treatment methods which strike strong and long-lasting results. For better results, do get it done from a trained dental professional


The enamel that reflects your tooth's natural color can stain or dentin which is the inner surface of teeth stains and yellows the teeth. The causes of tooth discoloration are varied. Though it can prevent many causes yet, there are some which are not in control. The causes of discoloration are:

  • Consuming tea, coffee, wine, and cola frequently.
  • Smoking cigarettes and chewing tobacco
  • High intake of fluoride during childhood
  • Damage of developing permanent teeth due to accident or trauma
  • Aging can also contribute to the staining of teeth as with age, the enamel gets thinner, exposing the dentin below. With age, the dentin comes in contact with certain food and beverage and can stain your teeth.
  • Certain medical treatments can also contribute to the staining of teeth.

The process of Teeth Whitening clears the stain and makes your teeth look whiter. However, one should keep in mind that the outcomes may fluctuate from person to person.


Your dentist will first photograph your teeth which will help to know the progress of the treatment. This is also used to examine your tooth and figure out the stains.

After examining the tooth dentist will start by cleaning the tooth. He will remove the film on your enamel coated due to the food you eat or other substances. The whitening process begins after this. The entire process takes around 30-90 mins depending upon the severity of the stains on teeth.

Your dentist will cover the gums and will then apply the whitening agent on teeth. Some whitening agents require laser lights on them, and if your teeth are badly stained, your dentist will suggest you continue the process at home for a few days.

You can also opt for a home whitening treatment. Your dentist will take an impression of your teeth and make a custom-fit mouthpiece in this. This helps the whitening agent to stay intact on your teeth. One can also buy over-the-counter whitening products suitable only for teeth that are not heavily stained.

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