Teeth Whitening Turkey

Teeth Whitening (Bleaching) in Turkey

If you don’t have much time for a dental veneer treatment in Turkey (although it lasts only five days) or want to make a slight color change on your smile and see how it looks, you might consider teeth whitening.

As you age, your teeth can be stained and discolored due to various causes. Factors such as genetics, eating habits, some medications can cause stains on your teeth. Smoking is another factor that causes discoloration, so smokers mostly need teeth whitening treatments. On the other hand, there are many dental solutions you can use for whitening your natural teeth. Over-the-counter products, professional at-home teeth whitening kits, LED teeth whitening, and laser teeth whitening are among the available solutions.

At-home teeth whitening kits must also be used under professional supervision. It requires a pre-treatment dental examination since teeth whitening can cause temporary sensitivity at your teeth, and it may be uncomfortable for people who already have sensitive teeth.

In professional in-office bleaching, there are two critical things: quality of the material and use of technology. Our dental clinic in Istanbul uses imported gel from the USA, called Opalescence, and put the gel in reaction with the latest cutting-edge plasma light technology to get the best possible result. Even though it is not a complicated procedure, it must be applied by a skilled dentist to avoid injury around the gum area.

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  • AdvantagesAesthetics, natural look, no shaving of teeth, 1-2 years lasting effect

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So, What is Bleaching (Teeth whitening)?

Bleaching, which is also called teeth-whitening, is a treatment that produces the whitening effect and improves the brightness of teeth by using peroxide. This treatment is the least damaging and most conservative technique for whitening the natural teeth.

What is Laser Teeth Whitening?

Laser teeth whitening is one of the best and most popular options to whiten your teeth. Even though it is not a complicated procedure, it must be applied by a skilled dentist to avoid injury around the gum area. Hydrogen peroxide-based gel is applied to your teeth to remove the stains. And with laser technology, the chemical reaction of this whitening gel is quickened. Thus, more effective results are achieved much faster with hydrogen peroxide teeth whitening. This procedure must be performed in a dental clinic, under the supervision of a dentist. It is the fastest teeth whitening solution. It is entirely a painless and safe teeth-whitening procedure.

In-House Dental Lab

In dentistry, it is rare that a clinic owns a lab because it is costly. However, it is crucial for Maltepe Dental Clinic to have an in-house lab because Maltepe Dental Clinic aims to provide the best aesthetic and customized solutions for the patients.  In-house lab enables the clinic to monitor the quality, and doctors and lab technicians work closely to create the most aesthetic customized smiles based on patients’ wants and needs.

Thanks to the in-house laboratory, any change requests by the patient during the rehearsals are met within hours, so that the patients are worry-free whether or not their special requests will be completed before their visits end.  

Our dental lab is equipped with the cutting-edge technology such as CAD/CAM stations, 3D printers, Zirconium and EMAX ovens and sophisticated camera scanners. 

Of course, just having such equipment doesn’t help much unless there are well-trained and experienced people to make the most of it. Maltepe Dental Clinic hires the most competent professionals only. Therefore, we can ensure the satisfaction of our patients.

Thanks to our high-end technology in-house lab, we can provide patients with many benefits. The advantages we offer include but are not limited to:

  • Enhanced personalized treatments with excellent quality
  • High-quality dental restorations
  • Same-day procedures, or fewer visits
  • Longer lasting results
  • Quality control, from start to finish
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    Does Bleaching Work for All Kinds of Stains?

    Fundamentally, dental stains can be classified into two groups: intrinsic and extrinsic stains.

    • The effects of intrinsic stains are seen on the internal layers of a tooth. This kind of stains can be caused by trauma to teeth, ageing, intaking excessive level of fluoride, certain medications like tetracycline.
    • The effects of extrinsic stains are seen on the outer layers of a tooth. This kind of stains can be caused by foods with artificial colourants, beverages like tea, coffee, cola or wine and smoking.

    This classification is significant in terms of the effectiveness of teeth bleaching treatment. Teeth whitening treatments are very effective for the stains that occur outer layers of the teeth. On the other hand, patients with intrinsic stains are generally not good candidates for this treatment. Therefore, a professional examination is required to determine the best treatment option. If the discoloration is caused by intrinsic stains, other treatment options such as veneers may also be recommended.

    Teeth Whitening Procedures

    There are two primary types of teeth whitening procedures: In-Office-Teeth Whitening and Home Teeth Whitening.

    1. In-Office Bleaching

    In-office-bleaching is an immediate solution to your staining problems. It is conducted by a dental professional and can create dramatic results. In-office bleaching treatment can deliver results within a relatively short amount of time, like 60 minutes. During the in-office-bleaching procedure, a highly concentrated whitening gel is applied to your teeth. The oxygen molecules in the whitening gel break apart the chemical bonds that make yellow stains. When the bonds are broken, they no longer cause a yellow color and so that a brighter smile is gained.

    In-office bleaching is the quickest way to brighten your teeth. Teeth whitening lasts around 1 year. Different from the veneer treatment, teeth whitening technology cannot control how much whiter teeth will be. Therefore, you cannot pick a color before the treatment. Teeth will whiten from one to several shades depending on the patient’s teeth structure.

    2. Home Teeth Whitening Kit

    At-home teeth whitening is a procedure that can be applied by the patient at home, but you still need to visit the dental clinic to get the custom-fitted tray. This tooth whitening system can offer effective results but require more time than in-office-bleaching. Take-home teeth whitening kits contain high-quality whitening gel. The patient can place the whitening gel into the tray and wear them for a few hours each day. Or the patient can sleep wearing these trays. The procedure is usually completed in two weeks.

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    How Long Do the Effects of Bleaching Last?

    As a fact, for all teeth whitening methods, the results are not permanent. Due to the factors mentioned above, the teeth get stained and discolored in time. The length of this period changes depending on how you take care of your teeth. Whether you get in-office-bleaching treatment or use professional at-home teeth whitening kits, you should brush, floss, and rinse your teeth daily. Bleaching effects may diminish due to lifestyle habits such as smoking, consuming food, and beverages that cause stains. In general, the whitening effect lasts around 1 year if you take care of your teeth properly.

    How Much Does Teeth Whitening Cost?

    Laser teeth whitening treatment is the most effective, but at the same time, the most expensive dental teeth whitening solution. Other options are cheap teeth whitening methods compared to laser teeth whitening. Laser Teeth whitening prices vary depending on the dentist and the country you get the treatment. For instance, in the USA, professional teeth whitening cost with laser is between $500 – $2,500. On the other, hand it is a much cheaper procedure in Turkey. At Maltepe Dental Clinic, as of 2021, we do laser bleaching procedures to both jaws at €225.

    You can find teeth whitening before and after photos on our website and social media accounts. However, every patient is not suitable for this treatment. Therefore, only your dentist can determine the most appropriate teeth whitening procedure for you, as mentioned above.

    FAQs About Teeth Whitening

    Teeth whitening is a practical and effective way to get rid of discolored or stained teeth. If you prefer teeth whitening at a dentist it’s possible to go with an in-office bleaching, or try at-home treatments such as teeth whitening strips. Although it is a widely practiced cosmetic dentistry treatment around the world there are still many questions up in the air for many people. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions answered for you.

    What Is Teeth Whitening?

    Teeth whitening is the process of lightening the natural color of the teeth using hydrogen peroxide and/or carbamide peroxide.

    Are Teeth Whitening And Teeth Bleaching The Same Thing?

    Yes. Technically, “bleaching” refers to whitening teeth beyond their natural color. The term “whitening”, on the other hand, is simply restoring the natural whiteness of the teeth.

    What Is An Extrinsic Stain?

    Extrinsic stains are the discoloration on the outermost layer of the teeth.

    What Is An Intrinsic Stain?

    Intrinsic stains are within the tooth structure. The stain-causing particles get into the surface and result in colors like brown, black, gray…etc.

    What Causes Tooth Staining?

    Poor dental hygiene, having certain foods and drinks, and tobacco play the greatest role in teeth staining.

    What Causes Teeth To Look Yellow?

    Smoking or chewing tobacco, and drinking dark beverages like tea or coffee can cause yellow teeth. Such factors can affect even more significantly as they wear away tooth enamel as well.

    Can Yellow Teeth Be Whitened?

    Yes, they can be whitened using whitening technologies and products.

    What Is The Best Way To Whiten Your Teeth?

    If the ‘best’ means the most effective solution in the shortest amount of time, having a bleaching treatment at a dental clinic is the best way.

    How Much Does Teeth Whitening Cost?

    The teeth whitening cost without insurance starts from $240, and may be higher depending on the procedural and locational factors. You can also consider at-home teeth whitening products instead of professional teeth whitening.

    How much whiter can teeth get?

    The degree of whiteness varies for each patient since it depends on the tooth structure. It can be 3-4 shades whiter or only a half shade. The patient can’t choose a color before whitening. If you have a specific white color in your mind, please consult your dentist regarding other treatment options such as porcelain veneers.

    Can I eat and drink anything after the whitening procedure?

    No, it is recommended to avoid drinking coffee, tea and colorful beverages for two weeks.

    How Long Do Cosmetic Whitening Effects Last?

    The whitening effect can last for 6 months to 2 years depending on a patient’s dental care and lifestyle.

    Should You Whiten Your Teeth If You Have Sensitive Teeth?

    Patients with sensitive teeth should consult with a dentist before getting dental bleaching. Depending on the cause of sensitivity, it might be advised to avoid or adjust teeth whitening techniques.

    Should You Whiten Your Teeth If You Have Gum Disease?

    Tooth whitening is not a good idea for people with gum disease since the exposed teeth roots don’t have an enamel layer and bleaching products will not work on them.

    Do Teeth Whiteners Damage Tooth Enamel?

    No, the whitening products don’t damage the enamel.

    Should You Whiten Your Teeth If You Have Cavities?

    No, cavities should be treated before whitening because whitening materials can penetrate the cavities and damage the inner structure of the teeth.

    Should You Whiten Your Teeth If You Have Exposed Roots?

    Exposed roots don’t have the enamel layer, so whitening products don’t work there.

    Should You Whiten Your Teeth If You Have Veneers?

    Veneers are not affected by bleaching products, but your natural teeth are. So getting teeth whitening might result in uneven whiteness of your teeth.

    What Are The Tips To Keep Your Teeth Bright?

    • Avoid foods or drinks causing the stains.
    • Brush your teeth immediately after eating or drinking.
    • Keep up decent oral hygiene.
    • Avoid tobacco.
    • Eat calcium-rich food
    • Use a straw for drinking.
    • See the dentist regularly and get touch-up treatments.

    What Are The Adverse Effects Of Teeth Whitening?

    According to ADA, the most common adverse effects of the teeth whitening process are temporary tooth sensitivity and gingival inflammation

    Can Teeth Whitening Decrease Bad Breath?

    Whitening products like hydrogen peroxide clean the teeth deeply and remove bacteria. If the bad breath is caused by bacteria on your teeth, whitening can help you solve this problem.

    How To Whiten Teeth Naturally?

    You can try making dietary changes and/or start brushing your teeth with baking soda once or twice a week.

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