A beautiful white smile:

Teeth whitening

Your teeth lose their original color over time because the enamel is discolored by what you consume. Coffee, tea, red wine and cigarettes are some of the biggest culprits

Teeth whitening

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Whitening your teeth is a great solution if you want to beautify your smile with white teeth.

With our home teeth whitening, you can get rid of discolored teeth. Our teeth whitening is done at home with custom-made trays. It is the safest and most effective method of teeth whitening.

We offer the safest solution

In the past, patients could get a clinic whitening treatment within an hour. This type of treatment was banned because it contained too much hydrogen peroxide and was therefore too hard on the enamel.

How does teeth whitening work?

Teeth whitening is done by taking an impression of your teeth. We use your dental impression to create whitening trays that fit you perfectly. Whitening gel is hydrogen peroxide, which can cause unsightly damage to the gums and throat, and the advantage of custom-made trays is that you don't risk getting whitening gel on your gums or swallowing it. 

The whitening gel penetrates the tooth and can remove any colorants that have penetrated. However, it is difficult to predict how well whitening will work, but anyone can achieve brighter teeth and often with great results. 

When you pick up your whitening trays at the clinic, you will also receive your whitening gel. You'll then receive thorough instructions so you're well prepared to start your home teeth whitening treatment.

Your teeth whitening takes about 14 days. For some, a shorter whitening session is enough, for others it takes longer. For best results, sleep with the trays at night.

Internal bleaching

There is another type of whitening called internal whitening. In order to perform this treatment, the tooth must have previously undergone root canal treatment. Internal whitening is effective in removing discoloration that can occur for various reasons after tooth eruption.

Side effect of teeth whitening

A small amount of tooth enamel is dissolved each time you whiten, so the treatment should not be repeated too often. If your tooth enamel is very worn, your dentist will assess whether teeth whitening is the right treatment for you.

During bleaching, you may experience icing and increased sensitivity as the surface temporarily becomes more open and porous. Sensitivity usually disappears as soon as you stop bleaching or a few days after the treatment is completed. For some, it may be necessary to stop treatment or take a break along the way.

During and a few days after your whitening treatment, your teeth will be more susceptible to dyes. Therefore, you should avoid/limit foods and drinks with strong colorants, such as curry, tea, coffee, red wine and tobacco.

How long does teeth whitening last?

Over time, your teeth will reabsorb dyes and become darker. How long teeth whitening lasts is highly individual. It depends on your lifestyle and how you look after your teeth. Typically, teeth whitening lasts 2-3 years, but often longer.

You will be able to use your custom-made rails again at a later date if you want a second bleaching. That way, you only need to buy bleaching gel. So remember to save your splints at home after your treatment.

You can rest assured when you come to us for teeth whitening. We'll examine you first to make sure the treatment is suitable for your teeth.

What does teeth whitening cost?

The price of a teeth whitening treatment includes the impression for the tray, the tray itself, the whitening gel and thorough instruction.

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