A radiant smile with perfectly white teeth is slowly becoming a matter of social prestige. But slight discolouration often cannot be avoided even with the best dental care.
The reason is that there are very many factors causing it, ranging from genetic predisposition to external influences such as smoking, drinking coffee and strong tea or taking certain medications.
Not all of those factors can be influenced, but unwanted discolouration can be removed through teeth whitening. Of all the available methods, we at the Brandeis Clinic have selected the most advanced and safest technologies that have earned the strict certification of the American Dental Association.
There are two basic types of teeth whitening to choose from - the first combines gradual whitening at our surgery and home whitening, while the second is a one-time procedure utilising a special plasma lamp.
This method has been rightly described as the fastest, most effective and even the "tastiest" way of whitening teeth. The principle is very simple - our dentists will make what are known as whitening carriers, mouth guards customised for your teeth. All you have to do is to put them into your mouth for 60 minutes (and they actually taste good!). After the carriers are made and you are instructed in their use, you can continue with the whitening yourself at home, with always one treatment a day.
One of the gentlest yet most effective methods of teeth whitening at the dentist's office. One visit to our clinic is enough to obtain teeth of a naturally white colour.
Before the procedure, your lips and gums are covered with protective material to prevent irritation. We then apply a whitening gel and turn on the lamp. During the treatment, the gel is replaced three times in 15-minute intervals. And that's it - after about an hour, your teeth can be up to 8 shades whiter according to the internationally recognised VITA Classical Shade Guide colour chart.
Before the whitening, we recommend first carefully cleaning all teeth and interdental spaces, which is something our experienced dental hygienists will be very happy to help you with.