To whiten your teeth, we use the Beyond Whitening system developed by the US company Beyond Dental & Health (www.beyonddent.com) (www.beyonddent.com). Before we whiten your teeth, however, dental hygiene is necessary, if it hasn’t been done recently. Afterwards, a protective layer of silicon is applied on the gums.
Next, bleaching gel is applied on front surfaces of your teeth followed by lighting with an acceleration lamp. As this is the crucial part, it needs to be repeated three times, but still doesn’t take more than an hour to complete.
The final step comes when fluorine paste is applied on your teeth. We need to ask you to avoid colouring food for 48 hours after the procedure and if you’re a smoker, think twice about having a cigarette. Apart from that, we’re finished and you’re free to do as you please.
WHAT IS DENTAL HYGIENE?
Everyone wants to keep their own teeth for as long as possible and that’s exactly what dental hygiene is for. It’s all the more important if you suffer from periodontitis or if you’re getting ready for an examination. However, it’s also key to prevention.
WHAT DOES DENTAL HYGIENE INCLUDE?
Dental hygiene is a preventative method. It will remove tartar, plaque and pigmentation, which may have been caused by drinking tea and coffee or smoking. Tooth fluoridation is also a part of the treatment and we’ll tell you how to brush your teeth properly to make sure you care for them in the best way possible.
WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF DENTAL HYGIENE?
Dental hygiene serves to create a natural and healthy environment in your mouth and also limits bacteria. It thus prevents gum inflammation and periodontitis and makes the dentist’s job a lot easier. The most important thing is this, though: it makes you feel a lot more comfortable.
WHY DO WE RECOMMEND DENTAL HYGIENE?
Dental hygiene helps you avoid more complicated and costly treatment, so having it done twice a year is a good idea. If you suffer from periodontitis and other diseases, follow the advice of the dental hygienist. In particularly acute situations, such as bleeding and swelling, immediate action is often necessary.
It is crucial not to postpone dental hygiene, as this may lead to losing what you care about most – your teeth.