It’s no secret that a beautiful, white smile makes a good lasting impression. A bright smile never goes out of style.
With our professional teeth whitening treatments here at Marmaris Oral & Dental Health Clinic, we can rejuvenate your smile and give you an instant boost of confidence.
For many years, our hygienists and cosmetic dentists have been enhancing our patients’ smiles with in-office laser teeth whitening and home teeth whitening treatments.
In-office teeth whitening is the easiest and most effective treatment that can brighten your smile up to 3- 5 shades within one hour.
Clinically proven to be safe, effective, fast, and can offer results that last longer than other options.
Because it is performed by a dental professional, our patients enjoy comfortable whitening sessions with zero pain or sensitivity.
Home Teeth Whitening
Home teeth whitening is a great option for those who want to enjoy a safe and noticeably whiter smile in the comfort of their own homes.
We'll take impressions of your teeth to make your custom-fit whitening trays.
We'll give you professional grade whitening gels that provide safer and better results than over-the-counter products.
You will have to wear your trays with the gel as advised for about one to four hours every day for two weeks to see maximum results.
Can Yellow Teeth be Whitened?
Absolutely. Tooth discoloration can be treated with professional cleanings, bleaching products, and cosmetic services such as porcelain veneers and dental bonding. The method of tooth whitening that will work best for your needs can be determined during your cosmetic dentistry consultation.
Is Teeth Whitening Bad for Your Teeth?Teeth whitening is not bad for your teeth. The bleaching process can, however, cause temporary tooth sensitivity. Some products available through cosmetic dentists are even formulated with potassium nitrate and fluoride to reduce sensitivity and increase enamel strength. When whitening is completed with over-the-counter application trays, solution seepage may occur. This can irritate soft oral tissue and increase tooth sensitivity and is one of the many reasons it makes sense to work with a dentist when it’s time to whiten your teeth.
How Long Does it Take to Whiten Teeth?
Chairside, in-office teeth whitening takes around 60 minutes. Take-home tooth whitening kits may take two to four weeks. Both options can lighten the smile several shades, eliminating surface staining to restore a bright and beautiful look to your smile.
Am I a Good Tooth Whitening Candidate?
If your teeth are stained, you may be the ideal teeth whitening candidate. However, stained or discolored teeth alone are not the only consideration. Good candidates for teeth whitening should be:
Free of gum disease, tooth decay, or tooth infection
Unhappy with the appearance of his or her smile
Willing to take steps to maintain results
Good candidates for teeth whitening should also have stains that can be diminished with topical bleaching. Intrinsic stains, particularly those caused by fluorosis and antibiotics can be incredibly resistant to tooth whitening. In fact, topical bleaching may enhance these stains as surrounding enamel is lightened. If you have tooth staining that is unlikely to respond to a topical bleach, we will discuss additional options such as:
Porcelain veneers – placed over the front of teeth veneers restore a bright and flawless appearance to teeth impacted by a number of cosmetic imperfections, including deep stains
Dental bonding – made from a dental resin that can be shaded and molded to produce an ideal tooth appearance, dental bonding is a safe, fast, and effective way to address intrinsic staining
These services are often used in conjunction with tooth whitening for a complete smile makeover. During this more involved cosmetic service, all aesthetic and functional problems impacting your smile will be addressed. The end result is a healthy, strong, and attractive smile that you will feel proud to show the world. During your initial consultation, we will listen carefully to your concerns, assess your teeth and gums, and help you determine which options will best protect and perfect your smile.