Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is an aesthetic procedure  aimed at making teeth whiter. There are several reasons why teeth can become yellow or dull over time, including consumption of certain foods and beverages, smoking, age, and lack of adequate dental care. Tooth whitening can help remove these stains and make your teeth look whiter and brighter.

There are several types of teeth whitening, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.

Types of Teeth Whitening

    •  In-office bleaching: This type of bleaching is performed by a dentist or dental hygienist. It involves the use of stronger products than those used for home bleaching, which allows for faster results, often in a single session.

    • Home bleaching: The product is applied by the patient himself at home. It involves the use of custom-made aligners made by the dentist, or strips impregnated with whitening products, which the patient wears for a certain period each day.

    •  Internal bleaching: Internal teeth whitening is a technique used to treat devitalized teeth. These can become dark and grey with time. And when it  happens to the to front teeth, it can become a real source of complexes. Conventional whitening techniques do not lighten these teeth. With internal bleaching, it is possible to lighten them from the inside. Provided that the tooth has an intact structure. Otherwise, the installation of a crown or veneer may be advised.
  • In-office bleaching

  • Dentist

  • Hygienist

  • Home bleaching

  • Patient

  • Aligners

  • Internal bleaching:

  • Devitalized teeth

Here are the general steps to perform tooth whitening:

  • First appointment: Before starting whitening, it is important to consult a dentist to ensure that this treatment is suitable for your case. The dentist will perform an examination of your teeth and gums and advise you on the different whitening options available.  It is important not to have cavities, and it must be taken into account that resin or ceramic restorations will not change color.

  • Mouth preparation: Before starting whitening, it is important to thoroughly clean the teeth and gums to remove any plaque or tartar.  A dental cleaning is therefore necessary.

  • Whitening: The whitening product is applied to the teeth using aligners, or is applied directly to the teeth by the dentist or dental hygienist. Depending on the type of bleaching used.  The product can be activated by a lamp to accelerate the bleaching process.
  • First appointment

  • Examination

  • No cavities

  • Mouth preparation

  • Remove plaque or tartar

  • Dental cleaning

  • Whitening

  • Lamp

Duration of the treatment:

The duration of the treatment depends on the type of bleaching chosen and the desired results. For in-office whitening, the treatment can last from 30 minutes to 1 hour and a half. For home whitening, treatment can last from a few days to several weeks, depending on the frequency and duration recommended by the dentist.

There are a few contraindications to consider before embarking on tooth whitening. For example, bleaching is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women, or children under 16 years of age.

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Tips after bleaching:

After whitening, it is recommended to follow several care measures to maintain the results and prevent the formation of stains on the teeth. In particular, it is advisable to:

• Avoid or limit the consumption of certain foods and beverages that can stain teeth, such as coffee, tea, red wine, fruit juices and sodas.
• Regular tooth brushing and interdental cleanings to remove plaque and tartar.
• Consult your dentist regularly for professional check-ups and cleanings.
By following these tips, you should be able to maintain the results of your teeth whitening and maintain white, healthy teeth.
Do you dream of having whiter and shinier teeth? Tooth whitening is a quick and effective solution to improve the appearance of your teeth and regain a bright smile.

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Our rates
Chairside Whitening : 499.-

Our dental clinic adheres to the SSO dental pricing.

Home Bleaching : 399.-
Internal Bleaching : ~720.-

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does at-home teeth whitening treatment take?

It typically varies between one week and two weeks, depending on the desired shade and dentist’s recommendations.

What is the duration of effectiveness of teeth whitening?

It varies by individual, but typically, the results can last from 1 to 3 years. Good oral hygiene and occasional touch-ups can extend the duration.


Is it painful?

Most patients do not experience any pain, but temporary sensitivity can occur. We recommend avoiding very hot or very cold foods and drinks for a few days.

Can everyone benefit from teeth whitening?

If your teeth and gums are in good health, you are likely a good candidate. However, some stains may not respond to the treatment. A preliminary consultation is essential.

What are the advantages of professional teeth whitening compared to over-the-counter products?

Professional treatments are more potent, provide faster and more even results, and are supervised by experts to ensure safety and effectiveness.


Does teeth whitening affect fillings, crowns, or veneers?

No, teeth whitening does not change the color of dental restorations. This is something to discuss with the dentist during the consultation.

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We are committed to combating healthcare avoidance, believing that in our current environment, every citizen should be able to maintain their health and enhance their appearance, especially their smile. Our rates are designed to be not only competitive but also, and most importantly, affordable. Nevertheless, they never compromise the quality of our service, which we strive to make impeccable.