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Teeth whitening

White teeth reflect healthy teeth. You can't help but smile when healthy, shiny teeth give you a sense of self-confidence and fulfillment, but unfortunately, as the years go by, we smile less and less and teeth lose their luster.

Over time, color change becomes a situation that we can't escape. There're many reasons for color change, but mostly bad habits in our lives are at the top of this list.

Tooth enamel is what gives the tooth its whiteness and shine. It can be quite powerful, but it isn't indestructible. It will get thinner as the years go by, and this translucency will bring out the natural color of the dentin.

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After this stage, over time, the teeth will gradually acquire shades of yellow, gray, etc. In addition to discoloration, since this enamel is constantly exposed to microcracks over the years when we eat or drink something, these microcracks are filled with substances that are eaten or drunk

If we mainly consume dark and colored beverages such as coffee and tea, tooth discoloration is much more intense and discoloration will occur much faster. In addition to darkening the entire tooth, if the particles enter between the tooth enamel and dentin, stains occur on the tooth.

Using laser teeth whitening, about 3-4 tons of whiteness can be added to the patient's teeth!

Today's dentistry can increase tooth whiteness by using whitening techniques. There're also whitening kits that can be used at home, but for the most effective results, they should be applied by a dentist.

Commonly used techniques are as follows;

Teeth Whitening With Laser

The process takes approximately 30-60 minutes, depending on the frequency of treatment. The dentist will remove tartar and plaque before the treatment. Then, the laser will be applied to the teeth with a special gel product applied in a thin strip on the teeth. This treatment can whiten the tooth color by approximately 3-4 tones.

Deterging / Polishing

The Detertraj-Polishing technique is also a treatment method that is frequently used but isn't as effective as laser whitening. Contrary to popular belief, it's completely harmless to tooth enamel.

Home Whitening Kits

There're many types of home whitening kits on the market, but not all are equally effective and you may not get the results you want. It's recommended that you consult a dentist before using such a product.


Whitening Toothpaste

Although it's effective in maintaining teeth whiteness, if you don't change bad habits, you probably won't whiten your teeth any more than they already are.


Finally, no matter which teeth whitening method you choose, you should always consult a dentist first. It's essential for this whitening process that the dentist cleans tartar and plaque. We would also like to point out that the teeth whitening methods mentioned above may not give the same results for every patient. Tone differences may occur depending on the diagnosis and treatment status of the patients.


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