Tooth Whitening

Smile and the world smiles with you ! Flash a dazzling smile and the world is bewitched by you! Fortunately, dentistry is so evolved today that you, along with your dentist, can very realistically achieve a bright and shiny set of teeth.
Professional tooth whitening or bleaching can get your smile looking its best. It is one of the most common procedures of dental cosmetics. It brightens teeth that are discolored, stained, or have been darkened because of Lifestyle and the aging process. Many things we do on a regular basis can contribute to stained teeth, such as drinking coffee, tea, soft drinks and red wine or smoking. Any tooth, even those that have had root canal surgery, can receive bleaching treatment. This can be done by a dentist in the dental clinic or at home.
So whether your teeth are naturally a little yellow, or it's just a hectic lifestyle that has caused their luster to lessen, teeth whitening or bleaching can restores your beautiful smile.


Teeth whitening or bleaching is a perfect solution for whitening your stained, yellow or dull teeth. Staining from coffee, tea, red wine, cola or just plain yellow teeth can be transformed to a set of sparkling white teeth in just about an hour by bleaching.
Different whitening methods include in-
Office bleaching, which is applied by a professional dentist;
At-home bleaching, which is used at home by the patient;
Over-the-counter, which is applied by patients
Bleaching or teeth whitening is a procedure wherein your teeth are whitened using a peroxide based compounds (gels). Your gums and lips are protected using special barriers. Once the gel is applied on your teeth, they are then exposed to the revolutionary power light.

How do whitening products remove surface stains?
Certain products may remove surface stains by using abrasion or through a chemical reaction. Whitening toothpastes may contain silica molecules that polish the enamel.

How do whitening products remove stains below the enamel?
Whitening products including hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, which cause a chemical reaction that breaks apart the carbon bonds that create yellow stains. Once the bonds are broken, they no longer reflect a yellow color.

Is teeth whitening safe for my teeth?
Teeth whitening is an absolutely safe procedure & does no have any side effects. Occasionally it causes slight transient sensitivity in the teeth, which can easily be taken care of with desensitizing mouthwashes.The safest way to whiten your teeth is under the supervision of your dental professional who will assess your overall oral health, the health of your teeth and know the history of your teeth.

How long does my treatment last?
Most whitening services are designed to last for a long period of time, but relapse is not uncommon due to personal behaviors that restain your teeth.

Home Bleaching

Tooth Whitening can be done at home as well. This can be done in comfort whilst watching television or reading a book and is highly convenient.
For the home whitening, special bleaching trays are made by the dentist to fit the exact contours of an individual’s teeth and gums. A bleaching gel which can be bought over the counter is squeezed into these trays and then placed in the mouth for a specified period.


  • Brush and floss teeth thoroughly prior to placing the tray in your mouth.
  • Place small drop of gel in tray at each tooth site where whitening is desired.
  • Seat tray completely and firmly onto teeth.
  • Wipe off excess gel with toothbrush or clean finger.
  • Trays are to be worn overnight.
  • When trays are removed, rinse with cool water and remove residual material and store in case. Keep your trays out of the sunlight and heat. Excessive heat can melt the trays. Do not store them in your car during the warm summer months.
  • Brush and rinse remaining gel from teeth after Bleaching.
  • Remove tray prior to eating.
  • You will have enough material to bleach both upper and lower teeth for 1-2 weeks.

*Home bleaching is a slow process and visible results may be seen only after a period of 3 – 4 weeks. The degree of whitening may be less as in comparison to office whitening systems.