Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is a quick solution to transform discolored teeth into white teeth. A bleaching treatment does not use a drill, as is the case with other cosmetic treatments. Discolored teeth can be caused by wear and tear, an accident, medication use or limited development of the teeth. 

Is teeth whitening bad?

Unsafe bleaching processes can damage your mouth. European legislation was therefore amended in 2011. Since then, aggressive bleaching agents may no longer be used. 

Are you considering a whitening treatment? Discuss your wishes and the options with your dentist or dental hygienist.

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Professional teeth whitening

With our professional approach to teeth whitening, we first have the dentist or dental hygienist assess your teeth. They must determine that your teeth are healthy and free of cavities and that your fillings are in order. They then look at the color of your teeth. Is there any discoloration? What causes it? Do you have many fillings, crowns or bridges in your mouth? Is tarnish the cause of the discoloration? Is the result you have in mind realistic? Bleaching is not always the only or best solution. Fillings, crowns and bridges do not change color and can become disturbingly visible after bleaching. Your dental care provider will advise whether whitening is useful for you and what the result will be.