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Teeth Whitening

What is Teeth Whitening?

It is a very effective way of lightening the natural color of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surfaces. This treatment cannot make a complete color change, but it may lighten the existing shade of your teeth.


  • Consuming tea, coffee, wine, cola frequently
  • Smoking cigarettes and chewing tobacco
  • High intake of fluoride during childhood
  • Damage of developing permanent teeth due to accident or trauma
  • Aging can also contribute to staining of teeth as with age the enamel gets thinner exposing the dentin below. With age, the dentin come in contact with certain food and beverage and can stain your teeth
  • Certain medical treatments can also contribute to staining of teeth

The process of Teeth Whitening clears the stain and make your teeth look whiter. However, one should keep in mind that the results may vary from person to person


Teeth whitening do not have any risks associated however, some people may feel sensitivity for a few days or can experience mild gum irritation for some days. Because Teeth Whitening is a cosmetic procedure it is not advised to pregnant ladies. They can get it done only after delivery.

How Often Should You Get Your Teeth Whitened ?

Usually the results lasts for about 8 to 12 months. Therefore, one should have a gap of a year in getting the teeth whitening treatment.

If you are opting for home whitening treatment, then it can keep your smile intact for several months.

Can One Brush Their Teeth After The Whitening Process ?

Immediate brushing is not advisable. Wait for a few hours and after that, you can brush your teeth but gently

Is Teeth Whitening Permanent ?

The procedure varies from case to case. It may last from a few months to up to 3 years. However, if you smoke or chew tobacco or consume tea & coffee frequently then the whitening effect might not last long.

What Is The Cost Of Teeth Whitening Treatment?

The cost varies from case to case and only the dentist will be able to guide you after clinical examination

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