Over time, our teeth acquire a yellow, darker colour.

This can be due to a number of reasons, including substances in food and drink, tobacco use, certain medications or simply due to aging. Some people have naturally darker or more yellow teeth.

During teeth cleaning and polishing, external stains are removed from the teeth but if we want to change the shade of our teeth, then teeth whitening is the answer!

Our clinic offers two ways of teeth whitening: In-office and At-home whitening.

In-Office Whitening treatment takes place at the clinic. ZOOM!Teeth Whitening is the fastest, most effective and safest method to whiten your teeth. The procedure lasts for 1-1:30 hours depending on the case, during which a light-activated gel is applied on your teeth. The ZOOM! light is used for gel activation and helps the gel to penetrate the tooth surface. The results can be seen immediately, up to 8 shades whiter in 45 minutes! And because a dental professional is involved, the process is safe and reliable.

Advantages of Professional In-office Whitening Treatment:

  • Fast and convenient
  • Whitens teeth to an average of 8 shades
  • Even teeth whitening
  • Long lasting results
  • Low sensitivity
  • Safe and Reliable
  • Performed by a trained Dental Professional

At-home whitening is a very simple and easy way to whiten your teeth at the comfort of your house, using custom-made trays that fit exactly on your teeth, and the specific whitening products that we supply you with. Our dentists will explain you step-by-step how to use them in order to achieve optimal results.

  • Both methods are effective
  • Our dentists will help you choose the most suitable method for you
  • Teeth whitening is an aesthetic procedure which does not harm but also does not make our teeth stronger! It should only be done when our teeth and gums are in a healthy state, and does not replace professional teeth cleaning.

Trauma or root-canal treatment can also cause tooth discolouration. These teeth have to be treated by internal bleaching technique, which is done by us in the clinic, and usually requires two appointments.

  • Duration of results: varies between patients, and mainly depends on the dietary habits and tobacco use by the patient.
  • Our dentists will advice you on how to maintain your results. Can whitening damage my teeth/gums? With the correct products and dental supervision, whitening does not damage our teeth/gums.