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Teeth whitening


2 Foils + GEL 16%
only 4900 din

Teeth whitening

teeth whitening


SALE 2 Whitening foils + 1 gel 16%                  4900 dinars

2 Whitening foils + 2 gels 16%                              6400 dinars

2 Whitening foils + 3 gels 16%                            7900 dinars

2 Whitening foils + 6 gels 16%                      12000 dinars

REFILL 1 GEL 16%                                                    1500 dinars

Office whitening 3 sessions                                12000 din

Individual whitening of Avital (dead teeth)          5000 dinars



What products do we use?

We work only with renowned manufacturers of whitening gels! OPALESCENCE, American manufacturer of Ultradent.

For details visit the link  We pay full attention to each patient and instruct him in detail on the method of application of the preparation, depending on the condition of the mouth and teeth.

Each patient receives an ORAL explanation and WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS for the application of the preparation


• Teeth whitening with the highest quality OPALESCENCE PF gels
• Whiten your teeth at home under the guidance and supervision of a dentist.
• Proven the best method of teeth whitening, teeth whitening lasts the longest, the safest and most economical method.
• You can refresh the color later without any problems thanks to the saved foil.
• Patented PH-formula strengthens dental enamel against caries.



How many teeth whitening techniques are there?

  • OFFICE TEETH WHITENING (vital and non-vital)

  • HOME TEETH WHITENING (night vital whitening)

  • WALKING BLECH TECHNIQUE (walking blech technique)

Home whitening of vital teeth

The procedure involves making a soft, vinyl spoon, TRAY, in which the whitening gel is applied and the patient wears it for 30 minutes, 2, 4.8 hours (depending on the concentration of the preparation) during the night or day.

The treatment time varies from a few days to a couple of weeks, which depends on the degree of tooth discoloration.

The doctor takes an anatomical impression of the dental arches that will be whitened and they are made of plaster.
The anatomical impression is used for the production of special foils, which serve as gel carriers. The free spaces that are left inside the spoon to place the whitening agent, which corresponds to the labial surfaces of the teeth, are important.
Method of placing foils in the patient's mouth.
When handing over the foil, the doctor trains the patient to use this system. It is necessary for the patient to brush his teeth before using the tray. The gel is placed in foils so that the reservoirs are first filled from the vestibular side (external, visible side of the tooth). The foil is placed on the corresponding dental arch and gently pressed from all sides to distribute the gel.
After wearing, the foil is removed, and the excess is removed with a toothbrush and rinsed well with water.

Office whitening of vital teeth

The whitening process begins with the placement of an artificial rubber dam, whose role is to protect the surrounding soft tissues (gingiva and interdental papilla) from the caustic effect of the teeth whitening agent. The artificial rubber dam is in the form of a gentle, foamy, gelatinous mass, so that it easily fits between the teeth, protecting the papilla. Recently, the world's dental laboratories, known for the production of whitening agents, have enriched this mass with sparkling glitter in order to divert attention from the aggressive nature of this radical methods.

The artificial rubber dam, like the entire set used in the teeth whitening process, is contained in small, slender syringes and is very simply applied around each tooth, taking care to precisely protect even the smallest part of the soft tissue around the tooth.

Polymerization of the foam mass is carried out with a helio lamp for 20 seconds, during which the mass solidifies into a hard structure and as such represents a barrier for the passage of the concentrated bleaching agent.

Only now have the conditions been created for teeth whitening. Concentrated hydrogen peroxide (30%) is in the form of a red gel. It is carefully applied to the labial surfaces of the teeth and works for 20--30 minutes
The process of oxidation (whitening) is accelerated by a helio lamp.

After a certain time, the bleaching agent is removed by vacuum.
And then it is vigorously rinsed with a large amount of water. The artificial rubber dam remains unharmed.
One of the most famous artificial rubber dams is OPAL DAM. It comes off very easily and quickly.
Comparing the new shade with the original tooth color.


Office whitening of vital (dead) teeth

]This method of teeth whitening involves the use of very high concentrations of hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, so it must be performed exclusively in the doctor's office, under the strict supervision of a doctor. Discoloration of dead teeth is intensely expressed, so only high concentrations (30%-38%) can provide a favorable aesthetic result.

What can patients feel during therapy?

The patient may experience tooth sensitivity to acidic foods, juices, discomfort in the gums, lips, throat and tongue. In some patients, transient hypersensitivity to cold.

What to do if these symptoms appear?

Gradual adaptation is important - the tray is worn for 1 hour a day, then every following day for one hour longer. Another possibility is to alternately wear a tray with gel one night, and the next night a spoon with one of the preperets based on F (fluorine).

Which people should not undergo teeth whitening?

Pregnant women and women in the period of elbowtions, people allergic to peroxides, carbopol and glycerin, people with swallowing and breathing disorders. Persons undergoing orthodontic treatment. People with gingivitis or periodontopathy should be rehabilitated first.

Are certain preparations necessary before teeth whitening?

Yes, preparation involves the rehabilitation of all teeth, covering exposed roots, removing soft and hard plaque.

Can composite fillings be bleached?

Most often, larger composite fillings remain darker after teeth whitening, while in the case of smaller fillings, their surface whitening occurs. Then the layer below them is also whitened, giving the impression that the filling is also whitened. It is best to change the fillings 2 weeks after the final treatment, after the color has stabilized. During that period, all residual O2 is released from the tooth, which can even affect the reduction of the strength of the connection between the filling and the dental tissue.

Can teeth be whitened exclusively with one whitening technique?

On the contrary, a combination of several whitening techniques is the best choice to achieve the desired result. The whitening treatment is stopped when the same tooth color is determined in two consecutive controls.

Is there a teeth whitening agent that is officially approved for use?

In 1994, the American Dental Association ADA issued very strict criteria for testing the effectiveness and safety of teeth whitening agents. After detailed analysis, it approved the use of those systems that use 20% carbamide peroxide as an active ingredient. Its harmlessness has been confirmed in many laboratory, clinical and experimental tests on animals. It should be emphasized that at that time a large number of agents were tested for: enamel surface structure, enamel and dentin hardness, pulp, plaque index, caries, as well as toxicity, cytotoxicity and cariogenic effect.

Is it dangerous to whiten teeth with over-the-counter preparations?

Given the low concentrations of carbamide peroxide, there is no fear of the aggressive effect of the preparation. However, this method is not controlled by a dentist and is neither efficient nor precise. Preparations that are not approved by the World Health Organization can also be found on the market.

WHITENING OF VITAL TEETH can be done in the doctor's office or at home.

Does this method of teeth whitening require certain tooth preparations?

After determining the cause of tooth discoloration, it is necessary for the doctor to thoroughly clean the pulp chamber, remove caries and bad filling.

WALKING TECHNIQUE in which the bleaching agent is introduced into the canal and changed every 3-7 days. It is interesting that with this method, the patient controls the color himself and reports to the doctor when the color reaches a certain level, taking care not to overpaint in terms of whiteness. Recently, materials have appeared on the market that do not require the application of heat to activate the bleaching agent.

Avital (dead) tooth before treatment

Surrounding tissues require protection in the form of an artificial rubber dam (previously described). It is placed on both sides of the tooth.
Highly concentrated 38% hydrogen peroxide is introduced into the pulp chamber from the palatal side of the tooth, and then the entire crown is covered.

Its effect lasts 20 minutes per visit. On average, 3-4 treatments are needed.
After washing off the bleaching agent, the Opal Dam artificial rubber dam is very easy to remove.

What is considered an optimally bleached dead tooth?

As an optimal whitening result, the complete matching of the color of the treated tooth with the color of the remaining teeth is considered.


It is important to know:

After teeth whitening is complete, over time, pigments from food, drink or tobacco can re-stain the teeth.

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