teeth whitening

in the heart of Warsaw

teeth whitening

in the heart of Warsaw

we restore a full,
healthy smile!

Maintaining teeth at their brightest is harder than it seems. Due to coffee, wine, and other products that can daily stain teeth, even proper care may not be enough to keep them shining.

Professional teeth whitening is an excellent way to restore the natural color of your teeth—and even make them brighter than your natural shade if you wish.

The procedure is straightforward: 1. We start by documenting your teeth with photographs and determining the initial color. 2. We conduct 4 cycles of 15-minute sessions using a whitening gel and an LED whitening lamp. 3. We take photographs again to compare the new color with the previous one. 4. Optionally, you can continue whitening at home for about 2 weeks with personalized trays and gel that we will provide. Enjoy a brighter smile in just an hour with less tooth sensitivity than with other whitening methods.

what are the advantages of

Whiter teeth can boost self-esteem and confidence, leading to a positive self-image.

Improvement in appearance: Teeth whitening removes stains and discoloration, making the smile brighter and more attractive.

Non-invasive procedure: Teeth whitening is a non-invasive treatment that does not require drilling or anesthesia.

Quick results: Professional teeth whitening treatments provide noticeable effects after just one session, ensuring immediate satisfaction.

teeth whitening treatments at Warsaw Dental Center

Maintaining the whiteness of teeth can be more challenging than it seems. Daily consumption of coffee, wine, and other foods that can cause staining, even with proper care, can make our teeth appear somewhat dull. Professional teeth whitening is an excellent way to restore the natural color of teeth—or even make them whiter than the natural shade, if desired.

Teeth whitening procedure in a dental office is a popular way to enhance smile aesthetics. Here’s how teeth whitening looks like at Warsaw Dental Center:

1. Consultation and oral health assessment: Initially, the dentist conducts a thorough examination of the patient’s oral health and dental history to ensure there are no contraindications for the procedure.

2. Teeth cleaning: Before the actual whitening process begins, the teeth are meticulously cleaned to remove tartar, plaque, and other impurities. This ensures even application of the whitening agent.

3. Gum protection: The hygienist applies a special gel or other protections to safeguard the gums from the aggressive action of the whitening agent. This is an important step to avoid irritation.

4. Application of whitening agent: A gel containing whitening compounds, which are much safer than those sold in drugstores, is applied to the cleaned and dry teeth.

5. Activation of whitening agent: In some cases, to intensify the action of the whitening agent, a special lamp or laser is used. This light accelerates the chemical reaction, leading to faster and more effective whitening.

6. Completion and post-procedure care: After a specified time, typically ranging from 30 to 60 minutes, the whitening gel is rinsed off, and the teeth are rinsed again with water.

7. Follow-up and recommendations: Finally, the patient receives diet and oral hygiene recommendations to help maintain a whiter smile for longer. Subsequent follow-up visits or repeat treatments can also be scheduled if the results are not yet fully satisfactory.

Teeth whitening in the dental office is safe, effective, and provides quick results, but it’s important to remember regular care and to avoid products that can cause discoloration.

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at Warsaw Dental Center!

The most modern devices

Warm and professional team

Comfort during treatment

Fully personalized dental care

fact about
teeth whitening

What causes tooth discoloration?

  • Coffee and tea
  • Dark-colored foods
  • Smoking and tobacco use
  • Natural aging process
  • Genetics

Who can benefit from teeth whitening?

Almost anyone can benefit from teeth whitening, but results may vary depending on individual circumstances.

Teeth whitening is contraindicated for pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under the age of 16, and individuals with allergic reactions to whitening agents. We invite you to consult with our specialists to determine if teeth whitening would be safe for you and what effects you can expect.

Is teeth whitening good for people with sensitive teeth?

If you have sensitive teeth, avoid over-the-counter whitening products and whitening treatments without consulting a dentist.

Unprofessional teeth whitening or undergoing such a procedure despite the presence of serious oral health issues can result in more harm than benefit. Improper whitening or application on teeth already weakened by conditions like decay or advanced gum disease can lead to permanent damage. The consequences may include heightened tooth sensitivity, enamel damage, or even tooth loss. Repairing such damages can often be challenging and sometimes irreversible. Additionally, the costs of treatment can be very high, especially if complex dental procedures are required to restore the health and functionality of the teeth. Therefore, it is always recommended that teeth whitening be performed under the supervision of an experienced dentist who will assess the oral health status and determine if you are a suitable candidate for the procedure.

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