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Teeth Whitening

What is teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is the process of using bleach or other materials to make teeth look whiter. The materials remove stains or other discoloration from the tooth surface.


Teeth whitening is a cosmetic treatment done to improve the appearance of teeth. Teeth are whitened to remove the effects of coffee, cigarettes, and other substances that permanently stain or discolour teeth. Medications such as antibiotics like tetracycline may discolour teeth. Fluorosis, a condition caused by absorbing too much fluoride, could affect tooth colour. Furthermore, aging also causes teeth to lose their bright colour.TEETH WHITENING

What is the procedure for teeth whitening?

  • Pre-whitening
    At first, the dentist will record the shade of your natural teeth and get an idea about how much the whitening solution has to be concentrated with the bleaching agent to get the desired results.
  • Drying your mouth
    Retractors will be used to keep your cheeks and tongue away from the whitening solution and your mouth will be kept dry using a gauze pad. The idea is to keep any sort of interference from saliva at bay since saliva reduces the efficiency of the whitening solution.
  • Coating
    Your teeth will then be coated with the whitening solution and will be left to absorb it for over half an hour. Note that only the frontal surface of your teeth will be coated.
  • Cleaning
    Once the desired shade has been achieved, the dentist will then wash your mouth and rinse it thoroughly to get rid of any residual whitening solution that may have remained in your mouth from the teeth whitening process.
  • Fluoride treatment
    This is an optional step, though! However, most dentists prefer to provide a fluoride treatment after the whitening session. This is because fluoride helps in keeping stains away from your teeth for some time and also keeps away any bacteria in your mouth.

What is the cost of the treatment?

It’s one of the aesthetic treatment and ranges from 6k to 25k.
Our goal is to treat all the patients irrespective of patient’s financial capacity.