In the two weeks of treatment you should avoid coffee, tea, red wine or any food that can stain in
your teeth. If you cannot do without coffee you should rinse your teeth immediately after drinking
No it doesn’t, but it can only be done by a dentist that first does a check up to look for cavities,
small fracture fractures, presence of tooth sensitivity that must be dealt with before starting the
In some cases patients mention sensitivity while they are doing the treatment. This is due to the
fact that the tooth is slightly more porous during treatment and is reversible after it.
For this reason if you already suffer from sensitivity you’re not a good candidate for dental
bleaching because sensitivity will certainly rise and can be an issue.
From my experience sensitivity is less when you use the night product, for this reason it is my
You can but you have to be aware that this treatment will have no effect on ceramics so the
crowns, veneers or bridges will not whiten.
Usually you start to see results at the end of some days but you should do two or three weeks
treatment in order to attain an optimum result and mainly a lasting one. The less time the product
is in contact with your teeth the sooner it will revert to its original color.
From my experience, no. Patients like this kind of treatment a lot because it is very convenient and has quick results.
The Teeth Whiten, not as much as with the use of individual trays with gel, but the results last only about six month.
I don’t like the so-called whitening toothpaste because many of these are very abrasive, brushing away stains but also tooth enamel which is extremely harmful. Don’t use them.