Safe teeth whitening

DUDA CLINIC offers patients several different whitening alternatives. Each patient is treated on an individual basis, with the dentist proposing the safest and most suitable treatment to achieve the best result.

Before bleaching, the state of the teeth and gums is examined and the general health of the oral cavity is assessed to ensure safety.

In order to obtain the best possible result, teeth should be thoroughly cleaned and tartar should be removed. Any cavities should be treated or protected. The dentist may place temporary fillings. Once the colour of the whitened teeth stabilises (about 2 weeks), final fillings will then be placed and their shade adjusted to match the colour of the whitened teeth.