After tooth whitening (Bleaching), each patient usually has more or less tenderness (no tenderness is very rarely seen). These sensitivities are temporary and disappear within 1-3 days. Especially on the first day, the patient needs to use an anti-inflammatory analgesic (pain reliever).
Again the first few days should be avoided in extreme cold or hot weather. After bleaching, there is a list of diets that each patient should follow. Any colouring food or drink is prohibited. Especially the first 3 days are very fragile, but ideally 1 week to 10 days should be observed.
Products containing dark color such as cigarettes, tea, coffee, chocolate, red wine, sour cherry, caramel, tomato paste should not be used for 1 week after the end of the process. Otherwise, the whiteness obtained will be returned.
The use of bleaching toothpaste after bleaching will also extend the whitening effect. The point to be noted here is that absolutely no abrasive toothpicks or tooth powders are used. Abrasive products cause coloration and sensitivity after a certain period of time.
The effect of bleaching, which is done in a patient brushing teeth at least 2 times a day, taking 6 months of regular checks, smoking and not consuming excessive tea coffee, is protected for a long time.
It can be supplemented with home bleaching at certain intervals (one to two years). Patients who do not meet these rules may be able to return, and bleaching may be done again as a result.