Dental bleaching is a very common procedure mostly done for aesthetic purposes, however,it is important you get it right.


Teeth bleaching, also known as teeth whitening, is a cosmetic dental procedure aimed at lightening the color of your teeth to achieve a brighter and more attractive smile. It is a non-invasive treatment that removes stains and discoloration from the surface of teeth, making them appear whiter and more youthful.

We at the Dental Specialists, provide three types of bleaching techniques.

  • In Office bleaching
  • Zoom In office Bleaching
  • At Home Bleaching

Below is the standard bleaching procedure followed at the dental clinic.

  • Tooth is prepared by cleaning the tooth of any plaque and then applying pumice on it to give a smooth surface.
  • A thick Carbemide Peroxide gel is applied onto the prepared tooth surface.
  • Care is taken to protect the gums by using a Rubber Dam.
  • The gel is left for 15-30 minutes.
  • The gel is washed off and the process is repeated one more time.
  • The color / shade of teeth may change by two-three shades lighter as a minimum to around 8 shades as a maximum.


Enhanced Smile: Teeth bleaching can significantly brighten your teeth, boosting your confidence and self-esteem.

Non-Invasive: It's a non-surgical procedure that doesn't require anesthesia or tooth removal.

Fast Results: In-office bleaching offers immediate results, while take-home options show improvement within weeks. Customization: Professional treatments can be tailored to your specific needs and sensitivity levels.

Side Effects and Risks:

Tooth Sensitivity: Some people experience increased tooth sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures during and after treatment.

Gum Irritation: Bleaching agents can irritate the gums; however, this is more common with over-the-counter products.

Temporary Results: Whitening is not permanent, and your teeth may gradually return to their previous shade, especially if you consume staining foods or drinks.

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