The method of bleaching teeth that involves the use of a chemical agent that breaks down stain-producing chromogens on the surface of the teeth. Because it’s done with a bleaching agent like Hydrogen Peroxide or Carbamide Peroxide, it’s also known as bleaching. This procedure aids in the removal of stains from stained teeth. Teeth whitening treatment usually takes between 40 and 60 minutes.


1. Our dentist will carefully examine your teeth and let you know if you require additional treatment. Our professional dentist will examine the overall condition of the teeth, as well as the health of the teeth and the health of the patient’s gums, before proceeding with the treatment.

2. The first step in your treatment will be to clean your teeth. Then they’ll put a rubber shield over your gums to protect them from the caustic dental bleach. After that, the whitening solution is applied. The hydrogen peroxide-based whitening agent will then be applied to your teeth. The treatment will take between 30-90 minutes to complete.

Depending on the method used, the severity of your stains, and the extent to which you want your teeth to be white, you may need one to three appointments.

Types of whitening treatments

1. Vital whitening

This procedure is performed on a tooth that is natural, vital, and healthy. The bleaching solution is applied to the vital tooth surface in this case. This treatment lightens and brightens your teeth effectively. It can be performed in the dentist’s office or at home.

2. Non-vital whitening

This procedure is performed on a tooth that has undergone root canal therapy. Intrinsic staining can occur in a root canal treated tooth. The tooth is then bleached with a bleaching agent (hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide) and left for a period of time until the desired color is achieved. Our dentist will then remove the filling and seal the tooth with a white (composite) filling.

* Teeth bleaching are not recommended for children under the age of six.
* Teeth whitening is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.

Frequently Asked Questions

Teeth whitening can last anywhere from one to three years. In some cases, however, the change may be permanent.

For a few days after the treatment, some patients may experience tooth sensitivity. This can be resolved through a conversation with our dentist, who will assist you in finding a suitable solution.

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