Teeth whitening in Algeria

Are you afraid to smile in public? Are your dull, discolored teeth embarrassing you? You may be suffering from dyschromia, a loss of discoloration of the teeth. At Naoufel Dental Center, we offer you the solution to this problem, it is teeth whitening!

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What is tooth whitening?

Dental whitening is a cosmetic dentistry technique aimed at lightening the shade of teeth that have lost their color and provides a shine of whiteness to the smile.

What causes tooth discoloration?

Various factors can lead to this dulling of the coloring, such as the age which plays an important role in this process. Over the years, tooth enamel disperses, causing yellowing of the teeth, which can also be accelerated by taking medications such as certain antibiotics.

In some cases, we can detect a genetic background, i.e. a family predisposition to discoloration.

Tobacco also causes tooth discoloration due to the toxic substances it contains, such as tar.

Poor oral hygiene as well as eating habits may also strongly increase the risk of yellowing teeth, notably the consumption of coffee, tea and colored drinks.

Causes of teeth discoloration (yellow teeth), age , medications, genetic background, Tobacco, Poor oral hygiene as well as eating habits may also strongly increase the risk of yellowing teeth, notably the consumption of coffee, tea and colored drinks, what to NOT eat after teeth whitening
teeth whitening in Algeria in Constantine at the dentist in Naoufel Dental Center a Dental clinic in Algeria, Constantine

How does office teeth whitening work?

During your first free consultation at Naoufel Dental Center, the dentist will begin with a thorough clinical examination of your mouth by assessing the condition of your teeth, looking for any contraindications to a whitening treatment. The presence of a cavity or gum disease will delay the treatment until the treatment of those pathologies.

The dentist identifies the exact color of your teeth with the help of a color chart, so that a comparison can be made later between the current shade and the shade you will get after treatment.

For the best possible results, the dentist will perform a scaling and polishing of the teeth. Once the teeth are ready, the dentist will apply a hydrogen peroxide-based gel, known for its whitening effect.

If necessary, he can combine this technique with activation using an LED lamp for greater effectiveness. During the whitening procedure, the dentist will put a protective cover on your gums to avoid irritation from the gel.

At Naoufel Dental Center, we make sure to use quality medical products that are certified and comply with international standards in terms of effectiveness and safety. In order to provide unique services to our patients, we collaborate with suppliers of medical products of French, German, Australian, Spanish and American manufacture.

Are there any contraindications to teeth whitening?

In certain specific situations, tooth whitening is contraindicated and should be avoided:

Dr Naoufel, dentist and his dental assistant at the dental office, in Naoufel Dental Center, a Dental Clinic in Constantine, Algeria
Woman using a toothpaste to clean teeth after teeth whitening, dental implants, dental veneers and hollywood smile, dental care

What to do after teeth whitening?

To maintain the results obtained after tooth whitening and to extend its durability, professionals recommend maintaining impeccable oral hygiene, based on regular and daily brushing of the teeth, after each meal for at least two minutes. These habits help prevent the formation of dental plaque and tartar.

It is also necessary to avoid tobacco, coffee and tea, which promote abnormal tooth discoloration.

By opting for teeth whitening, you will give your smile a new lease on life. Book your free consultation with one of our specialists at Naoufel Dental Center to take care of your dental problems.


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Whitening veneer teeth may require different approaches compared to natural teeth. It's best to consult a dentist who can recommend suitable options for whitening veneers while preserving their integrity and appearance.

Teeth whitening can cause temporary sensitivity due to the bleaching agents used, but it usually subsides after a few days or weeks. Maintaining good oral hygiene and using desensitizing products can help minimize sensitivity during and after the whitening process.

The cost of teeth whitening at a dentist can vary depending on various factors, including the type of whitening treatment, and any additional services included. It's recommended to ask for the cost online using our online quote form.

It is generally recommended to avoid teeth whitening treatments while pregnant. Although there is limited research on the effects of teeth whitening during pregnancy, it's best to err on the side of caution. The safety of the bleaching agents used in teeth whitening products has not been fully established in relation to pregnancy, so it's advisable to postpone any non-essential dental procedures until after giving birth. Always consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice regarding dental treatments during pregnancy.

Scaling and polishing procedures are primarily focused on removing plaque, tartar, and surface stains from the teeth, resulting in a cleaner and brighter appearance. While scaling and polishing can enhance the natural color of your teeth by removing extrinsic stains, it is not a direct teeth whitening treatment. If you desire a significant change in tooth color, professional teeth whitening options specifically designed for whitening the underlying tooth structure may be more suitable. It's recommended to consult with a dentist to discuss the best options for achieving your desired level of teeth whitening.

To whiten teeth with braces, it's best to wait until after the braces are removed to pursue teeth whitening treatments. This allows for a more uniform whitening result across all teeth and avoids uneven coloration when the brackets are removed.

The recommended time between teeth whitening treatments depends on several factors, such as the type of treatment used and each individual's dental sensitivity. In general, it is recommended to wait at least six months between whitening treatments to allow the teeth to recover from any damage caused by the previous treatment. Furthermore, It is important to follow your dentist's instructions regarding the frequency of treatments to avoid damaging the tooth enamel or causing excessive tooth sensitivity. When in doubt, it is always advisable to consult a dentist to evaluate the condition of your teeth and determine the optimal time for a new tooth whitening treatment.

After teeth whitening, it's recommended to follow a "white diet" for the first 24-48 hours, which includes consuming foods that are light in color and low in staining potential. Some examples include plain yogurt, white rice, white fish, mashed potatoes, chicken, bananas, and clear soups. Avoid consuming highly pigmented foods and drinks, such as coffee, tea, berries, and dark-colored sauces, as they can stain the teeth and interfere with the whitening process. It's best to consult with your dentist for specific dietary recommendations based on the type of teeth whitening procedure you underwent.

The duration of teeth whitening treatments can vary depending on the method used. In-office professional teeth whitening treatments typically take about 1-2 hours to complete. On the other hand, at-home whitening kits may require several days to a few weeks of consistent use for noticeable results. The exact timeframe also depends on the desired level of whitening and the initial color of your teeth. It's important to follow the instructions provided by your dentist for your office teeth whitening or the product manufacturer (whitening strips or whitening toothpastes) for the recommended duration of the specific teeth whitening treatment you are using.