Phuket Teeth Whitening

Phuket Teeth Whitening by Phuket Asethetic Dentists

Phuket Teeth Whitening

In-office Teeth whitening Treatment

In-office teeth whitening treatment provide patients with a fast solution for patients. Depending on brands, patients only need to spend 1-2 hours chairside to achieve dramatic change in teeth colour.


Procedure for In-office Teeth Whitening Treatment

  • First Evaluation and pre-whitening tooth shade selection.
  • The pre-whitening tooth shade is selected from array of tooth-shaped porcelain tabs for post-treatment comparison.
  • Professional dental scaling and polishing is usually done before the bleaching treatment is performed, but it is optional if the patient's teeth is already cleaned.
  • Isolate Teeth to be Whitened.
  • A dental dam is placed to isolate teeth and prevent the whitening agent from irritating or damaging soft oral tissues.
  • Place Eye Protection for protection.
  • Apply whitening gel.
  • Teeth is dried and the bleaching compound applied.
  • Expose whitening gel to LED/UV cold light.
  • The whitening gel is activated by light source. This "activation" shortens the needed treatment time and/or makes the whitener more effective.
  • Leave whitening gel for a prescribed time.
  • Remove whitening gel.
  • The whitening gel and dental dam is washed and suctioned off.Determine Post-bleaching Tooth Shade.
  • After the bleaching treatment has been completed, a shade evaluation is done to see how much whitening is achieved.


Post Care for In-office teeth whitening

  • Remain good oral hygiene.
  • Avoid consuming colour-staining food and drinks such as coffee, tea, alcohol to for a week.
  • Avoid hot, cold or acidic food and beverages to prevent sensitivity.

Before Teeth Whitening After Teeth Whitening

Patients Teeth Before & After Teeth Whitening

Take home Teeth Whitening

Take home teeth whitening provide a more comfortable and customised solution for patient as they have full control on the speed of treatment and treatment result.

Take home teeth whitening

Procedure for home bleaching treatment

  • First evaluation and Individual customised trays made at the dental office, patients are scheduled for a tray fitting where impressions or molds of the upper and lower teeth are taken from the impressions, customised trays are formed.
  • Application instructions are given along with syringes of whitening gel.
  • The customised trays are delivered and tested for proper fit.
  • Instruction on the application of gel and how to wear the tray is then given.
  • The tray and whitening gel are worn for several hours over a period of time as prescribed by your dentist.

Post Care for In-office teeth whitening

  • Remain good oral hygiene
  • Avoid consuming colour-staining food and drinks such as coffee, tea, alcohol to for a week
  • Avoid hot, cold or acidic food and beverages to prevent sensitivity.

Take home teeth whitening

Considerations to Tooth Whitening

Extensive composite and porcelain restorations

  • If you have pre-existing cosmetic restoration (bonding, porcelain crowns, bridge, veneers or fillings ) they will not be bleached and you may need to replace them in order to match your new color shade.

Pre-existing sensitive teeth and allergies

  • Individuals with sensitive teeth and gums, receding gums and/or defective restorations should consult with their dentist prior to using a tooth whitening system. Anyone allergic to peroxide (the whitening agent) should not use a bleaching product. 2/3 of these people will experience some sensitivity for 1-4 days. This is usually reversible upon termination of bleaching.

Severe gray/blue banded tetracycline staining

  • Guarded prognosis required. Stains in the gray family (such as from tetracycline) can be harder to remove, if not impossible. These stains can take up to six months or longer to whiten. Whitening may only reduce amounts of 'masking'.

Discoloration in gingival third or exposed yellow

  • Guarded prognosis for whitening required.

Pregnant or lactating women and young children

  • No know adverse effects but avoid use as a precautionary measure.

Translucent teeth

  • May appear darker after bleaching.

Temporomandibular Joint Disorders

  • May want to consider bleaching one arch and monitor comfort before proceeding with the other

Gum disease, worn enamel, cavities, and exposed roots

  • Cavities and gum diseases need to be treated before undergoing any whitening procedure.

Noncompliance or unrealistic expectation

  • The degree of whiteness is different from one individual to another, the degree of shade change obtainable is dependent on each person's reaction. Certain people react well while others may not be as responsive.