This technique that consists of the clarification of the dental structure, as a result of chemical processes that occur on the enamel surface. These chemical reactions in which there is release of oxygen are caused by bleaching agents such as hydrogen peroxide or carbamide.
They can be performed: in the dental office, generally in very few sessions, or “at home”, that is, on an outpatient basis.
The professional must prepare a tray adapted to your teeth in which the chosen whitening substance will be placed in order to keep it next to them for the indicated time, generally at night.
It is important for the patient to know that treatments respond differently in similar cases.
In the most complex cases, more than one type of dental whitening can be combined to obtain the expected results.
It must be done under professional control as it could cause injuries.