1. Whitening – lamp and mouth guard
  2. Corrective actions on the gingiva (Gingivoplasty, gingivectomy) – cutting of the gums
  3. Veneers
  4. All-ceramic crowns and bridges (Emax, zircon)
  5. Metalceramic prosthetics
  6. Aesthetic inlays, onlays or overlays

Teeth whitening

The teeth can be bleached in several ways, and the result depends on the whitening type. Burning with the help of a bleach lamp gives the best and most visible results in a single visit. Before that the teeth should be sanitized and professionally cleansed. The bleaching process takes about 45 minutes.

The procedure involves the protection of the gingiva and mucous membrane, the coating of the teeth with the gel that is illuminated by the lamp, thereby achieving the activation of the gel, i.e. its maximum effect. The durability of the dye that is obtained by such a bleaching method is one to two depending on the consumption of pigmented beverages and food, and oral hygiene.

At present, this method of whitening is the most effective, fastest and safest, because it is under the control of a dentist with the highest quality and most sophisticated materials and equipment available today.