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If your current tooth colour fails to satisfy you, the fastest, safest and most qualitative way of changing it is to perform professional teeth whitening at the dental clinic.

In this process, the degree of whiteness of your teeth will improve considerably. The replacement of the required fillings will be performed after whitening, because the fillings are not whitened during the procedure. You will also receive detailed instructions on how to ensure lasting preservation of the obtained result.

The colour of your teeth is determined by 2 principal factors - colour of dentin, as well as purity and translucency of the enamel that covers it. Out of these two factors, the colour of dentin affects the colour of your teeth most. When opting for whitening of your teeth at the dental clinic, whitening of the upper layer of dentin will be performed in addition to the whitening of the current pigment patches in the enamel, which will achieve a considerably whiter tone of the teeth compared to home whitening techniques.

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Doctors

Ingrīda Krasta
Dentist, specialist in the treatment of diseases of the oral mucosa
Dina Lietuviete – Vēvere
Dentist
Ginta Opmane
Dentist
Inga Ozoliņa
Dentist
Antra Ragauska
Certified Prosthodontist
Rūta Rastiņa
Dentist
Diāna Rožkalne
Dentist
Zane Tereščuka
Dentist
Raivo Pusbarnieks
Dentist
Ilze Žuravļova
Dentist

F.A.Q

WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE DENTAL WHITENING PROCESS

The whitening process is harmless and does not damage your teeth.

During the whitening, hydrogen peroxide present in the composition of the whitening agent is diffused into your tooth enamel, as well as reaches the dentin. The active oxygen that is split from hydrogen peroxide, under the influence of light and heat, reacts with the colour pigments in these layers of the tooth, thus making the dentin whiter and eliminating the stains that are present on the enamel.

WHAT FACTORS AFFECT THE COLOUR OF THE TEETH

Internal factors:

  • Inheritance - colour and transparency of dentin and enamel;
  • Age - the older you get, the darker your dentin.


External factors:

  • Smoking;
  • Traumatic tooth injury;
  • Medications, for instance tetracycline;
  • Coffee, tea;
  • Staining berry products, etc.

WHAT SHOULD BE KNOWN BEFORE STARTING FLAESH DENTAL WHITENING PROCEDURE AND HOW IS IT CONDUCTED

Visit a dental hygienist of our clinic at least a week before the procedure.

The hygienist will clean the dental plaque and soft deposits from your teeth, as well as consult you on the therapy procedures, if such are required, because any whitening procedure may only be conducted on healthy teeth.

After a visit to a hygienist, apply for a short consultation with a dentist to determine:

  • Whether any medical reasons exist, due to which whitening is impossible;
  • Whether the replacement of the visible fillings is required, because the fillings will not change tone during the whitening of teeth, which means that, after the whitening procedure, the replacement of fillings in the aesthetic zone of your mouth will be required.


How the Flaesh whitening system is conducted:

  • Minor preparation works are performed, during which your lips and gums are covered with special protective material and a special lip and tongue guard is inserted in your mouth;
  • Then gel that contains the whitening substance - hydrogen peroxide is gently applied on your teeth. The gel is subject to the effect of a special lamp, which activates the gel;
  • The application of gel is performed 3 times in 10 to 15 minutes;
  • After the procedure, you will receive a free toothpaste, which contains special substances - hydroxyapatite, fluorine and xylitol. The toothpaste is intended for the reduction of short-term sensitivity of the teeth caused by the whitening procedure, as well as for regular dental care and maintenance of the obtained result.

TOOTH CARE AFTER FLAESH WHITENING PROCEDURE

After the whitening of the teeth, your teeth will lose the obtained whiteness slightly. It is a natural metabolism process of your body that cannot be affected.

48 hours after whitening:

  • Use the special Flaesh toothpaste, which will help to restore the durability of your dental enamel against staining pigments and will reduce the sensitivity of your teeth;
  • Smoking is prohibited;
  • Use of coloured drinks and food is prohibited, for instance, coffee, tea, lemonade, red wine, blueberries, tomato sauce, pesto;
  • Use of colourful cosmetics that can come in direct contact with teeth is prohibited, for instance, lipsticks, powder cream in the area of the mouth, etc.;
  • Observe a “white diet”.


To retain the achieved result in the future:

  • Clean your teeth with a toothbrush and a toothpaste twice per day. You are recommended to use the Flaesh whitening toothpaste that is available from our clinic;
  • Floss the interdental spaces with dental floss at least once per day;
  • Visit the dental hygienist at least once per year;
  • If required, occasionally use the whitening gel for maintenance of the effect, which is available from our clinic.

WHITE DIET - WHAT FOOD CAN BE CONSUMED AND WHAT CANNOT AFTER WHITENING OF THE TEETH

The objective of the white diet is to avoid contact of the teeth with pigments contained in food, cosmetics and tobacco during a 48-hour period after the whitening procedure.

The following ingredients may be used

Dairy products
Milk, kefir, buttermilk, white yoghurt without additives, cottage cheese, cheese, sour cream, butter.

Meat products
Poultry or rabbit meat.

Fish products
All white fish.

Eggs
Egg white.

Plant products
White polished rice, wheat bread without seeds, nuts, whole grains, and all other cereals.

Vegetables
Boiled white potatoes, white cabbage, cauliflower, courgette.


The following ingredients may not be used
Dairy products
Products that contain fruit, berry, vegetable and other natural or artificial colourants, for instance, sweet yoghurts, cottage cheese desserts, curd snacks, chocolate.

Meat products
Sausages, semi-processed foods, canned food, dried and smoked meat, beef, mutton, duck meat.

Fish products
Dried, smoked, well done fried fish, salmon, trout, tuna, semi-processed fish, canned fish.
Crustaceans and other seafood.

Eggs
Egg yolk

Vegetables
Vegetables like carrots, beetroot, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, etc.

Fruit
All fruit, berries, juices, drinks, jams.

Spices
All spices that possess explicit colours, for instance, curry, paprika, turmeric, etc.

Sauces
All sauces that possess explicit colours, for instance, balsamic vinegar, tomato sauce, curry sauce, Mediterranean sauce, etc.

Beverages
Teas (including herbal infusions), coffee, refreshing drinks that contain colourants, cocoa, chocolate.

Alcoholic beverages
Wine, liqueurs, beer, cognac, brandy, whiskey.

Other products
Instant soups, stock cubes, margarine, plant oils.
Products, which contain colourants E 100 – E 180.

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