Staining or damaging your teeth is not a rare thing; it is actually the norm and the most common thing to happen to your teeth, especially with our modern diet that is filled with sugar and artificial coloring.
And with the time the damage can increasingly get much worst, to the point where your teeth can become extremely dirty and damaged.
This can give you a very bad physical appearance as it makes you seem older than you really are and less presentable there for affecting both your social and professional life, not to mention that it can make many people feel less confident about their appearance.
But with the never-ending evolution of medicine and treatment and especially in the dental field, this problem has a very innovative solution, MedEspoir offers you the teeth whitening treatment in Tunisia.
With MedEspoir you will have access to the most technologically advanced medical tools and treatments, the best and most highly skilled doctors and dentists and at the lowest and most affordable prices.
How much does teeth whitening in Tunisia cost ?
Our agency offers you the advantageous and all-inclusive teeth whitening price in Tunisia, with MedEspoir you will be able to save 70% on the price compared to other agencies and countries.
To remove all the stress from undergoing any of our cosmetic procedures, MedEspoir has made sure to create the most budget friendly and affordable prices for you.
This is done with our unique all-inclusive package; this package allows you to have the teeth whitening procedure in Tunisia with only one single and small payment.
This one payment will cover all the necessary costs of the operation such as:
- The hotel room during your visit to Tunisia.
- The cost of the tools that will be used during the operation.
- Doctor’s fees.
- All operation related transportation.
- The postoperative care and medication.
What is teeth whitening ?
Teeth whitening and the desire to have a dazzling smile are increasingly attractive, knowing that naturally white teeth are rare.
The whiteness of the teeth is often associated with a bright smile, the latter often being the first social and visual contact with others.
The natural color of teeth being ivory, the whiteness of teeth is therefore relative to individuals, skin color, age and different eating habits.
Over time, the teeth eventually turn yellow, the nicotine in tobacco transmits its yellowish color to the teeth.
What stains teeth ?
The enamel, made up of microscopic crystals, is designed to provide protection to the teeth against the negative effects of certain foods, chewing, grinding and acid attacks caused by sugar.
Under the effects of time, the enamel eventually wears out and gradually becomes transparent, giving the dentin a brownish appearance.
Due to this erosion, millions of microcracks are created on the enamel where debris and stains end up accumulating.
There are many reasons and products that can cause your teeth to change their color such as:
- Red wine.
- Fruit juice.
Does teeth whitening pose any risks to dental health ?
Clinical studies prove that the products used to whiten teeth are not dangerous. There is of course a dosage not to be exceeded, according to European standards it is 0.1%.
How to prepare for teeth whitening in Tunisia ?
Before undergoing the procedure to whiten your teeth, you will first need to visit your dentists for a preoperative appointment.
During this meeting, you will have the chance to explain to your dentist your goals and desires out of the procedure.
The doctor will run some tests and see the condition of your teeth and weather you are in need of any additional procedure to better enhance the final results.
The doctor will use a color shart so that they can determine the best color for your teeth.
You will need to quit smoking and alcohol drinking before the operation as they can severely damage your teeth and be the causes of many other and more serious health problems.
How is teeth whitening performed ?
The dental surgeon in Tunisia can perform teeth whitening in two different ways.
Laser Teeth Whitening:
After cleaning the teeth, the dentist will start by applying a protective cream around the mouth on the mucous membranes and in particular on the lips.
Dressings and a mask will be used to avoid any contact between the whitening gel and the skin.
Having previously coated the gums with a resin following the contour of the teeth, the dentist projects the laser on the teeth in order to cause the reactivity of the whitening product.
At the end of the treatment, a whitening gel is applied to the teeth and another gel takes care of protecting the gums.
Whitening by individualized gutter:
Impressions of the upper and lower jaws are calibrated by the dentist to obtain aligners perfectly adjusted to the patient’s teeth.
The gutters are then filled with whitening gel and positioned in the mouth.
You will then have the possibility to wear them either at night, for at least 6 hours in a row, between 8 to 10 days.
Or during the day, for at least 2 hours in a row, 10 days minimum.
For the same effectiveness as a daytime treatment, it will be necessary to concentrate the product.
What measures should be taken following the teeth whitening treatment ?
During the 2 days following the treatment, the patient is required to avoid eating foods prepared with coloring spices as well as drinks with strong coloring power such as fruits.
You should also practice some oral hygiene meaning brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing and regularly visiting your dentists so that they can make sure your teeth are in a good shape.
You should avoid biting into hard foods or objects and stop grinding your teeth when you are stressed, it is also advised that you put on some teeth protection tools for at least the first period after the treatment.
Are there any side effects associated with teeth whitening ?
An increase in tooth sensitivity is felt after the procedure. This discomfort subsides after 48 hours.
Irritation can also be felt and disappears through oral regeneration.
It should be noted that these effects are neither long-lasting nor dangerous.