Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental solution for those who want to improve the appearance of their smiles. It is a dental technique that lightens and brightens teeth by removing surface stains, yellowish, and discoloration. Teeth whitening is a simple and painless procedure that involves the use of bleaching agents to remove stains and yellowish from the teeth. The bleaching agents work by penetrating the enamel of the teeth to break down the stains and leave the teeth looking bright and white. This procedure can efficiently change a dull-looking smile into one that is bright and radiant, giving you the smile of your dreams. A white and bright grin is not only aesthetically beautiful, but it can also enhance your confidence and self-esteem. Individuals who want to improve the appearance of their teeth without undergoing invasive procedures might consider teeth whitening. Teeth can become stained or discolored due to various factors such as aging, certain foods and drinks, smoking, medication, and poor oral hygiene.


The treatment of teeth whitening involves the restoration of teeth’s natural color by eliminating discolorations and yellowing from the tooth’s surface. This cosmetic procedure is widely recognized and produces dependable and enduring outcomes. House of Dontics offers advanced dental treatments with the latest technology, certified products, safe & secure processes to provide fast teeth whitening services in Ahmedabad. Our procedures effectively offer white and sparkling teeth for our patients. Dr. Chaitali Parikh is a dental expert with a particular focus on various techniques for Teeth Whitening. Her extensive knowledge covers a wide range of treatments, such as in-office teeth whitening, whitening strips, and gels, tray-based teeth whitening, as well as stain removal and whitening toothpaste. With her expertise, patients can expect personalized treatments that cater to their unique needs, ultimately achieving a brighter and more radiant smile. It is also important to note that not all teeth are suitable for whitening. If you have certain dental conditions or restorations, such as crowns or veneers, they may not respond to whitening treatments. In these cases, dentist may recommend other cosmetic dental treatments to improve the appearance of your smile.

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Whitening agent

This is the primary component of the treatment, and it's usually a peroxide-based gel that is applied to the teeth. The gel is typically activated by a light or laser to help break down stains and discoloration.


Pre-treatment cleaning

The teeth will be cleaned thoroughly to remove any surface debris or plaque buildup that could interfere with the whitening process.


Custom trays

To apply the whitening agent to the teeth, custom trays are used to ensure an even and controlled distribution of the solution. These trays are made to fit your mouth and hold the whitening agent in place against the teeth..


Whitening gel

dentist will provide a whitening gel that contains hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. The gel is applied to the trays and then placed over your teeth. The gel will be left on your teeth for a specific amount of time, depending on the type of gel and the desired level of whitening

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Light activation

Some whitening gels are activated by a special light. dentist may use a blue light or laser to activate the gel and enhance the whitening process.


LED Lights

LED lights are often used to activate the whitening gel that is applied to the teeth. These lights help to speed up the whitening process and can produce results in as little as one hour.


Laser Technology

Laser technology is also used in teeth whitening treatments. It works by heating up the whitening gel, which helps to remove stains from the teeth. Laser technology is often more expensive than other methods, but it can produce very dramatic results.


Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras are used to take detailed images of the teeth and gums. These images help dentists to identify any areas of discoloration or staining and to develop a customized whitening treatment plan.

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  •  Intraoral cameras are used to take detailed images of the teeth and gums. These images help dentists to identify any areas of discoloration or staining and to develop a customized whitening treatment plan.
  • Avoid consuming foods and drinks that can stain your teeth, such as coffee, tea, red wine, and berries, for at least 48 hours prior to the treatment.
  • If you have sensitive teeth, use desensitizing toothpaste for a few weeks before the treatment to reduce sensitivity during the procedure.
  • Let dentist know if you have any allergies or medical conditions that may affect the treatment.
  • Stop smoking at least two weeks before the treatment as tobacco can cause tooth discoloration.
  • If you have any dental work like fillings, crowns or veneers, let dentist know as they may not respond to teeth whitening treatment.
  • Avoid any harsh whitening products like charcoal or baking soda, as they can damage your tooth enamel.
  • Avoid using mouthwash before the treatment as it can create a barrier between your teeth and the whitening solution.Remove any dental appliances like braces or retainers before the treatment.
  • Wear comfortable clothing to your appointment and bring sunglasses to protect your eyes from the bright light used in the treatment.
  • Avoid consuming foods or beverages that are known to stain teeth, such as coffee, tea, red wine, and berries, for at least 24 hours after the treatment.
  • Do not smoke or use any tobacco products for at least 24 hours after the treatment, as nicotine can cause teeth to yellow.
  • Avoid using any mouthwash or oral care products that contain alcohol for at least 24 hours after the treatment, as they can cause sensitivity.
  • Do not brush your teeth immediately after the treatment, but wait at least an hour to allow your teeth to settle and avoid any sensitivity.
  • Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste to brush your teeth twice a day.
  • Floss at least once a day to remove any plaque or food particles from between your teeth.
  • Use a teeth whitening toothpaste to help maintain the brightness of your teeth.
  • Avoid consuming acidic foods or drinks, such as citrus fruits or carbonated drinks, which can erode tooth enamel and make teeth more sensitive.
  • If you notice any signs of tooth decay or gum disease, such as bleeding gums or tooth pain, contact dentist immediately.
  • Schedule regular dental checkups and cleanings to maintain the health of your teeth and gums.

Understanding Root Causes of Dental Issues

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Food and drinks

Certain food and drinks such as coffee, tea, red wine, and dark-colored fruits and vegetables can stain the teeth over time.

Gum disease

Tobacco use

Smoking or chewing tobacco can cause yellow or brown stains on the teeth.

Congenital absence


As we age, the enamel on our teeth can wear away, revealing the yellow dentin underneath.


Poor dental hygiene

Inadequate brushing and flossing can lead to the buildup of plaque and tartar on the teeth, which can cause discoloration.

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Some medications, such as antibiotics, antihistamines, and drugs for high blood pressure, can cause teeth staining.



Some people may be more prone to tooth discoloration due to genetic factors.

tooth injurery


Trauma to a tooth can cause discoloration, usually appearing as a dark spot.


Health conditions

Certain health conditions such as enamel hypoplasia and celiac disease can cause tooth discoloration.

Our Treatment Process

Initial Consultation

The initial step is to evaluate the patient’s dental health, medical history, and bone structure. To plan the implant placement and select the right size and kind of implant, the dentist will take x-rays, CT scans, and impressions.

Tooth Extraction

If the tooth is still there, it must be extracted before the implant can be put. If the tooth has already been removed, this step can be skipped.

Implant Placement

Dental implant is surgically implanted into the jawbone. A small incision is made in the gum tissue to expose the bone, and then a hole is drilled to place the implant. The implant is made of a biocompatible material, usually titanium, which eventually fuses with the jawbone.

Healing period

During the healing process, the implant will fuse with the surrounding bone in a process called osseointegration. This usually takes several months and is necessary to ensure that the implant is securely anchored in the jawbone.

Abutment Placement

 Once the implant has fully healed and fused with the bone, a small post called an abutment will be attached to the implant. The abutment will serve as the foundation for the final restoration.

Crown placement

The final step is to attach the artificial tooth, or crown, to the abutment. The crown will be removable and fixed or The crown will be created from Metal, Porcelain, Zirconia & PFM (porcelain fused to metal) which is implanted as the patient chooses.

Frequently Asked Questions

Teeth whitening is done by applying a bleaching agent to the teeth, either in-office or at home using customized trays or strips.

The effect is not a lifetime. It may be required to reapply after 2-3 years. Avoiding stain-causing foods for a longer-lasting effect.

Yes. Many clinical trials and significant research have proven that teeth whitening is safe when done under the supervision of a dentist. Many dentists believe that teeth whitening is one of the most risk-free cosmetic dentistry procedures accessible. 

It cannot be. Whitening affects only natural tooth enamel and not ceramic.

The success rate of Single Tooth Implants is very high, with an average succe

Teeth whitening procedures, when performed correctly, are generally safe and do not harm the surface of the teeth. It uses carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide, it is not harmful.

ss rate of over 95%.

Teeth whitening is not recommended for individuals with gum disease, tooth decay, or sensitive teeth.

After teeth whitening, it is recommended to avoid dark-colored foods and beverages, tobacco, and acidic foods.

Teeth whitening is not recommended for children under the age of 15.

Maintain good oral hygiene habits, avoid staining foods and drinks, and get touch-up treatments as needed.

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure and does not improve overall oral health, but it can boost confidence and improve self-esteem.

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