Teeth Whitening

American Standard of Healthcare

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

  • Active whitening ingredient (either carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide) penetrates your enamel to get to discolored molecules.
  • Oxygen molecules from the whitening agent react with the discolored molecules in your teeth, breaking the bonds that hold them together.
  • The oxygen molecules spread, whitening the entire tooth. As a result, you are left with a brighter, whiter smile
  • Whitening may not be an option for all patients, for example, in people with tooth-colored restorations.
  • Whitening options are available for in-office applications, dentist-supplied products for use at home, and over-the-counter whiteners.
  • Temporary tooth sensitivity and gingival inflammation are potential adverse effects associated with whitening.

American Hospital Professional Physicians

American Hospital Panel of Doctors

Our Physicians are all American Board Certified or of equivalent, supported by western trained Perfusionist, Nurses and support staff.

Tareq Y Shabani

Director Of Dentistry Department

Arabic, English

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