Teeth whitening, or brightening, is done at the Cryomotion® center in Lyon by a dental surgeon.
After an examination by an oral dentist, teeth whitening can be done if there are no contraindications. A brightening solution, reserved for practicing dentists, makes it possible to progressively whiten the enamel and the dentin of the teeth.
When in prolonged contact with the teeth, this solution breaks up the brown-yellow pigments that tend to appear over the course of time.
White teeth symbolize health and youth, and restore self-confidence.
Why do teeth turn yellow over time?
Daily dental hygiene and regular visits to the dentist, especially for removing tartar, are obviously essential.
However, these types of care only eliminate the most superficial stains.
Over the years, the brown-yellow colors progressively settle deeper and deeper in the enamel of the tooth, and then in the dentin. The consumption of tea, coffee or red wine aggravates the phenomenon. Smoking also amplifies dental discoloration.
Whitening, or brightening, done by a dentist is the only method that effectively treats this problem.
This preliminary examination is necessary. It makes it possible to:
Chair dental whitening:
Complementary to the outpatient method, this method is practiced during the 1st session at the Cryomotion® center in Lyon.
*day gel: hydrogen peroxide
**night gel: carbamide peroxide
It is possible to maintain the brightness by applying the day gel or the night gel 1 to 2 times per year. Containers of brightening gel are available for purchase at the Cryomotion® center in Lyon.
It is important not to confuse “cosmetic” teeth whitening practiced by “smile bars” or the whitening gel that is available in pharmacies, which only brighten the surface of the enamel, with the procedure offered by dentists