Teeth discoloration occurs as a result of the consumption of tea, coffee, cigarettes and various colored foods.This type of discoloration is removed by dental cleaning. In addition, aging, root canal treatment, antibiotics used in childhood (tetracycline) and various systemic disorders also cause discoloration on the tooth surface. The process of removing all these colors by applying various whitening materials to the tooth surfaces under the control of the physician is called bleaching.
The rate of whitening is proportional to the person’s own tooth color. Teeth can be opened at least three to four tons with this procedure.