The dental whitening agents currently on the market are subdivided into two main types that act in a totally different way from one another, in fact there are the mechanical dental bleachers and the chemical dental bleaches.
Mechanical dental bleaches act on the outside of the tooth, cleaning and polishing it.
It is thanks to the deep cleaning and the elimination of deposits of plaque and dyes deposited on the enamel that the mechanical whiteners perform their action.
They are therefore particularly suitable for those situations where the tooth enamel is largely of the desired color but which has some stains. Their action is very rapid and the first results can be seen from the first application.
The chemical dental bleaches, on the other hand, act internally to the dental enamel and carry out their action by penetrating the prisms of the dental enamel and bleaching the substances that yellow the teeth from the inside. They are therefore particularly suitable for those situations in which the tooth enamel is uniformly yellowed. Their action is less rapid and the first results can be seen after some applications.
For predominantly white teeth with the sporadic appearance of yellow-brown spots on the enamel
Predominantly white teeth with the constant presence of yellow-brown spots on the enamel
Sprinkled coloring teeth with or without spots