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After weighing in all things that need to be considered and the different options available for dental tourism, and reading a lot of reviews, I decided to go to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, to see Dr. Juan Tomas Pena.The Dr. and his team at Denstetica were amazing, knowledgeable, attentive, very welcoming and friendly.The first phase of my treatment involved four implants and the extraction of a molar; after the implants have set, I will go back for phase two, which is to have my crowns done.Dr. Pena, was very thorough during his examination and throughout his work, making sure that I was comfortable and that everything was done to perfection; all in about 4 hours and I didn’t have any swelling!I surely recommend Dr. Pena and his fantastic group at Denstetica!
Hispadent - Jose Alonso MD, located in Calle Guayubin Olivo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic offers patients Teeth Whitening procedures among its total of 46 available procedures, across 2 different specialties. The cost of a Teeth Whitening procedure starts from £198, whilst the national average price is approximately £242. There are many specialists available at the Dental, with 4 in total, and they have multiple recognized accreditations, including: AAAM - American Academy of Aesthetic MedicineAGD - Academy of General DentistryAACD - American Academy of Cosmetic DentistryAAID - American Academy of Implant DentistryAOD - Asociacion Odontologica Dominicana
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Teeth whitening sometimes referred to as teeth bleaching, is a cosmetic procedure to lighten the color of your teeth. It is ideal for people with healthy, unrestored teeth and gums. The procedure does not work on people who have any type of false teeth, including crowns, implants, dentures, and veneers.
There are two different options to undergo professional teeth whitening: in-office treatment and at-home treatment through a dentist. Both options use peroxide-based bleaching agents (carbamide or hydrogen peroxides). With in-office treatment, your dentist will apply a product or solution that contains around 15% to 43% peroxide. It works quickly and the effect lasts longer than an at-home treatment. With at-home treatment, your dentist will make you custom-fit tray filled with a bleaching gel that contains around 3% to 20% peroxide. You will have to place this tray over your teeth for 30 minutes to an hour a day for a few weeks. Both in-office and at-home treatments do not involve any anesthesia.
Some dentists can whiten your teeth in a single two-hour appointment, meaning you can go home right after the procedure. However, some dentists may require several in-office visits until you get your desired result. Also, if you have at-home treatment, you may need two separate appointments with your dentist. In this case, plan to stay in Calle Guayubin Olivo for around 3 to 7 days.
Teeth whitening requires almost no downtime. Right after the procedure, your teeth may become sensitive to hot and cold, but you can go back to your normal activities, exercises, and work immediately after the procedure.
To maintain the results of the procedure, you need to make sure you brush your teeth twice a day as well as flossing and using an antibacterial mouthwash. You should also avoid food and beverage that can stain your teeth (acidic and tannin-rich food), such as tea, coffee, wine, carbonated beverages, sports drink, sauces, berries.
Teeth whitening via your dentist are highly effective and safe. However, it may be less effective for people who have brown teeth and it only works best on people with yellow teeth. If you have purple or gray teeth, this procedure probably will not work at all. Also, the procedure carries some side effects and risks, including teeth sensitivity and irritated gums.
If you are not a candidate for teeth whitening, your alternative includes porcelain veneers, dental crown, dental bonding, and tooth-colored fillings. If you do not want to go to the dentist to undergo the procedure, some over-the-counter products can be your option. However, bear in mind that over-the-counter products may not work as effectively as professional teeth whitening.
Before the procedure, you may have discolored teeth that can make you feel very self-conscious and after the procedure, you will have a brighter smile that will help you become more confident.
Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 28/11/2020.