• Professional brushing to correct food and tobacco staining.
  • Using a whitening toothpaste to correct surface discolorations in multiple sessions.
  • For additional results, use a gel or whitening strips, which are easy to use and affordable.
  • Application of whitening treatment for persistent stains (professional - Zoom lamp or home gel gutiera).
  • Veneering or cementing of uneven or damaged teeth to achieve the desired results.

Each method fits according to the patient's clinical situation but in general:

  • Yellow teeth respond best to whitening treatment.
  • Teeth stained brown or grey, teeth with streaks or stains due to tetracycline or excess fluoride are difficult to whiten, even with proper treatment.
  • For people with periodontal disease or very sensitive teeth, avoid irritating bleaching methods for sensitive gums.
  • in the case of crown reconstruction or front teeth filled or cemented with coloured materials, it is not recommended to whiten the teeth because whitening has no effect on them and will make them stand out compared to whitened ones.

There are other options, such as veneering or cementing of the teeth by the dentist.In some cases with severe tooth or jaw problems, the doctor will recommend crown reconstruction, which, in addition to correcting them, can also bring the benefit of whiter teeth.