. . . teeth bleaching ———
. . . inlays | onlays
. . . veneer
. . . metal braces
. . . ceramic braces
. . . crowns
. . . bridges
. . . dentures
. . . post & core
. . . amalgam fillings
. . . composite fillings
. . . immediate placement
. . . early loading
. . . late loading
Oral Surgeries
. . . extraction
. . . wisdom teeth
. . . internal sinus lift
. . . external sinus lift
. . . contemporary root canal treatment


Bleaching at clinic (plasma/laser)
-50% for 2nd session
Bleaching at home (2 trays +2 gel syringes)

The term "teeth whitening" can refer to a number of techniques to improve the brightness of the patient's teeth. Among them are chemical whitening, mild acid whitening, abrasive teeth brightening and the newest (smoothest + fastest) technique is Plasmatechnology teeth whitening.

Why PlasmaTechnology?
With the increased number of curing lights in the market today, a dental professional is faced with a number of choices. In past years, the quartz-tungsten-halogen (QTH) was the only available light source on the market. Today, in addition to the QTH, a dental pro- fessional has the choice between laser, plas- ma-arc and LED technology, which differ on 6 important criteria:
[1] Spectrum of the light The traditional QTH (400-510 Nm) and plasma arc technology (400-510) cover the complete spectrum of photo-initiators within the various resin based composites used today, making them both suitable to cure all com- posites without any problem.

[2] Intensity of the light When evaluating the intensity of a light source it is not the amount of energy generated by a lamp that is essential but the percentage of ener- reaching the composite gy actually after it is placed in the restoration, as it is that energy that activates the photo-initia- tors and cures the composite.

[3] Speed of polymerisation While the speed of polymerisation is not directly related to the energy-intensity of a light source, there is one strong relationship: Plasma Arc tech- nology is the absolute leader with average curing times as low as 3-4 seconds, QTH is 4 times slower and LED can take more than 5 to 6 times this curing time.

[4] Quality of the restoration Recent studies show no differences in the quali- ty of restorations performed with the different curing technologies. However, from a clinical point-of-view one can state that the fast curing of Plasma Arc technology makes it possible to use the layer technique more efficiently and therefo- re often prevents problems such as post-opera- tive pain caused by shrinkage stress.

[5] Safety of the treatment All curing sources are safe, however, QTH and Plasma Arc will create more heat than LED, but as their curing cycles are significantly shorter they are well within safety standards.

[6] Range of applications With its high-energy output within a very broad spectrum, the Plasma Arc technology is suitable for all dental light-curing applications. Applications for LED are very limited due to its limited spectrum and power output, with QTH curing times being extremely extensive.

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