What is teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is a procedure in which various whitening agents (such as dental bleaches, whitening lasers, whitening lamps, etc.) are used to change the color of a patient’s teeth to a lighter shade.

Who needs teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is chosen by patients who want to have a lighter tooth color than their natural shade, or those who wish to restore their natural tooth color that has changed (darkened) due to various reasons.

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Kalvarijų str. 128A-2, Vilnius

Why does the natural color of teeth change?

  • Frequent consumption of staining food products: coffee, tea, wine, berries;
  • Smoking;
  • Various dental traumas, inflammations, consequences of previous treatments;
  • Use of certain groups of antibiotics;
  • Older age;
  • Other various reasons.

What are the types of teeth whitening?

  • Home teeth whitening with bleaching trays;
  • In-office teeth whitening with a specialized whitening lamp.

Can prosthetic teeth and fillings be whitened?

There are no restrictions on whitening prosthetic teeth and fillings, but it is important to note that dental fillings and prosthetics do not bleach. Therefore, if you are planning to have dental prosthetics or aesthetic fillings, it is recommended to undergo the teeth whitening procedure before the prosthetic or filling treatment.

Prior to the teeth whitening procedure, professional oral hygiene is mandatory. After the procedure, patients who wish to undergo teeth whitening are provided with a consultation on teeth whitening and its process.

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Teeth whitening results

The results of teeth whitening are evident after the procedure. The tooth color becomes brighter by 1-3 shades, and in some cases, even 3-8 shades according to the VITA scale. However, teeth whitening results are individual and depend on many factors.

The whitening results depend on the individual’s susceptibility to teeth whitening, enamel thickness, tooth pigmentation, the patient’s overall health, as well as lifestyle factors such as diet, oral hygiene, harmful habits, and more.

How long does teeth whitening results last

Teeth whiteness can last for 1.5-2 years, depending on the patient’s lifestyle, oral care, and dietary habits.

Over time, tooth color changes may occur, meaning that teeth may darken, but they do not return to their previous “baseline” color.

To maintain teeth whitening results for as long as possible, it is recommended to regularly visit for oral hygiene procedures, at least twice a year.

Our specialists are experienced in teeth whitening procedures.

Teeth whitening prices

Teeth whitening


ZOOM lamp whitening (both jaws)


Whitening trays after ZOOM whitening (2 trays)