Whitening in Georgia

The Ultimate Guide to Whitening in Georgia

Last fact-checked: 15 February 2020

Brighten up your smile with teeth whitening in Georgia . You can save over 60% on the treatment in Georgia at one of Dental Departures’ quality-checked dentists—and with virtually no downtime it won’t spoil your holiday.

The Benefits of Teeth Whitening

● White teeth are associated with youth (as teeth tend to yellow as we age)

● Increased confidence

● It’s one of the most affordable cosmetic dentistry procedures

● It is extremely effective

● It is easy to maintain

Are There any Downsides to Teeth Whitening?

● Don’t Overdo it:
Although teeth whitening is a common procedure, overdoing it can damage your tooth enamel. Always listen to a dental professional and pay attention to any safety tips about teeth whitening products .

● You Will Need to Have Excellent Oral Health Before Treatment:
Teeth whitening can cause permanent damage if you have active gum disease or tooth decay, so you will need a clean bill of dental health.

● Teeth Whitening Treatments Are Not Effective on All Stains:
Teeth whitening treatments only work on external stains. If your teeth are discoloured because of antibiotic staining , teeth whitening treatments will have no effect as these stains are on the inside of the tooth. The only alternative in these circumstances is dental veneers.

● Teeth Whitening is Not a Permanent Solution:
It’s worth remembering that lifestyle habits, such as smoking, will stain your teeth again after whitening. It’s worth remembering that any food and drinks that stain your clothes can also stain your teeth.

What Does Laser Teeth Whitening Cost in Georgia?

The table below shows much laser teeth whitening prices in Georgia are, compared to your home country:


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( Note: the prices above are approximate. Please check our current prices for your selected clinic for estimated costs of treatment).

Are Teeth Whitening Treatments Suitable for Dental Tourists?

Laser teeth whitening treatments are carried out at the dentist’s office. The treatment is quick—taking a maximum of two hours; it’s painless; has little downtime and gives highly noticeable results immediately.

At-home whitening kits are also effective, although the results are not as dramatic as laser teeth whitening. If you’re after a more subtle effect that you can control yourself at home, this is the treatment for you.

What Is the Procedure for Teeth Whitening? How Long Will it Take?

Laser Teeth Whitening:

The dentist will first prepare you and your mouth for the treatment. You will be asked to put on protective eyewear to shield your eyes from the laser beam. The dentist will clean your teeth thoroughly to remove stubborn stains and tartar before placing a rubber dam around your teeth to protect the soft tissues in your mouth from the bleaching gel.

Next, the whitening gel is applied to the teeth followed by the application of the laser which activates the lightening agents in the gel. At this point, the process differs depending on what system is being used by your dentist: some systems only require one, 45-minute-long application of the gel, whereas others may use three 15-minute applications of the gel. After the final application, the dentist will clean the teeth thoroughly again to remove all traces and the procedure is complete.

At-Home Whitening Kits:

You will need to visit the dental clinic twice to obtain your at-home whitening kit. At the first visit, the dentist will take impressions of your mouth which are sent to a laboratory for custom-fit trays to be made. These will fit over your teeth and are used to contain the whitening gel.

You can arrange to go back to the dentist to pick the trays up along with your whitening gel. The dentist will usually check that the trays fit your teeth and demonstrate how to use them in conjunction with the gel. Most people tend to wear them overnight, while they sleep, thoroughly cleaning their teeth and the trays the next morning to remove all traces of the gel. This process can be carried out nightly for up to two weeks, or until you have achieved the degree of whiteness you desire.

The good thing about these at-home kits is that you can top up the effects from time to time by obtaining more gel from your dentist at home.

What About the Quality of Teeth Whitening in Georgia?

Training for dentists in Georgia is on par with training for those practicing in the UK. This is one of the positives of globalisation where standards, techniques and better ways of doing things can quickly be disseminated around the world. Dental clinics treating international patients tend to be modern and are equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technologies for accurate diagnoses and treatment outcomes, and internationally-recognised protocols on hygiene and safety are adhered to.

Why Choose Dental Departures for Teeth Whitening in Georgia?

1: Dental Departures’ Best Price Guarantee ensures you always get the best deals when you book your appointment with us.

2: We have over a decade of experience helping patients receive great-quality dental care abroad.

3: Dental Departures pre-screens all the clinics listed on our website. Our checks include:

● Researching legal/criminal records

● Visiting clinics personally

● Authenticating dentist qualifications

● Collaborating professional memberships

● Gathering real patient reviews

4: We include clinic photos, prices and location maps with our listings so you can make an informed choice of the best clinic for your needs.

Take a look at three of our popular clinics for teeth whitening in Georgia now:

Buchodent Clinic

Confident Dental Clinic Tbilisi

Healthy Dent Dental Clinic



Booking an Appointment for Teeth Whitening in Georgia

Arrange your appointment for teeth whitening in Georgia through Dental Departures’ easy-to-use online booking system. Our Customer Care Team is also on standby should you have any questions or would like to find out more.


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