Whitening in Tunisia

The Ultimate Guide to Whitening in Tunisia

Last fact-checked: 7 February 2020

Smarten up your smile with teeth whitening in Tunisia . Laser teeth whitening is one of the most effective cosmetic dentistry treatments available. It’s quick, inexpensive and you’ll have noticeable results in less than a couple of hours. It’s also a great treatment to have on holiday as there’s virtually no downtime—so get started now with Dental Departures to save a few hundred pounds.

A great smile can increase your confidence and raise self-esteem. Other people respond to you more if you smile, and if you have white teeth you’ll have the confidence to carry it off. White teeth are associated with youth because they tend to stain and become yellow as we get older—partly as our enamel becomes thinner and you can see the yellow, dentin layer of the teeth showing through, and partly because of staining from food, drink and lifestyle habits, like smoking.

It’s worth knowing that if a substance stains your clothes, it will also stain your teeth .

What Does Laser Teeth Whitening Cost in Tunisia?

The table below shows much laser teeth whitening prices in Tunisia 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).

Am I a Suitable Candidate for Teeth Whitening?

You should bear in mind a few important safety aspects when using teeth whitening products . Although the procedure is commonplace it is still a medical procedure, albeit a cosmetic one, and it should be undertaken with due care and attention.

Before you consider any form of teeth whitening treatment, you must first ensure your oral and dental health is in the best condition, with no active gum disease or tooth decay which can be made worse with whitening treatments .

The last thing you want to do is cause permanent damage to teeth or gums with whitening procedures .

If your teeth are discoloured due to antibiotic staining , teeth whitening treatments will have little effect because they are only effective on extrinsic stains (those on the outside of the teeth). Unfortunately, antibiotic stains are intrinsic (on the inside of the teeth) and if you want to fix these stains, then the only solution is to use dental veneers .

Are Teeth Whitening Treatments Suitable for Dental Tourists? 

Laser teeth whitening is a great treatment to have as a dental tourist because the treatment isn’t painful; has little downtime; is quick and provides noticeable results straight away. In fact, your teeth can be whitened by up to 14 shades, great to show off during the remainder of your holiday in Tunisia and after you’re back home.

If you think laser teeth whitening results may be too dramatic, you can always opt for take-home whitening kits. The whitening effect of these kits, issued by your dentist, are gentler and deliver a more subtle result than laser teeth whitening. Unlike laser teeth whitening, you are in control of how white you want your teeth to be, carrying out the treatment at home and stopping when you achieve the result you desire.

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

Laser Teeth Whitening:

The process of laser teeth whitening typically takes between one and two hours. The first step is for the dentist to clean your teeth, removing tartar and stubborn stains. Protective goggles are given to you to protect your eyes, and a rubber dam is placed around your teeth, which protects the soft tissues in your mouth from the bleaching gel.

Once you are prepared, the dentist will apply the whitening gel to your teeth. The bleaching agents in the gel are activated by the laser, which the dentist applies once the gel is in place. Then, depending on the system your dentist uses, the gel is left on the teeth for a period of 15 minutes, removed and then the process repeated another two times. Alternatively, the gel may be applied just once but left on for 45 minutes.

Once the allotted time is up, the dentist will remove all traces of the gel and clean your teeth thoroughly, which completes the procedure.

At-Home Whitening Kits:

You will require two appointments at the dentist for this treatment. At your first visit, you will need impressions of your mouth taking. These are sent to a laboratory where custom-fit trays are made to fit over your teeth. These will hold the whitening gel.

After a few days, you can go back to your dentist’s office to pick up your gel and trays. They will make sure they fit and demonstrate how they should be used. Most patients wear them overnight while they sleep, rinsing them out and cleaning their teeth thoroughly when they wake up to remove all the gel.

The great thing about at-home whitening kits is that you can obtain further gel from your dentist at home if you want to top-up the whitening effect in the future.

What About the Quality of Teeth Whitening in Tunisia? 

Dentist training in Tunisia is on a par with dentists at home, comprising five years at medical school and then a further year as an intern. After passing their exams, students officially become licensed dentists and are permitted to practice general dentistry. Many dentists carry on training in order to specialise in different areas.

Dental clinics in Tunisia are geared up for international patients, and are modern and contemporary. They are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, such as 3D/CT scanning and digital x-rays, providing accurate diagnoses and predictable treatment outcomes. You really should find that the majority of clinics offer services equivalent, if not better than what you expect at home.

Why Choose Dental Departures for Teeth Whitening in Tunisia?

1: Dental Departures has years of experience in helping patients find affordable, good-quality dental care at clinics abroad.

2: Dental Departures guarantees the best prices , so you’ll never pay more than you need.

3: Our team around the world pre-screens all of the clinics you see listed on our. These checks include:

● Searching legal/criminal records

● Carrying out onsite visits

● Confirming dentist qualifications

● Authenticating professional memberships

● Collating real patient reviews

4: Our listings also include clinic photos, prices and location maps to help you make an informed choice. You’ll also be directed to a secure online booking platform and we don’t charge you, as the patient, to make an appointment.

Take a look at our popular clinics for teeth whitening in Tunisia:

Cabinet Dentaire Dr Ridha Bessrour

Cabinet Dentaire Dr Ahmed Besrour

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Booking an Appointment for Teeth Whitening in Tunisia:

You can book your appointment for teeth whitening in Tunisia online with Dental Departures, or get in touch with our Customer Care Team if you’ve any questions.


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