Teeth whitening in Colombia with affordable prices

Are your teeth not as white as you want?

Is your smile not as bright as it used to be?

What is the best solution for you knowing that the price of a teeth whitening at the dentist costs around 650 US $?

Going to Colombia to whiten your teeth may not be a good option for you, but going on vacation to Cartagena de Indias and taking a day or two for your dental whitening and other treatments and probably a wonderful way to save thousands of dollars.


Teeth whitening in Colombia


Price is often the most important factor in your decision when the quality and professional skills are similar and Colombia is the ideal place for your dental crowns.

Prices in US $

Teeth whitening  Colombia Canada USA
Teeth whitening by the dentist 200 $ 600 $ 650 $
Teeth whitening with a kit 150 $  400 $ 450 $



At our dentist in Colombia or where are you?

One of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments is teeth whitening. It offers a quick, non-invasive and affordable way to improve your smile.

If you want whiter teeth without breaking the bank, you usually have two options:

  1. The first is to have treatments done by our dentist in Colombia
  2. The other is to do the treatments yourself.

Almost everyone who chooses our teeth whitening solution sees a substantial improvement in the brightness and whiteness of their smile. That said, it is not a permanent solution to discoloration and requires regular maintenance.


What are the causes of staining teeth?

Age: There is a direct correlation between the color of the tooth and your age. Over the years, the teeth darken due to wear and the accumulation of stains. Teens are likely to have immediate and dramatic results from whitening. In the twenties, when teeth started to turn yellow, whitening may require a little more effort. At quarantine, the yellow gives way to the brown and we may need more maintenance. In the 50s, the teeth absorbed a host of stubborn stains that can be difficult (but not impossible) to remove.

Starting color: We were born with a tooth color ranging from brownish yellow to gray green and intensifying over time. Yellow brown generally reacts better to bleaching than green gray.

Translucency and thinness: These are also genetic traits that become more pronounced with age. Although all teeth have a certain translucency, those that are opaque and thick have an advantage, because their color is lighter, brighter and more reactive to bleaching. Thinner and more transparent teeth, especially the front teeth, contain less pigment necessary for whitening. According to cosmetic dentists, transparency is the only condition that cannot be corrected by any form of teeth whitening.

Eating habits: The usual consumption of red wine, coffee, tea, soft drink, carrots, oranges and other brightly colored foods and beverages causes considerable discoloration over the years. In addition, acidic foods such as citrus and vinegar contribute to the erosion of enamel. As a result, the surface becomes more transparent and the more visible the yellow color is.

Smoking habit: Nicotine leaves brownish deposits which slowly penetrate the structure of the tooth and cause intrinsic discoloration.

Medicines or chemicals: The use of tetracycline during tooth formation produces spots of dark gray or brown tape that are very difficult to remove. Excessive consumption of fluoride causes discoloration marked by the appearance of slight white marks on the teeth.

Teeth grinding: Most often, teeth grinding can worsen micro-cracking of the teeth and darken the biting edges.