Tooth Whitening


Tooth whitening is a safe procedure, which results are reflected in a beautiful and bright smile. Read more about tooth whitening

Tooth whitening is the process of brightening stained or discolored teeth. You can have the tooth whitening treatment done at a cosmetic dentist office, home with dentist supervision or at-home whitening systems.

 

The teeth get gradually darken because they are exposed over time to food, drinks and tobacco. No matter which whitening method you choose, remember to be patient. Teeth develop stains over time removing those stains may take some time as well.

Before you start a tooth whitening treatment it is necessary to have a healthy mouth. You have to make sure that you don’t have bleeding gums, cavities, sensitive teeth, and other conditions. The teeth must be cleaned and polished, to ensure that the whitening gel comes into direct contact with the teeth. Then Impressions are taken of the upper and lower teeth and plaster statues are made that are exactly the same as the patient's mouth. Very precise clear rubber covers are then made that fit to the patient's teeth extremely well. The dentist then checks the fit of these covers and provides the patient with detailed instructions on how to use the dental whitening covers and whitening materials.

Possible side effects include increased sensitivity to cold during the treatment, tongue and lip soreness, and possibly throat irritation. These side effects always resolve in one to three days after completion or interruption of treatment.

If you are going to get the tooth whitening treatment, you should do it under the cosmetic dentist supervision since this way allows applying the products in a controlled environment.

 

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