Bleaching

Teeth bleaching is now a common procedure to remedy dental discoloration or stains. While you can choose to have it professionally done with an intensive in-office whitening treatment, you can also buy over-the-counter dental bleaching products in drugstores and even supermarkets. But even though it's now very easy to do the whitening procedure yourself, it would be best to know some reminders before you go ahead and use a bleaching solution on your precious teeth.

Tooth whitening solutions, even the mildest ones, should not be used on kids and even adolescents. It's best to leave these treatments for adults. Until your teenage years, the nerves in your teeth are close to your teeth's enamel, compared to when you get older. The whitening agents in these extra treatments, especially when they're not performed by a dental expert, can irritate your teeth and destroy the nerves inside. This will only give you more problems for your teeth. If you're concerned about the discoloration of your child's teeth, you should first take him to a dentist to know what the best thing to do is.

You should also be aware that teeth bleaching products are made of peroxide substances, which can cause allergies and make teeth sensitive. If you already have sensitive teeth, you should ask the dentist the ideal solution for you. He may totally stop you from undergoing any whitening procedure. But he may also give you a go signal with a solution that has low peroxide content.

Some dental whitening solutions use mouth trays to apply the gel on your teeth. Make sure that they tray perfectly fits your mouth, since they should be made to protect the rest of your mouth from the peroxide. The tray should just be enough for the gel to cover each of your teeth. An ill-fitting tile may just cause the whitening gel to overflow or go on the sensitive areas of your mouth. This is one of the reasons why customized trays from dental clinics are recommended more than those bought over the counter.

Finally, teeth bleaching is not a one-shot procedure. It must be repeated approximately once a year and, generally, not any more frequent than that. Your teeth will normally acquire dirt and stains when you eat certain foods and drink beverages that easily stain teeth. To make the whitening effect last, you can watch the food and drinks that you … More

In today's world one of the most everyday dental problems is teeth staining or discolorations. Typically extrinsic staining is caused by intake of dark liquids like soda, red wine, coffee and also cigarettes.

It is hard to avoid many of the above substances, so most people opt for a teeth bathing treatment instead. With today's dental laser technology the field of dentistry has a whole gamut of whitening products, bleaching agents and other products. Cosmetic dentistry is hot!

One of the most effective forms of cosmetic dentistry for whitening teeth is laser teeth bleaching. Much like other areas of medical technology with laser bleaching lasers are used to help the Carbamide peroxide whitening agent.

Unlike at home whitening, laser bleaching does not need to be repeated over several days, it is normally a one time visit to the dentist. But you still must maintain your teeth after professional laser whitening. It will not last forever and the better you avoid dark liquids the less frequently you will have to whiten.

Laser teeth bleaching is a safe way to whiten your teeth. One of the common side effects is gum sensitivity after the process and this is mainly attributed to a stronger Carbamide peroxide agent that is used in the process.

In addition, laser bleaching is a bit more expensive then over the counter whitening, but most people feel the results are well worth it.

If you are looking for a fast way to whiten your teeth with maximum results you should definitely consider professional laser bleaching. The popular brands include Zoom, LaserSmile (a Biolase laser), LumaArch (halogen light), Rembrandt Sapphire (plasma arc light).

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