Teeth bleaching or teeth whitening is one of today's

by:GlorySmile     2020-06-10
Best Teeth Whitening Procedures: In-Office Teeth Whitening: in-office bleaching is usually the best. Before starting a whitening program, your cosmetic dentist will determine the health of your teeth and mouth. He or she will remove any surface stains and deposits. Treatment will be customized to your particular needs. Your dentist also will advise you if you need to change your daily oral care routine, to help maintain the results. Professional in-office whitening is also more convenient. This is because the bleaching agents are stronger than those in over-the-counter products. Your teeth will get much whiter in 60 to 90 minutes. Some people may need two or three visits. Others can get good results in a single session. Some in-office treatments use a light to activate the whitening agent. This process is more efficient. Teeth can get many shades whiter using the light.In-office whitening also avoids the use of trays, so you will not swallow any of the whitening agents. Home Whitening kits: they are cheaper and readily available in the market. There are numerous home kits that you can buy and use at home. They are either based on hydrogen peroxide or carbamide. The stronger kits normally have a stronger solution to bleach your teeth. The peroxide is caustic and so over time can result in damage to the gums so you need to act with caution when using them. There are also several whitening toothpastes available in the market. These toothpastes do not actually whiten or change the shade of your teeth. They simply help to prevent stains from sticking to your teeth. Results will take some time, and the change won't be very visible. Whitening toothpastes can help to preserve the results of professional in-office or at-home whitening. Natural Teeth whitening: eating fruits like apples, strawberries, oranges and lemons helps in whitening teeth. Rubbing strawberry on your teeth or orange peel helps remove stains while a drop of lemon on your toothpaste whitens your teeth. Any fruit that contains a significant level of malic acid can be used to make a fruit paste that, when left on the teeth for a few minutes twice a week, can help reduce or even remove stains on tooth enamel and create a brighter smile. Bicarbonate of Soda, commonly known as baking powder is also another natural agent for tooth whitening. Simply add some to water and dip tooth brush into the mixture and brush as normal. The bicarbonate of soda will loosen and dissolve stains. You can also make a homemade teeth whitening solution by adding some hydrogen peroxide to the mixture and brushing your teeth with it. With a variety of tooth whitening methods available, whitening your teeth has never been more accessible. Before considering whitening your teeth, book an appointment for a check-up and cleaning with your dentist. Your dentist will then determine if you are a candidate for tooth whitening. If you take good care of your teeth, and follow your dentist's directions for care, you can expect the results to last one to three years.
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