Teeth Whitening Service

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Teeth-whitening is a way to lighten your natural tooth color and even brighten your entire smile. It's one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it's safe, effective, affordable, and non-invasive. 

Teeth are naturally porous. Tooth enamel is composed of tiny rods that are made out of calcium and phosphate. As the enamel becomes less porous, more light is reflected in your eye, making teeth whiter. There are several processes to whiten teeth ... but most fundamentally, they all work by removing discoloration from the tooth surface. Teeth can become stained for a variety of reasons. Age is one factor that causes teeth to darken with time, but tobacco, coffee, tea, and certain foods can also cause teeth to discolor. Teeth whitening is most effective when the staining agent has been completely removed. Once the discoloration is gone, the rest of your teeth will whiten as well.

Is it worth it to get your teeth professionally whitened?

Having professional teeth whitening done can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars. But is it worth it? I've had my teeth professionally whitened in the past and I was not a fan. It didn't make them whiter - it just made them sparkle. Now, there's a trend among the Hollywood elite to get their teeth whitened professionally. If they can afford it, why can't we? Professional teeth whitening can be quite expensive, but it's well worth the cost. The procedure takes about an hour and, depending on the severity of your teeth, it may take more than one appointment.

Things to prepare for with teeth whitening

Before you are able to have your teeth whitened, there are several things that you will need to prepare for so that the process can be successful. If you do not prepare for the whitening process, the effects may not be as noticeable or may even be reversed. It is important that you prepare for teeth whitening procedures in order to get the best results.

The first thing that you will need to do is make sure that you have a consultation with the dentist that will be whitening your teeth. The dentist should review your medical history and take radiographs of your teeth, gums, and bone to make sure that it is safe for you to whiten your teeth. If you have a history of gingivitis, cavities, or periodontal disease then the dentist may not be able to whiten your teeth.

While you are waiting for your consultation, you will need to prepare your teeth for the procedure. You should not have any foods or drinks that may stain your teeth, such as red wine or coffee, for at least 48 hours before your teeth are whitened. You should not get regular cleanings with the dentist that will be whitening your teeth within 48 hours of the procedure. Also, do not use any toothpaste that contains fluoride because it could cause damage to your teeth.

If you are using over-the-counter whitening strips on your teeth, then you will need to stop using them for at least seven days before your teeth are whitened.

If you have fillings, crowns, or veneers on the front of your teeth then it is important that you tell the dentist. If the dentist does decide to whiten your teeth, he may have to remove the front surface of your tooth in order to get the whitening agent deep enough into your teeth. This means that you may end up with a darker shade of natural tooth-colored filling. 

You should also avoid having your teeth whitened if you have taken a course of antibiotics in the last seven days or you are taking medications that can cause dry mouth. The dentist will test your saliva production to make sure that it is high enough and if it isn't, then he may recommend using a specialized gel when you whiten your teeth.

It is also important to think about where you will be when you have your teeth whitened. If you are having your teeth whitened at the dentist's office then you may have to have someone else drive you there and back. 

Once you have had your teeth whitened, there are some things that you will need to do to make sure they stay white.

First, if you take prescription medications then you should ask your doctor or pharmacist if they could be causing discoloration of your teeth. Second, you should start using a straw when drinking any beverages, including red wine.

Also, avoid staining your teeth again by only drinking stains that are clear. For example, if you have coffee then drink it through a straw or mix it with half water half milk.

If your teeth become stained again, you can return to your dentist for another teeth whitening.

Different methods for teeth whitening

There are different methods for teeth whitening and what you use will depend on your preference and budget. Many people do not have the money to visit a dentist which is why at-home teeth whitening kits are popular. However, if you want the best results possible it is advisable to go to a dentist's office.

The first method is trays. Your dentist will take an impression of your teeth which they have to keep in a special solution for a few hours. Once the tray hardens, it is taken out and fitted to your teeth. You will have the impression for a few days so you can see what color looks best. The technique of trays is the cheapest, however, it can take up to three months for you to see results.

The second method is a gel/whitening agent. Your dentist will rub a whitening solution on your teeth and the action of toothpaste used afterward will help to speed up the results. The downside to this method is that it can be expensive and may take a few weeks for you to notice a difference.

The third method is a newly developed laser light. It will help to get rid of coffee stains and wine stains from your teeth. The result is immediate, however, it is the most expensive method.

The fourth method is a bleaching package. This will include bleach and other agents that will help to get your teeth brighter.

The best result is achieved when you combine all of the methods mentioned above. Your dentist will be able to provide you with the best results, however, it is expensive.

How much does teeth whitening cost?

Teeth whitening cost varies widely depending on geographic location, the type of teeth whitening procedure, and other factors. Teeth whiteners come in the form of gels that are applied to the teeth, strips that are worn over the teeth, or pens that can be used at home. Prices also depend on whether whitening is done by a dentist or at home. Before you shop for teeth whitening, it helps to learn the basics of cosmetic dentistry practices.

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