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On Health: My Thoughts Explained

Teeth Whitening Procedures

Your smile may be the first thing that someone notices about you, and if you want brighter and whiter teeth, there are some things that you may want to know about teeth whitening. Teeth whitening restores the teeth to their natural color, and bleaching whitens teeth beyond the natural color. There are many reasons that teeth may become discolored, and there are professional procedures as well as home procedures that may help to whiten your teeth.

Deciduous teeth, or primary teeth, are generally whiter than adult teeth that follow. The reason why teeth change color is that the mineral structure in the teeth changes and also the enamel becomes less porus. Some acidic foods, bacterial pigments, antibiotic medicines as well as dark colored food can cause the teeth to be discolored.
There are two main types of teeth stains and that is the intristic stains and extrinsic teeth. It is the microscopic cracks on the enamel that fills the teeth with debris and stains.

A combination of procedures is used by dentists when it comes to in office bleaching such as laser light and gels. The first thing that is done when you visit the office is to clean the teeth while examining them as well as the teeth color to be achieved is discussed. The doctor paint the teeth with hardening resin in order to protect it from bleaching as well as inseting a cheek retractor.This gel is suctioned or rinsed off, and fresh gel is again applied for 15-30 more minutes. In order to enhance the bleaching gels, intense laser light is used. This procedure costs around $650 per treatment.
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Over-The-Counter Or Dentist Supplied Whiteners – These whiteners are used at home, and can be toothpaste, whitening strips, whitening trays or bleaching pens, and usually contain baking soda, carbamide peroxide, or hydrogen peroxide. the toothpaste include abrasives that help in scrubbing stains in the enamel. Many of these products do work, yet will not produce the results of a professional bleaching, because the active agents, such as peroxide, do not remain on the teeth long enough to whiten a great deal, unless used often.
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Certain vegetables and fruits act as natural bleaching agents that help in removing stains. For instance one may use baking soda to brush their teeth in order to make them more brighter.

The enamel may be damaged because of using a whitening creams and products. A damaged tooth enamel will expose the teeth and then cause increased sensitivity.

You should not have your teeth whitened if you are pregnant or nursing, due to the risk of ingesting peroxide. While undertaking the teeth whitening procedure, it is good to have realistic expectations.