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5 Important Frequently Asked Questions About Tooth Whitening

What is tooth whitening?

It is a bleaching process that lightens the discoloration and removes stains of enamel and dentin layer by the used of mild solutions of both carbamide and hydrogen peroxide retained and worn over your teeth. You have so many options on how to whiten teeth depending on the condition and volume of stain present in your teeth.
What causes tooth discoloration?
 
Aging is the most common factor why our teeth changes from one color to another. Genetics can also play a role because some people are naturally born with whiter enamel than others. Staining or chemical damage cause by medications, coffee, tea or cigarettes and excessive fluorides can also affect the color of our teeth. Different shade of staining is brought about by drinking significant amount of softdrinks while damage to root may contribute too.

Is tooth whitening safe?

Controlled amount of carbamide and peroxide hydrogen tooth whitening may contain is gentle safe in the teeth and gum under the supervision of a dentist. Dentist-supervised whitening process has been practice for almost a century increasing by number almost every year as yellowed teeth becoming less and less acceptable. Procedure to whiten tooth has been simplified and made to be safe by the presence of ADA Seal of Acceptance.

How much can tooth be whitened?

It is very common question from an individual who came from a bleaching or whitening process. The answer is highly unlikely; depending on whitening procedure since other might claims they can whiten your teeth up to nine shades. There is no such as standard system in the dental field to measure and determine the color of your teeth but a change of two or three will make a significant difference in terms of teeth whitening. It sounds strange but not all of your teeth have the same natural color but usually, your front teeth always be the whitest. Visiting your cosmetic dentist, they take into account the structure of your tooth, what you personally can expect for a specific smile, how tooth will vary from one person to another and the type of procedure implemented will affect the outcome.

What are tooth whitening procedures?

The type of teeth bleaching procedures available should be discussed with your cosmetic dentist so they can recommend the best for you. Advantages and disadvantages may cited depending upon your objectives and commitment to the process. Laser bleaching is used by applying translucent teeth whiteners or bleaching gel on the teeth and a laser light is used to activate the crystals and penetrate tooth enamel to increase lightening effect. Length of procedure may depend on the discoloration you have. Tooth bleaching is used by applying a small amount of bleaching abrasive most effective for mildly stained teeth and the most common whitening technique because it costs less if you have severe discoloration teeth. Tooth veneers are often alternative to crowns; they are very thin especially-shaped porcelain or plastics that are glued over the front of your teeth no anesthesia needed. They are created from an impression taken in your dentist's office to cure teeth that are discolored, chipped, have small holes, misshapen or for the correction of uneven spaces. It will last from ten to fifteen years depending on durability and come in colors that brighten dark teeth.
 
*Information above provided by dental.preferredconsumer.com

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