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Teeth whitening is an affordable and common procedure generally conducted in cosmetic dentistry. This can be done with store-bought products, although they are inclined to be less effective than working with a professional. And when you consult with a dentist for your tooth whitening needs, he will make sure it is done properly and he will probably be able to examine your teeth correctly. These are really the things to think about when you’re considering having your teeth whitened professionally.
As soon as your teeth whitening appointment begins, your dentist will determine which solution will provide the very best results for your particular case. Your dentist can provide great whitening products and apply them professionally for best results. Over-the-counter whitening products, while popular, can often cause tooth or mouth sensitivity and pain. Often, this is due to the solution making contact with their lips or gums during application because of strips or trays that are incorrectly sized.
Teeth whitening dentists will attempt to know the reason for your dental discoloration by examining your teeth. The dentists can provide you with personalized recommendations and counsel relevant to the teeth whitening process. Once the dentist has finished the in-office procedure, he or she will present you with a small kit to use at home so that your smile stays white as long as possible. If you want beautiful white teeth, book an appointment with your dentist today; you could even tack the procedure on after your next checkup.
Professional teeth whitening uses a mild bleaching solution to remove any superficial stains from the tooth’s surface. But there just isn’t an one-size-fits-all bleaching solution and its chemical strength is highly important for its efficacy. Your stained and corroded teeth can be turned when you make a mistake in either the choice of the chemical, during application or aftercare.
Your dentist can lower the chances of choosing the wrong product for your whitening process. And a dentist can also point out problems related to stains which are brought on by an underlying issue and might not be solved by a whitening treatment. Catching an underlying issue early will save you time and money, since you otherwise may have tried multiple over-the-counter whitening products and not seen any results except further deterioration of your teeth.
If you need your teeth whitened today, or you aren’t patient enough to wait for weeks, you should go to a teeth whitening dentist. At which time you get a brightening treatment from a dental professional, you need only wait a hour or two to induce the brighter, whiter, more assured smile you’d like. Having an interesting smile can be a real confidence booster. The professional environment provides additional safety and might help reduce your nerves when it involves whitening.
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