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+ Reasons Why You Need A Visit To Your Teeth Whitening Dentist
Many teeth whitening treatments involve a bleaching solution on the tooth’s outer surface. The solutions used for whitening teeth can vary quite a bit in their design, so although most solutions have similarities, some might be way more concentrated than others. Any blunders when choosing the whitening solution, it’s application, or post-treatment teeth care can lead to stained teeth and corrosion. These are some of the number of reasons why tooth-whitening is a process that should remain within the professional domain of the dentist, and not be attempted at home.
To determine how best to whiten your teeth, the dentist will examine your mouth to see how extensive the staining is. After applying the product to each tooth, the dentist with turn on a curing lamp, designed to activate the product and ensure an even whiteness across your teeth. You might have heard from friends or relatives that at-home whitening kits cause pain or sensitivity after use. It happens because the strips or trays that are part of the tooth-whitening kit are either too big or too small for your mouth, which causes the product to make contact with your lips or gums, which will burn from the solution.
Teeth whitening mainly involves the treatment of the tooth’s external surface with a bleaching solution. While many teeth whitening products contain similar chemicals, they differ in strengths and concentrations, which can be used in certain situations. Applying the wrong solution can leave your teeth still stained or even corrode your enamel.
When you have your teeth-whitening done by a dentist, you will reduce the chances of further staining and harm to your teeth with the use of a poor-quality or unsuitable gel for your needs. A dentist should also have the ability to point out key problems related to stains that are caused by a separate issue and might not be solved by a teeth whitening treatment. This can help you save time, money and effort when attempting to achieve impossible results, not forgetting that excessive teeth whitening treatments can cause complications.
Tooth whitening treatments sold over-the-counter comes in somewhat an one strength designed to treat all solution. As dental procedures go, everyone’s needs are different, so it’s not a great idea to buy a product like this off the shelf. Whitening strips and trays are excellent for many people but not for others.
Cosmetic dentists will determine the exact reason for any staining or discoloration of your teeth. They can provide tailored suggestions and counsel applicable to the teeth brightening process. To help you maintain your teeth and get a brighter smile, the dentist will provide you a take-home kit. Consider asking your dentist’s receptionist to add a whitening procedure to your next dental exam today.
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