Teeth Whitening Service
WHAT IS TEETH WHITENING?
Teeth whitening involves the bleaching of your teeth to make them lighter, clean and white. It can't make your teeth brilliantly white, but it can lighten the existing color.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TEETH WHITENING & TEETH BLEACHING
A teeth whitening process for teeth describes the process of restoring the natural color of your teeth by removing the stains from your tooth surface. Whiteners are the cleaning agents that can be found in the toothpaste and the mouth rinses.
Bleaching teeth refers to the whitening of your teeth beyond their natural color. Active ingredients like hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide are the main bleaching agents which are most often used in teeth bleaching processes.
Whitening toothpaste contains gentle polish or chemical agents that provide additional stain removal effectiveness. Whitening toothpaste can help to remove surface stains only and do not contain bleach; over-the-counter and professional whitening products contain carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide that helps in lightening the color deep in the tooth. Whitening toothpaste can lighten the tooth's color by about one or two shade. In contrast, the professional whitening conducted in your dentist's clinic can make your teeth three to eight shades lighter.
OVER-THE-COUNTER WHITENING & GEL
Whitening gels are clear, peroxide-based gels applied with a small brush directly on your teeth’s surface. Instructions vary depending upon the strength of the peroxide used in the gels. Follow the directions/instructions on the product very carefully.
Whitening strips are very thin and are virtually invisible strips that are coated with peroxide-based gel. The strips should be applied according to the instructions/directions on the label.Initial results are seen in just a few days and final results used to come in about four months.
Whitening rinses are the newest product to whiten up your teeth. Like most of the mouthwashes, they freshen ups the breath and help in reducing dental plaque and gum diseases. But these products also include ingredients, like hydrogen peroxide, as it whitens the teeth. Manufacturers say it may take around 12 weeks to see the results. Just swish it in your mouth for 60 seconds twice a day before brushing your teeth. However, some experts say that the rinses may not be as effective as other over-the-counter whitening products can be. Because a whitening rinse is only in contact with the teeth for a very short time.
Tray-based tooth whitening systems can be purchased either from over-the-counter or from a dentist. It involves the filling of a mouth guard-like tray with a gel whitening solution which contains a peroxide-bleaching agent. The tray is worn for a time period, generally from a couple of hours to a day to every day during the night for up to four weeks and even longer.
In-office bleaching provides the quickest way to whiten up your teeth. With in-office bleaching, the whitening product is applied directly on your teeth. These products can be used on your teeth in a combination with heat, a special light, or a laser. Results are seen in between 30- to 60-minute treatment. But to achieve dramatic results, several appointments are required. However, in-office bleaching can give you dramatic results after the first treatment. This type of whitening is also the most expensive treatment for the whitening of your teeth.
Laser teeth whitening is also a good option because the procedure is quite painless and quick and the results are guaranteed in this process. In comparison to other teeth whitening products available in the market, the benefits of laser teeth whitening are more like:
This laser teeth whitening procedure is very simple. This does not require an actual laser. Only, a light activated system is used. It does not require any surgery.
Laser teeth whitening does not take any time. Other teeth whitening methods might require multiple sittings for a time period but a laser teeth whitening procedure is done in just one sitting of around 45 minutes. Its results are visible for at least two years. Laser teeth whitening process is strictly handled by professionals.
The results achieved are dramatic and guaranteed. Other procedures might take many sittings with no guarantee of results but laser teeth whitening provides visible guaranteed shade improvement in just one sitting.
Teeth whitening is not a permanent treatment to whiten up your teeth. People who expose their teeth to foods and beverages cause staining which may start the whiteness fading up in as little as one month. Those who avoid foods and beverages that stain may be able to wait one year or longer before another whitening treatment or touch-up is required.
The degree of whiteness will vary from individual to individual depending upon the condition of their teeth, the level of staining, and the type of bleaching system is been used.
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