9 Shades Lighter in One Day
Do you feel that your smile isn’t as white as it could be? Or do you avoid smiling completely because your teeth look dull? Have you been considering teeth whitening options but not sure which route to take?
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It is quite obvious what you can do to help with your weight and hair insecurities, but what about teeth? We recommend visiting a dentist to see what options you have available. Reasons for teeth whitening.
Tooth whitening is amongst one of the most popular cosmetic treatments available, which we explain to you in this article.
Take a look at this article which can provide you with some basic understanding of what is involved in the teeth whitening treatment.
What is an in-house whitening?
In-house tooth whitening involves the patient visiting the dental practice to receive the treatment there and then with the dentist.
The laser whitening process, for example, is as follows:
- The teeth are cleaned and prepared, ready for the bleaching gel to be applied.
- The gums, cheeks, and lips are covered and lifted out of the way, which makes sure that they don’t touch the teeth during treatment. Exposure of gum tissue by the peroxide gel may result in a painful burning sensation
- The patient’s eyes are also provided with protection against the light produced by the laser
- The bleaching gel is placed on the teeth and activated by the laser
- The gel is left to work for around 15 minutes, which is then wiped off and repeated two more times. The overall procedure takes around 1-1 ½ hours.
- The gel is then removed from the teeth, revealing a whiter and healthier looking smile.
What if I have false teeth?
Many people who are looking to improve their smile wonder if getting a tooth/teeth replacement they will still struggle with having discoloured teeth. This is a common worry, especially for those getting dental implants near the front of their mouth, as they do not want them to look any different to the rest of their teeth.
Most dental implant specialists have the option to tailor the implant to your teeth, choosing a similar, if not exact shading to your existing teeth, so that if you have perfectly white teeth you won’t need to worry about having a colour mismatch.
Dental implants surrey specialist Gentle Dental offers the answers to any worries like these regarding the dental implants procedure.
Find out more about dental implants and colour matching here
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