Teeth Whitening Talk

No matter how we take care of our teeth there are factors that contribute to their discoloration. Our eating habits, smoking, medications, trauma, and age are some of the culprits of teeth discoloration. Teeth whitening can bring back the lost luminosity due to improper oral hygiene or due to aging. Teeth Whitening is a bleaching process that lightens discolorations of tooth enamel. We can see result instantly after few hours of bleaching, but it still needs ensuing use to really achieve your desired shade of whiteness.

A perfectly set of white teeth enhances a persons appearance. Nowadays, teeth whitening products and services are easily available in the market. Whether you opt to do it on your own or get the service from your favorite medical spa. Teeth whitening methods have been flooding the market such as bleaching strips, bleaching pen, bleaching gel, and natural bleaching. People sometimes choose to do it themselves because they believe it’s expensive to get teeth whitening, although it takes much more time and trouble.

When trying use products on yourself, you may run into some side effects if you haven’t followed the directions perfectly. Some experience sensitivity, chemical burns with gel bleaching, or the rebound effect wherein the teeth is losing the bleached effect after some time. You are less likely to experience such side effects you go to a professional and are only exposed for 20 minutes, instead of several applications in the take home kits.

Tooth whitening is not a cure-all for changing all dental work. It does not usually change the color of fillings and other restorative materials. It does not affect porcelain, other ceramics, or dental gold. However, it can slightly effect restorations made with composite materials, cements and dental amalgams. Tooth whitening can restore color of fillings, porcelain, and other ceramics when they become stained by foods, drinks, and smoking, among other activities.

How Teeth Whitening Works
The active ingredient in teeth whitening gel (carbamide peroxide) is broken down and oxygen acts upon the stained organic deposits, which oxidizes them into a white color. This process makes the overall tooth color closer to its natural unstained color. This is proven safe and effective as it undertook years of rigid clinical tests.

Evanesque offers Express Teeth Whitening as one of the many services their many services at a very affordable price with subsequent procedures at even a lower rate. The first session only takes 20 minutes while you relax in the ambiance of music and trickling water. The procedure is quick, safe, and effective and performed by our well-trained staff. For more info on teeth whitening in Dallas, check out our main site: www.Evanesque.com.

Related Links
www.yourdentistryguide.com/teeth-whitening
www.ada.org/public/topics/whitening.asp
www.webmd.com/oral-health/guide/teeth-whitening
www.evanesque.com/teeth-whitening

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One Response to “Teeth Whitening Talk”

  1. teeth whitening can be done in many ways. The trick is find the way that your teeth respond to the best!