Now get the smile of your dreams with ease. A large portion of people achieves the smile they have been wanting to wear with our simple “bleaching” procedure.
What do you need to know about Teeth Whitening?
This is an effective, quick, and inexpensive way of getting rid of yellow stains on your teeth. All you need to do is just let us know about your wish to get the teeth whitening done. You can choose to lighten only your upper teeth or both the lower and upper. This completely depends on how much of the teeth you show while smiling or talking.
Your personalized bleach splints will be ready for you to pick up in a day or two. You will be given a special bleaching agent to use in the clear splints. Our particular bleaching chemical bubbles stains right out of your enamel in a very short time, with only a few hours of wear per day, without affecting tooth structure or current dental work in any way. When your teeth have reached the desired level of brightness, special care might be required at times to maintain the beauty of your newly attained smile.
The problem of tooth discoloration can also be fixed with the help of dental bleaching. Discoloration of teeth generally happens due to aging, staining, or chemical damage to the teeth. We use the latest bleaching technology to ensure that the process of whitening is safe and yields effective outcomes. Crowns and veneers can remain as the only viable solutions in case of extreme tooth discoloration. But, as bleaching treatments are cheap, you can also give it a thumbs up to resolve the issue.
What is the Process of Teeth Whitening?
At first, a dental professional takes the impress of your mouth to make “stent” or “mouthguard”. This helps hold the bleach against the teeth. You need to use the material for at least 3-4 hours for a span of 7 to 14 days. The whitening starts to become noticeable after this period. In most of the case, the result of this process is excellent. When it comes to the appearance of your smile, the bleaching process can help solve the problems such as aging, yellowish teeth, stained teeth, etc. If the teeth are very badly stained, going for crowns or veneers can be a better pick. Consulting a dentist will give you clarity regarding which process is ideal for you.
What are the Benefits of Teeth Whitening?
Final Thoughts On Teeth Whitening
The modern days have led to the availability of numerous teeth whitening options in the market. But, you need to know that using these products can do more harm than good. It can have a negative impact on your oral health. So, you should always go for the in-house teeth whitening process.