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Types of Teeth Whitening

Professional In-Office Teeth Whitening:

This is the best option for teeth whitening; it is the safest and effective hygienist-supervised method. A hygienist will evaluate your teeth condition to determine whether you are supposed to undergo a teeth whitening procedure, then recommend the best type of teeth whitening for you. The hygienist will explain all the necessary information about the process, from what to expect, limitations, and side effects. The hygienist will then clean the teeth to ensure the gums are healthy and fill any cavities present before the start of the whitening procedure.

To avoid major complex cosmetic procedures, the hygienist will advise you to try tooth whitening as the first option. Complications or side effects that can take place as a result of tooth whitening are minor and infrequent. If you want amazing results then professional teeth whitening is the best option for teeth whitening.

Whitening Strips and Gels:

The use of teeth whitening gels and strips kit is an alternate option to the professional method. Whitening Strips and Gels consists of teeth whitening carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide that is placed on the teeth or mouthpieces for some time. These strips and gel produce exceptional results as the chemicals can get very deep in the tooth giving a visible whitening effect. Dental association’s grant seals of acceptance to various whitening strips and gels after meeting the necessary standards. Therefore, make sure to look for the trademark if going to buy a teeth whitening kit. The most important direction is to adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions when using a tooth whitening kit. It is also important not to use a tooth whitening kit for more than fourteen days without consulting your dentist.

Whitening Toothpaste:

Most of the whitening toothpaste is only used for stain removal on the surface of the teeth. These pastes used chemical polishing agents or special abrasives in stain removal. These abrasives are just stronger versions of the regular adhesives and thus unlikely to cause any side effects or excessive wear and tear to the teeth. However, whitening toothpaste cannot rectify major discolouring on the teeth, since they do not contain bleaching agents.

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Professional In-Office Teeth Whitening:

This is the best option for teeth whitening; it is the safest and effective hygienist-supervised method. A hygienist will evaluate your teeth condition to determine whether you are supposed to undergo a teeth whitening procedure and recommend the best type of teeth whitening. The hygienist will explain all the necessary information about the process, from what to expect, limitations, and side effects. The hygienist will then clean the teeth to ensure the gums are healthy and fill any cavities present before starting the whitening procedure.

To avoid major complex cosmetic procedures, the hygienist will advise you to try tooth whitening as the first option. Complications or side effects that can take place as a result of tooth whitening are minor and infrequent. If you want amazing results, then professional teeth whitening is the best option for teeth whitening.

Whitening Strips and Gels:

The use of teeth whitening gels and strips kit is an alternate option to the professional method. Whitening Strips and Gels consists of teeth whitening carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide placed on the teeth or mouthpieces for some time. These strips and gel produce exceptional results as the chemicals can get very deep in the tooth giving a visible whitening effect. Dental association’s grant seals of acceptance to various whitening strips and gels after meeting the necessary standards. Therefore, make sure to look for the trademark if going to buy a teeth whitening kit. The most important direction is to adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions when using a tooth whitening kit. It is also important not to use a tooth whitening kit for more than fourteen days without consulting your dentist.

Whitening Toothpaste:

Most of the whitening toothpaste is only used for stain removal on the surface of the teeth. These pastes used chemical polishing agents or special abrasives in stain removal. These abrasives are just stronger versions of the regular adhesives and thus unlikely to cause any side effects or excessive wear and tear to the teeth. However, whitening toothpaste cannot rectify major discolouring on the teeth since they do not contain bleaching agents.

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