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Teeth Whitening Methods

Teeth Whitening Methods

Teeth’s whitening is a cosmetic process only suitable for individuals that have a healthy set of teeth. Individuals with stark yellow-colored teeth have shown to respond better because the transformation from yellow to white is apparent. There are a lot of whitening solutions available in the market today. Among them are over-the-counter gels, whitening toothpastes, strips, and rinses as well as whitening agents that are obtained from dentists. Anybody that wants to try out any of these whitening solutions will need to first of all check on the most suitable for his or her own type of teeth. Let’s explore the different kinds of teeth whitening methods and understand what each of them offers.

 

 

Whitening toothpastes

Whitening toothpastes have mild chemical agents that polish the teeth and also provide robust stain removal than regular toothpastes. These toothpastes have the capability to remove stains on the teeth’s surface and the sweetest thing about them is that they are actually bleach-free. They are also capable of lightening the teeth’s color by a shade. Nonetheless, they are not quite as effective as light activated whitening which when conducted at the dentist’s office is capable of lightening the teeth by up to eight shades.

Whitening rinses

Whitening rinses are among the newest teeth whitening products available in the market today. Like the ordinary mouthwashes, they reduce gum disease, dental plaque and also help in freshening breath. Once you start using them, they take somewhere between 1 and 12 weeks for results to become visible. To use them, you just need to guzzle them in the mouth twice every day before brushing the teeth and their active ingredients such as hydrogen peroxide start to work.

Over the counter whitening strips and gels

Teeth whitening strips are invincible light strips that are coated with peroxide whitening gel. They are applied on a daily basis for 14 days, results are apparent in a few days but the most amazing thing is that the same results are maintained for about four months. Whitening gels, on the other hand, are clear and based on peroxide. They are directly applied to the teeth’s surface using a small brush. They have stern instructions that state that they should be applied twice every day for a period of 14 days. Results become apparent within the first few days just as with strips as is maintained for a similar length of time.

In-office professional teeth whitening

This type of teeth whitening offers the quickest method of whitening the teeth. The product is applied to the teeth directly. The beautiful thing about this product is that it can be combined with laser, special light or even heat. In just 30 – 60 minutes treatment, results are clearly seen. This is the most costly teeth whitening method of all options available today.

Teeth’s whitening is temporary, which is why it is extremely important for an individual to select one whitening method and stick to it when the white on the teeth becomes dull. We expose our teeth to a number of different foods and beverages that stain our teeth. However, individuals who are a bit careful with the types of food they consume are able to avoid whitening treatment for up to a year or even more.

Don’t forget to check out the range of whitening products in Teeth Whitening section!


DENTAL JOKE OF THE DAY!

Dentist: Just let me finish and you will be another man after these cosmetic procedures.

Patient: Okay doc, but don’t forget to send your bill to the other man.

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