Tooth whitening is the procedure of whitening the shade of the teeth. The shade of the tooth is determined by the genes that are located on the surface of the teeth. Tooth whitening may be done at home or in a dental clinic in Bangkok. It is important to visit a dentist before attempting to whiten teeth at home because it may not be successful. Tooth whitening is commonly desired when teeth turn yellow over time, and whitening can be done by either changing the color or the extrinsic or intrinsic white of the tooth. Home teeth whitening procedures are simple to perform and are safe if done correctly.
Teeth whitening can be done with the use of tooth whitening gel or laser whitening. A dentist will have to do an examination to make sure that the teeth whitening treatment is going to be safe for you. After the laser whitening treatment has been completed successfully, a new filling will need to be made and the old filling will need to be removed. This new filling will have to be made within a very short time after the teeth whitening treatment was completed.
You should see immediate results from your teeth whitening procedure. When the dentist does a review of the teeth you had whitened, the results will be remarkably similar to the original smile. People that want a more youthful appearance may whiten their teeth to remove some of the more visible signs of aging. If you are trying to correct the discoloration of your teeth from drinking too much coffee or tea, you may want to consider teeth whitening in order to fix the discoloration that you have caused through the years.
There are many over-the-counter whitening kits available for purchase. The most popular type of whitening agent is hydrogen peroxide. This type of bleaching agent is extremely strong and effective. People who are looking to whiten teeth and get rid of yellow or brown stains will find the use of bleaches to be very helpful.
Some people suffer from intrinsic discoloration of their teeth. This means that the staining of the teeth is caused by the natural wear and tear of your teeth. Intrinsic discoloration can be seen in areas where the enamel begins to break down as the teeth age. Teeth whitening toothpastes are commonly used to help combat this type of discoloration.
Some people experience more serious discoloration and require a different form of toothpaste and bleaching agent. When your teeth are subjected to strong stains like coffee, tea, mustard or red wine, your teeth can end up looking very unsightly. One method used for combating these staining properties is called carob bleaching. This method involves using a special form of bleaching agent that is derived from the seeds of a tree. This bleaching agent will work with any type of toothpaste or whitening toothpastes. It also has the added benefit of being highly effective because it contains a high amount of antioxidants.
While there are some toothpastes and whiteners that can help you solve your problem, you may want to consider a more long-term solution. Many cosmetic dentists offer solutions such as teeth whitening gels. These gels can easily be worn in your mouth without anyone knowing you are undergoing the whitening process. The gels may take several applications to achieve the desired whiteness you are looking for. The whitening gels can also be used on patients with mild staining problems because they contain an ingredient that encourages the re-growth of healthy teeth and at the same time, prevents new staining.
If you need something stronger, then you might want to consider dental veneers over home teeth whitening toothpastes and whiteners. The veneers are made from porcelain and are bonded onto the front of your teeth. You will have to spend less time at the dentist and you may even see results sooner than if you were using the traditional methods. Dental veneers are one of the best forms of dental whitening available today and they do not come with as many drawbacks as other forms of dental whitening treatments.
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