Teeth whitening is one of the easiest ways to improve your smile. It is quick, reasonably priced, and non-invasive.
If you have looked into teeth whitening systems, you probably already know the basics. The one thing they have in common is that they use a solution containing peroxide to remove the stains that have settled in the natural microscopic cracks in your tooth enamel.
There are many DIY teeth bleaching treatments available and it seems like new varieties appear every time you visit the toothpaste aisle at your grocery store.
These tooth whitening strips and tooth whitening pens can sometimes brighten your teeth a few shades, but the peroxide concentration is much lower than the whitening solutions used in cosmetic dental offices. It may not be dynamic enough for your tooth stains.
Tooth whitening offered at Kennesaw mall kiosks is risky, also. Most of these teeth whitening businesses have no professional oversight and the employees have little dental training. (Except instruction on how to take advantage of customer naivety.)
Doctor Anderson recommends that you use extreme caution when considering a take-home tooth whitener. If you have cavities, gum recession, crowns, or veneers, you definitely need professional guidance.
The area of your teeth below the gumline, if exposed, may react differently to tooth whitener. Additionally, the peroxide solution does not noticeably whiten crowns and veneers. If you use a DIY tooth whitener on teeth with extensive porcelain restorations, you should probably hope it doesn’t whiten too much – you may end up with a two- or three-tone smile!
Even though teeth whitening seems simple, your teeth deserve a professional opinion. After all, we are talking about teeth here. You can’t fix an uneven teeth whitening result like you can a bad hair-coloring job.
Schedule a tooth bleaching evaluation before you waste your money on more White Strips. We can be reached at 770-419-2535.
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