Teeth whitening is a procedure that cleans the stains originating from some foods, that cause stains by corroding tooth enamel, and from the degradation of the color of the tooth.
Teeth whitening procedures are preferred for reasons originating from acidic drinks that damage the teeth, some antibiotics, high dosages of fluoride, and use of cigarettes in people who don’t regularly care for their teeth.
Teeth whitening can be administered with two separate methods, office-type teeth whitening and home-type teeth whitening.
Office-Type Teeth Whitening:
It is a method performed quickly at a dental clinic by a dentist. This method is administered quickly.
Tooth whitening is administered with the help of a special, ultraviolet light device by protecting the gums with a solution spread over the teeth.
Home-Type Teeth Whitening:
The dentist prepares whitening plates special for each person and prepares them to be attached for 3-4 hours for 4-5 days. The person will gradually attain results with whitening plaques they will regularly use each day.
The biggest elements that leads to yellowing and stains in the color of our teeth are tea and coffee. The use of cigarettes damages our teeth and delay the recovery period in a potential dental treatment.
The hard tissue on our teeth is tooth enamel. Beneath the tooth enamel is the dentine layer. Damage to the enamel leads to pain by increasing sensitivity to the dentine layer. You can find serious problems with enamel and dentine by administering the different methods and products you know for tooth whitening procedures. Other than your dentist, don’t administer tooth-whitening products you get from the store. Refer to your dentist to have tooth whitening performed.