Which in-Office Whitening Treatment Is Best For You?

 
Tooth whitening or teeth bleaching is the procedure of transforming the shade of the color of the teeth to make them appear whiter and brighter. The process is also called dental bleaching. Generally, whitening is desirable when teeth get yellowed over time due to various reasons, and is done by changing the extrinsic or intrinsic color of the tooth's enamel. The latter is caused by food stains, nicotine and other substances that may stick on the teeth and affect their appearance.
 
Whitening can be done in dental offices or at home using commercial products or DIY methods. These whitening regimens are either used in conjunction with conventional toothpastes or in lieu of them. Home-based whitening options include toothpastes that contain hydrogen peroxide, which bleach the teeth while whitening at the same time.
 
Among the whitening products sold at Katy Gentle Dentists pharmacies, trays and bleaching gels rank high because they are easily applied, yield quick results and cost-effective. Carbamide peroxide is a popular ingredient among teeth whitening agents. It is said to be even more effective than hydrogen peroxide, due to its higher concentration. The gels or trays are molded into individual trays according to the user's teeth size. In addition, customized trays are available with bleaching agents such as Carbamide peroxide, LHA or tetracycline, for removing stubborn stains. However, people with sensitive teeth should consult their dentist before using at-home bleaching agents.
 
At home solutions also have their drawbacks. One common disadvantage is that teeth may become sensitive to the bleaching agent after frequent applications. Some bleaches react with saliva, making teeth more sensitive to extreme temperatures or cold. As a result of constant use, teeth can become discolored and the enamel wears off exposing dentin, which may cause cavities and other dental problems. The constant application of bleach may also result in teeth sensitivity and even staining.
 
If you would like to save money on dental bills and experience faster results, you may prefer to get your teeth bleached by your dentist. Professional teeth bleaches include carbamide peroxide, hydrogen peroxide and ultraviolet light. Bleaches are very expensive compared to at-home products, but the effects are longer-lasting and better. For better results, it is recommended to see your dentist regularly. Your dentist will advise you on the right bleaching product and give you professional advice on how to maintain its effectiveness. Check out: https://katygentledentists.com/whitening/, for more.
 
Whichever option you choose, it is important to go over all the pros and cons before deciding which in-office teeth whitening treatment is best for you. It is best to ask questions, seek medical advice, take time to research before getting your teeth bleached. In case you are using an over-the-counter product and want fast results, it is recommended that you ask your dentist for advice. Addtionally, this post: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmetic_dentistry#Whitening, can help you expoud on your knowledge on this topic. Check it out.
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