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Porcelain Inlays and tooth-colored restorations Onlays create fillings that are gorgeous and fortify weak teeth...

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Orthodontics is an aspect of area dentistry that specializes in the analysis, prevention, and treatment of the jaw...

Tooth Extraction

There are times when a tooth is not restorable. Considerable decay due to persistent disregard or trauma that brings...

Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is imperative when the nerve of a tooth is suffering from decay or infection...

Teeth Whitening

Tooth whitening (or bleaching) is usually a natural, noninvasive dental care used to improve the color of organic...

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A constant dental check-up is essential because they help to keep your tooth and gums healthy. You ought to have a...

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Yes. Yellowish tooth reacts perfectly to bleaching, brownish-colored tooth responds much less well and grayish-hue or purple-stained teeth might not respond well to bleaching at all. Blue-gray staining due to tetracycline is usually more challenging to lighten. It could need up to six months of home treatments or several in-workplace appointments to effectively lighten. Teeth that have dark staining could be better candidates for another lightening choice, for example, veneers, bonding, or crowns. Your dental practitioner can discuss suitable alternatives for your situation.

With all sorts of bleaching techniques, the amount of whiteness varies from person to person according to the condition of one’s teeth, type and extent of the stain, the concentration of the bleach, and the length of time and the kind of bleaching system used.

After in-office whitening, your dental practitioner may choose to see you in just a few days to be sure of your gums. If whitening your tooth at your home under a dental practitioner-supervised process, your dental practitioner may choose to check your gums as well as your teeth whitening progress after about seven days of applications and once again a few weeks later.

Whitening isn’t permanent. Individuals who expose their tooth to many foods and drinks that trigger staining could see the whiteness begin to fade in less than one month. Those that prevent foods and colorful liquid such as drinks that stain might be able to wait 12 months or much longer before another whitening treatment or touch-up is necessary.

Tips for keeping your newly whitened tooth include:

Avoiding the usage of or exposure to things that stain your tooth (see the first question in this article on what can cause teeth to be stained). If you do decide to consume drinks that stain, consider utilizing a straw. That way, the liquid will by-pass your front teeth.

Brush or rinse right away after eating stain-causing drinks or foods.

Follow conventional oral hygiene methods.

Brush and rinse your teeth at least two times a day and floss at least one time daily to eliminate plaque. Use of a whitening toothpaste a few times weekly only to remove surface stains and stop yellowing. Make use of regular toothpaste the rest of the time.

Consider touch-up remedies. According to the whitening technique used, you might need a touch-up every six months or after a couple of years. If you smoke cigarettes or drink plenty of stain-causing drinks, you might need a touch up more regularly.

The two common side effects that occur frequently are a temporary upsurge in tooth sensitivity and mild inflammation of the soft tissues of the mouth area, especially the gums. Tooth sensitivity often occurs during the first stages of the bleaching treatment. Tissue discomfort most commonly arises from an ill-fitting mouthpiece tray as opposed to the tooth-bleaching agent. Both these conditions tend to be temporary and vanish within 1 to 3 days of stopping or completing medication.

If you do encounter sensitivity, you may reduce or avoid it by:

Putting on the tray for a shorter length of time (for instance, two 30-minute periods versus two 60-minute sessions)

Quit whitening your tooth for just two to three days allowing your teeth to adjust sufficiently to the whitening process

Ask your dental practitioner or pharmacist for a higher fluoride-containing product that may help remineralize your tooth. Use the fluoride product to the tray and wear for at least 4 minutes ahead of and following whitening agent.

Brush your tooth with a toothpaste designed for sensitive tooth. These kinds of toothpaste include potassium nitrate, which can help soothe your teeth’s nerve endings.

Research of whitening products using 10 percent carbamide peroxide showed small to zero effect on the firmness or mineral content of a tooth’s enamel surface area.

Do teeth whiteners harm current dental restorations?

Over a decade of clinical usage of whitening products containing 10 percent, carbamide peroxide has not shown any harm to existing fillings. The problem is not “harm” to existing restorations; instead, remember that existing restorations, for example, tooth-colored fillings, crowns, bonding, veneers, and bridges, usually do not lighten. That means that any current dental work could be changed to fit the brand new tooth shade accomplished in the natural tooth, should a bleaching procedure proceed.

There’s no proof currently that the tooth whitening procedure harms the health of a tooth’s nerve. One research reported that at both a 4.5 and seven years follow up, no person that used a tooth whitening system needed a root canal treatment on the same teeth.

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