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Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Tooth Whitening & Teeth Bleaching by Danforth Dentist

Professional teeth whitening in Danforth has become popular procedure of cosmetic dentistry. The main goal of dental teeth whitening is to brighten the colour of an individual’s teeth and enhance the appearance of their smile. Teeth whitening helps promote a bright and confident smile that is often considered a symbol of beauty and good health.

Patients can achieve teeth whitening treatment in two ways: professional in-office teeth whitening and at-home treatments. In-office teeth whitening usually involves applying high-concentration bleaching agents to the teeth and then exposing the teeth to a specialized light or laser that works by speeding the teeth-whitening process. This method of teeth whitening brings results very quickly, where the colour of the teeth lightens by many shades, even during one session. On the other hand, at home teeth whitening involves teeth whitening strips or pens, where the strength of the bleaching solution is minimal. Results usually take much longer.

Teeth whitening provides a series of benefits. One of the main benefits of teeth whitening is the improvement it provides a person in regard to their smile and general appearance. A happier, more appealing smile elevates the self-esteem of an individual and improves their social and professional interaction. Whitening helps remove stains left by factors such as smoking or aging, or foods we eat or drink like coffee, tea, or even red wine. Not only does this leave an individuals smile looking healthier, but it also encourages more effective practices in oral hygiene and taking care of your teeth.

It is important to note that teeth whitening is not without risks and possible side effects. Some patients report an increase in sensitivity of teeth or irritation to the gums after treatment, however it is normally temporary and can be helped by desensitizing toothpaste or products advised by a dentist. Sometimes, overuse or inappropriate application of teeth bleaching products will cause enamel damage or result in uneven whitening, so it was very important to follow the guidance of dentists and recommended treatment protocols.

The information provided is for general information purposes only and not intended to replace professional care. Please consult your physician or dentist for advice and diagnoses so you can be properly treated for your specific situation.

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