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Teeth Bleaching Services
Teeth Bleaching Services and Teeth Whitening is a quick and easy way to whiten your teeth and brighten your smile.

Types of Teeth Bleaching Services:

1. In-Office Teeth Whitening

Using the latest LED light technology, your dentist or dental hygienist can whiten your teeth 5-7 shades in an hour.

2. Teeth Bleaching at home 

At Home: In just two weeks, you can whiten your teeth 5-7 shades by wearing the whitening tray for just a few hours a day.

Do you perform dental work like crowns or bridges? A tooth replacement does not whiten, so you should whiten your teeth before dental treatment. Your dentist can then match your replacement teeth to your existing teeth that have been whitened.

Teeth whitening can help if your teeth are discolored. "Bleaching" is any process that makes teeth appear whiter. It can be done safely at home or in the dentist's office. It is best to consult a dentist before whitening your teeth.

Teeth Bleaching Kit

Teeth whitening options range from mild surface whiteners to more powerful ones that can also remove deeper stains. There are three main types of teeth whitening products:

  • Whitening toothpaste
  • Household Whitening Gel
  • Office whitening

1. Whitening Toothpaste

It helps remove stains from the surface of your teeth. They are the mildest whitening option. They use a polishing action instead of chemicals and don't have many side effects. 

However, you won't get white teeth like chemical products. Whitening toothpaste can brighten teeth a little Once, for days or weeks.

Several whitening kinds of toothpaste have the American Dental Association (ADA) seal of approval and have been shown to whiten teeth by removing surface stains. When choosing a whitening toothpaste, pay attention to the seal.

2. Home whitening Gel 

Are available from your dentist or sold over the counter. They can be applied to teeth with splints, strips, rinses, or brushes. They usually contain a chemical called peroxide (Hydrogen Peroxide), which gets into the surface to whiten the enamel. Household bleach should be used for several weeks.

Your dentist can customize whitening trays for your upper and lower teeth. You put the whitening gel in a tray and wear it for short periods of time during the day or night. 

Your dentist will tell you how long to wear it depending on the concentration of the bleaching material. If you wear the tray for a long time, the Hydrogen Peroxide in the gel can irritate your teeth.

3. Teeth Whitening Gels Used By Dentists

Office whiteners are much stronger than whitening kinds of toothpaste and home whiteners because they contain more Hydrogen Peroxide. 

They can change the color of teeth faster than other methods. Office bleaching usually takes about an hour. To protect your mouth from peroxide damage, your gums are covered with a thin layer of rubber or protective gel. In addition to peroxides, light or lasers can also be used.

Is Teeth Whitening Safe

Whitening treatments can make your teeth sensitive to extreme heat or cold. Whitening also irritates the gums for a short period of time. If the side effects do not go away after a few days, call your dentist.

To avoid damaging your teeth and gums, always follow product directions and any instructions from your dentist. If your teeth become very sensitive or develop mouth sores, stop using these products and contact your dentist.

Too much whitening! Do not use whitening products for longer than the product directions or as directed by your dentist. Excessive whitening can seriously damage your teeth and gums. It can even damage your tooth enamel.

Teeth Bleaching is not for everyone

Teeth whitening is not a good option for everyone. If your gums are separated from your teeth in certain areas, whitening can irritate those areas. 

If you have cavities (dental caries) or gum disease, your dentist may recommend treating them before whitening. 

It's also important to note that the color of fillings, crowns, implants, and some stains cannot be changed by teeth whitening.

Discuss teeth whitening with your dentist before you begin. He or she will take an oral exam to see if it is right for you.

How Long Does Teeth Whitening Last

If you recently whitened your teeth, they may stain more easily. 

To keep your teeth white for as long as possible, avoid tobacco products and stain-causing foods and drinks (such as coffee, tea, and red wine) for a few days after whitening. 

Remember that teeth usually return to their original color over time. But if you can avoid tobacco and lots of stain-causing food and drink, your smile may stay bright for more years, it may stay for three years.