> General information 

Teeth whitening is a treatment that removes both superficial and internal stains from the teeth. Generally, teeth whitening can be done in one of two ways: chemical or non-chemical. Chemical techniques include bleaching using peroxide solutions, while non-chemical methods include scaling, polishing, and various types of abrasives to remove stains from the surface of the teeth including abrasive kinds of toothpaste and charcoal.

In-office teeth whitening and take-home whitening kits are two options for professional teeth whitening.


> Procedure 

  • In-office teeth whitening: In-office teeth whitening is the best and most recommended method. In-office teeth whitening is the most reliable method for teeth whitening since it is performed in a controlled setting by a licensed dental practitioner. In this technique, after performing all of the essential initial evaluations, the gums and teeth are isolated. Because a high percentage of chemicals (mainly peroxide) may irritate the gums and nearby soft tissues, isolation is required.

Only a certified cosmetic dental specialist can provide you guidance and the required shade of your choice.

  • Professional take-home whitening kit: Professional take-home kits are patient-centered and personalized by a dental practitioner, these are also deemed reliable. To acquire the required shade, take-home kits are combined with peroxide gel (the amount of peroxide gel can be changed for each patient) that is applied for an hour (or as instructed by the dentist) to achieve the desired shade. The dentist will also show the patient how to use it and what precautions they should take.


> Result 

It’s essential to understand that teeth whitening isn’t a long-term fix for stained or discolored teeth. Teeth whitening results might last longer if a few basic precautions are taken (meticulous oral hygiene, healthy unstained diet, and regular dental visits). These precautions not only help to keep the treatment in place and reduce stains, but they also help to maintain good dental health.

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