What problem does it solve?
Dental bleaching is a useful tool to lighten the natural color of teeth without damaging the tooth surface. It does not completely change the color of the teeth but lightens the existing color of different shades.
What is tooth whitening?
Tooth whitening is an aesthetic practice that aims to make the teeth whiter and brighter. There are interventions that can only be performed by professionals: cosmetic dentists and dental hygienists. However, there is also a way to perform the treatment at home (home kit), but before starting you should always consult a qualified dentist.
What is this practice?
The practice of tooth whitening is quite simple. If you go to our clinicall you have to do is make an appointment with our best dentist in Ashok Viharwho checks the state of health of the patient’s oral cavity (it is important to remember that bleaching cannot be performed in the presence of a bad state of oral health, as it could aggravate problems resulting from caries, injured teeth and nerve damage). If the dentist confirms a good oral health status of the patient, you can start whitening immediately. It consists of sticking the teeth with a special gel and exposing them to a particular light source for 45 minutes. After a pause of 15 minutes, repeat the operation. The bleaching therefore consists of two sessions of 45 minutes each which allow the patient to leave the studio with a dazzling smile. There is also the possibility of performing this treatment at home without the use of the light source. This means that it is necessary to pass the gel on the teeth, making two applications of 45 minutes each with the help of a special instrument.
Are the effects of bleaching permanent?
Unfortunately, no bleaching is not permanent, but its effects last for at least 6 months. The thing depends however on the lifestyle and the diet that is followed. Red fruits and red wine do not help to preserve the effects of the practice described above for a long time. Coffee, tea, alcohol and cigarettes are also to be avoided.
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