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Teeth Whitening

Are you suffering from low self-esteem because of your yellow teeth?
Do you feel embarrassed when smiling?
Want to enhance your smile and boost up your confidence?
Do you also wish to have an attractive pearly white smile?
We have got a solution for you at Zia Dental Care with our skilled and experienced dentists.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is gaining widespread popularity not only among the elite class and celebrities, but also among the common man these days.
No matter what class you belong, now you can also smile and show off your bright white teeth.
Cosmetic dentistry is a field which generally refers to any dental treatment that improves the appearance of your teeth and smile.
It may primarily aim to enhance your dental aesthetics with overall smile appearance.

Teeth Whitening

As the name suggests, Teeth Whitening is a procedure that involves bleaching your teeth to make them appear lighter. Teeth whitening does not usually means that your teeth gets shiny white, but they may appear generally lighter than your natural teeth.
This treatment can be a very effective way of lightening the natural color of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface. This won’t completely change the color but just lighten by one shade. roblem in outer aspects of your jaws.

Tooth Discoloration

There are two categories of staining as it relates to the teeth: extrinsic and intrinsic. Extrinsic stains are those that appear on the surface of the teeth as a result of the consumption of beverages, foods and tobacco, and routine wear and tear.
Superficial extrinsic stains are very minor, hence brushing them properly and prophylactic dental cleaning is enough. Stubborn extrinsic stains need more involved efforts, like teeth whitening. Extrinsic stains can easily penetrate into the dentin and can stain your teeth badly if they are not dealt with early.
Intrinsic stains are those that form on the interior of teeth. Intrinsic stains result from trauma, aging, exposure to tetracycline during tooth formation, and/or excessive ingestion of fluoride.
Intrinsic stains such as tetracycline ingestion stains are resistant to be corrected by bleaching and they may require other alternatives such as Dental Veneers.

Teeth Bleaching

When it comes to tooth-whitening, there are many ways available for whitening your teeth such as laser teeth whitening, whitening strips, whitening trays, in-office procedures, at-home techniques such as hydrogen peroxide, etc.
Some dentists use techniques that provide immediate and instant results such as, the Zoom system.
All the methods require the use of peroxide-based bleaching agents.
Home teeth whitening systems contain up to 20% carbamide or hydrogen peroxide. Whereas, for In-office whitening systems 15% to 43% of peroxide is used.
But before you go for such treatment, make sure, the higher the concentration of peroxide, the lesser the time it should be applied for.
If you leave such high concentrated gel for a longer period of time on your teeth, it will dehydrate your teeth, making them sensitive.

Laser Teeth Whitening

Do you want your teeth to be whiten in lesser time?
We provide you with the latest technologies at our clinic to serve you at its best. Laser teeth whitening is a modern dental procedure that uses heat energy from lasers to whiten a greyed or yellowed smile. This type of teeth whitening is considered the most effective method for rapid results, although it is also the most expensive treatment to achieve a brighter smile.
Our dentist will apply hydrogen peroxide based gel on your teeth and exposes them to the laser that helps to lighten the stains and whiten your teeth.
The cost of laser teeth whitening usually varies and depends upon the intensity of stains and the number of seating required to remove them.
Laser teeth whitening is a quick and non-invasive procedure that requires less time as compared to other alternatives. This can only be done by dental professionals and definitely provides long-lasting results.

Home Bleaching Techniques

Our dentist may ask you for your convenience and recommend your home bleaching methods if you don’t want to opt for the in-office bleaching techniques. Such bleaching methods involve;
1. Tooth whitening strips and gels, which are applied directly to the teeth with a brush or a thin strip, once or twice a day for 10 to 14 days.
2. Tray-based tooth bleaching systems. With such a teeth whitening option, a mouth guard-like tray is filled with a peroxide-based bleaching gel or paste and placed over your teeth for one to several hours a day for up to four weeks. These trays are also available over the counter or you may also go for a customized one.
3. Tooth whitening toothpaste. Although every toothpaste helps remove stains from teeth. Whitening toothpaste, however, contains chemicals or polishing agents that help scrub stains from teeth without the aid of a bleaching agent. Such toothpaste is relatively inexpensive and brightens teeth by about one shade.

Hydrogen Peroxide

Do you know Hydrogen Peroxide can do wonders in your teeth whitening procedure?

Hydrogen peroxide is a common and effective ingredient in teeth whitening solutions.
Products containing peroxides, such as hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide, act as bleaching agents to change the color of the teeth.
These peroxides can partially penetrate the layers of the teeth, removing compounds that cause discoloration.
While this ingredient may help whiten the teeth in certain situations, there are some important safety issues to consider.
Hydrogen peroxide can cause damage to the enamel of the teeth if a person uses the solution incorrectly.
People who have sensitive teeth should consult our dentist before using hydrogen peroxide as a teeth whitening agent.

HOW TO USE HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

A homemade hydrogen peroxide paste may help some people remove minor stains.
To create this paste, add a teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide to enough baking soda to create a smooth, thick paste.
Apply this paste directly to your teeth using a toothbrush. Allow the paste to sit on the teeth for a few minutes and then rinse it away with water.
Make sure you don’t swallow the paste. In cases of minor tooth discoloration, a simple mouthwash containing hydrogen peroxide may be sufficient.

Side Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide

Common side effects of these teeth whitening methods include tooth and gum sensitivity, as well as irritated or inflamed gums. These side effects often subside with time. If you still experience any discomfort or tenderness over time while using hydrogen peroxide products, stop using them, and contact us.

Home Teeth Whitening Remedies

There are many other teeth whitening solutions available that you can use at home.
These teeth whitening options include:
1. Charcoal and salt
2. Brush with baking soda
3. Rub lemon juice
4. Oil pulling with coconut oil
5. Rub Apple cider vinegar
6. Eat strawberries and raw water-rich vegetables
However, we do not suggest you use these methods and talk to our dentist first as such methods may be harmful to your teeth as well as your whole body.

Keep Your Teeth White

Whatever teeth whitening solution you opt for, you can help maintain the results by brushing, flossing, and rinsing daily.
Also, avoid acidic and tannin-rich foods and beverages such as:
1. Black teas and coffee
2. White and red wine
3. Sports drinks
4. Carbonated beverages (dark and light-colored sodas)
5. Berries and other strongly-colored foods
6. Sauces (soy, tomato, curries)
To prevent discoloration after teeth whitening, you may also need to quit smoking as nicotine may again cause teeth discoloration.
Try using a straw for every staining beverage so that it may not affect your teeth to a greater extent.

Side Effects of Teeth Whitening Treatment

Tooth bleaching can make teeth temporarily sensitive or can be uncomfortable for people who already have sensitive teeth.
When used incorrectly, home kits can also lead to serious burns.
You may also experience irritation on your gums following a teeth whitening treatment which usually subsides with time.
Teeth whitening treatments may also affect your teeth while you have active cavities or certain dental work in progress.
As long as you stick to our after-care instructions whitening your teeth is considered safe.
You also contact us if you experience any side effects.
Tooth-whitening works best for people with yellow teeth and is less effective for people with brown teeth. If your teeth are gray or purple, tooth bleaching probably won’t work at all.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How long does it take to whiten teeth?

When it comes to teeth whitening, it is important to understand that the amount of teeth whitening depends on the amount of strain on the teeth. Professional teeth whitening treatment typically takes three to four weeks. Firstly the Dentist at our clinic makes the mouthguard using impressions to ensure that the teeth whitening solution covers all the teeth and don‘t miss out any spots. Once the treatment begins, it will involve regularly applying the whitening product over your teeth in a time frame of two to four weeks. The amount of application can depend on the amount of stain. Mostly, these treatment sessions last for roughly 30 minutes to one hour at a time. The alternative to dentist-created whitening trays and solutions is to visit our clinic for in-clinic treatment. We can usually complete an in-clinic treatment in one or two visits and produce results within a matter of hours.

How long does the teeth whitening effects last?

Well, it all depends on you that how long your teeth whitening lasts. It is not a permanent treatment. If you expose your teeth to foods and drinks that cause staining you may be needing another teeth whitening treatment. Avoiding smoking, tea, and coffee – all of which causes staining can help your teeth whitening last one year or longer.

Does teeth whitening procedure damages the tooth enamel?

Teeth whitening does not have any damage to the tooth surface. Studies have shown that teeth whitening does not cause any permanent damage to enamel or any other tooth structure.

Is tooth bleaching safe?

Yes, teeth whitening is safe as it is proved by many studies. To our knowledge according to research teeth whitening with a 10% bleaching solution shows no structural changes to the tooth surface and by the literature, bleaching doesn’t have any irreversible damage to the teeth.

What are the side effects of teeth whitening?

All bleaching gel causes some degree of tooth sensitivity. This is sensitivity to cold/hot fluids and even air can cause discomfort. This is normal and an expected side effect. Some of the bleaching gel contain desensitizing agents that trigger post bleaching sensitivity. All bleaching causes tooth sensitivity and we recommend you to either discontinue use for a few days and the sensitivity will dissipate within 24-48 hrs. Don’t be concerned as bleaching does not need to be done consecutively. You will get to the same whitening point, it will just take a little longer.

How much does the teeth whitening procedure costs?

The cost of teeth whitening procedures varies depending on the services you desire. Custom take-home trays and bleach is the least expensive in most cases because it does not require any special equipment or materials. In-office whitening costs more because it requires professional staff, materials, and equipment to perform the procedure, however, the results are immediate and effective!

Does the teeth whitening treatment works on dentures or veneers?

Tooth whitening has little or no effect on restorative materials such as porcelain or crowns, but it may temporarily reduce the bond strength between enamel and composite restorations. Whitening does not change the color/shade of dental crowns/bridges or any non-natural tooth restoration.
This is why it’s a good idea to check with our dental professional before beginning any procedure of tooth whitening.

Does the teeth whitening treatment hurts?

Teeth whitening process is generally a painless procedure but it may cause some discomfort due to gingival irritation and gum swelling.
This swelling usually subsides with time with the use of over the counter painkillers and following aftercare instructions properly.

Who should use a teeth whitening treatment?

The best candidates for professional teeth whitening have good overall dental health but would like to remove tooth stains and general discoloration from the surface of their teeth. They need to have realistic expectations of what teeth whitening can accomplish and understand the possible temporary side effects such as sensitivity.

Is teeth whitening procedure safe in pregnancy?

Although the answer is still unclear dentists recommend deferring every kind of dental treatment in pregnancy.
During pregnancy and fertility treatments, women should wait until after they’re no longer pregnant to begin or continue as bleaching agents may cause harm to the developing baby.

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