Teeth Whitening Options and Safety
Teeth can be stained or discolored for a variety of reasons. If you want to make them brighter and whiter, you can do it safely. There are a number of options to choose from. You can visit your dentist for whitening treatments or try whitening products at home. While there are some side effects from teeth whitening, most conventional whitening treatments are safe to use as long as you follow the directions of the product.
Do not use toothpaste that has peroxide carbamide in it. Instead, these toothpaste attack the surface of your teeth with a variety of substances, including abrasives and synthetic blue covariances. It may take time for instant whitening toothpaste to work, but those with blue covering may be effective after just one brush because the chemical makes your teeth whiter. Shop our whitening kit here
You can also buy over-the-counter whitening strips for your teeth. They contain a smaller amount of hydrogen peroxide than professional products. You apply them to your teeth one or two times a day for a specified period of time, as indicated by the manufacturer.
Activated charcoal and other home-based methods
You might be curious to use homemade teeth whitening methods. One such treatment is activated charcoal. Such approaches are not scientifically proven to whiten teeth and should be discussed with a dentist before they are checked. You can damage your teeth if you use these methods without first consulting a dentist. You can contact us prior to booking an appointment to find out if we have any teeth whitening specials available. Book your 30-minute session.
You may also have gingival irritation. This is when the gums get irritated. This can happen due to contact with the whitening material on your gums. This side effect should go away after the treatment.
How to Maintain Your Good Results
Once you have used our teeth whitening products, there are things you can do to prevent stains and keep your smile as bright as possible:
- Practice good dental hygiene, including brushing twice a day, flossing once a day and seeing us for your routine cleanings
- Be aware of major stain culprits, such as red wine, tomato-based foods, energy drinks, tea and coffee
- Rinse your mouth with water after eating or drinking so that stain causers don’t sit on your teeth
- Don’t smoke
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