Possible Effects of teeth whitening

Teeth Whitening  

Teeth whitening has become a very popular request at dental offices. If you’re thinking about bleaching your teeth, rest assured that it’s a very safe procedure. However, like any chemicals we use, a whiter smile doesn’t come without a list of possible side effects associated with tooth bleaching products. Buy Pure Smile teeth bleaching products at lower prices. SHOP NOW

 

Tooth Sensitivity

You may notice that your teeth are sensitive during the bleaching process and for a short period after the procedure. This is due to the exposure of the dentin layer during the whitening process. If you have tooth sensitivity before you decide to whiten, consult your dentist beforehand for advice on what teeth whitening options are suitable for your situation. Shop our whitening kit here

 

Soft Tissue Irritation

Also known as a chemical burn, soft tissue irritation may occur if the whitening solution is exposed to the gum tissue during the whitening process. When soft tissue irritation occurs, your gums will generally appear white immediately after they come into contact with the whitening solution, especially if you’ve been exposed to the professional in-office teeth whitening solution.

 

Undesirable Results

Depending on the initial shade of your teeth, the results achieved after whitening your teeth may not be what you were hoping for. If you have heavy staining or internal tooth discoloration, you may not notice a change in the shade of your teeth after whitening. If you whiten your teeth too often, you may notice that your teeth begin to appear gray or translucent, as opposed to the creamy white shade everyone desires to see after whitening their teeth. Book your 30-minute session.

 

Check With Your Dentist Before You Whiten

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How to Maintain Your Good Results

Once you have used our 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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