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How to Get a Perfect Smile with Professional Teeth Whitening? Stained and discolored teeth ruining your smile and relationships? There is good news for you. You can get rid of your stained teeth and enjoy a beautiful smile with the help of professional teeth whitening. What is Professional Teeth Whitening? Professional teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure which involves the removal of stains from teeth by applying a potent bleaching agent. The bleaching agent, usually carbamide peroxide is quite unstable in the open air and quickly disintegrates to form hydrogen peroxide. The released hydrogen peroxide gas penetrates beneath the enamel layer of the tooth and dissolves stains and discoloration from the surface of teeth. Who can Benefit from Professional Teeth Whitening? you should consider teeth whitening if you have the following cosmetic dental problems: • Coffee stains • Tea stains • Tobacco stains • Red wine stains • Teeth stains caused due heavily colored foods It must be mentioned here that stains that develop on teeth during the developmental stages of enamel and dentine cannot be removed through professional teeth whitening. Instead, they need to be cosmetically managed with the help of veneers and crowns. How is Professional Teeth Whitening Performed? Professional teeth whitening involves the following steps: • Gum Protection – your dentist will first protect your gums by applying a protective coating such as cocoa butter, Vaseline or vitamin E. This is done to prevent accidental bleaching of the gums. The more popular in office bleaching products such as ZOOM whitening, will place a barrier around your gums that hardens and protects really well. They will also place gauze and/ or cotton roll. The more the protection, the better they will ensure your comfort. • Application of Bleaching Agent – your dentist will pour the bleaching agent inside specially designed custom trays which are then placed inside the oral cavity for about 30 minutes. The polymerization of the bleaching agent is activated with the help of a visible light source. When the trays are removed, whitening effect on the teeth is observed. If required, multiple sittings for teeth whitening may also be scheduled. Again, with products such as ZOOM, they will apply the bleach directly on your teeth and then place the light to activate it. Many clinics will make customized take home trays that you can use to retouch if needed after a few months. How white will my teeth get? So, here is the thing. Everyone is born with a shade of white. Not everyone is the same. Therefore, when you whiten your teeth, you will only go back to your original color, or the maximum color that YOU can whiten to. Always keep in mind that your results will be different than everyone else’s. The good news is that you will leave with whiter teeth than what you went in with How long will it last me? This will depend on your diet. How much do you drink coffee, wine, smoke etc. The more […]

Everything you Need to Know About Mouth guards Imagine what would it be if you lost one or more of your teeth due to an injury? Not only will you have difficulty in eating and speaking but you will also have to face significant esthetic problems due to the missing teeth. So what can you do prevent dental injuries? One way would be to avoid any situation which may result in trauma to your teeth. However, this is not always possible as accidents can occur at any time. If you want your teeth and gums to be prevented from accidental damage, then you should consider wearing a mouthguard. What is a Mouthguard? Mouthguards, also known as mouth protectors are simple dental appliances that prevent teeth and gums from traumatic injuries by providing a cushion to any blow or impact force. Mouthguards are usually worn over the upper teeth, which are among the most common dental structures to get damaged due to trauma due to their forward placement. Who Should Wear a Mouthguard? Mouthguards should be worn by anyone who is at a greater risk of having dental emergencies. A mouthguard is recommended for you in the following cases: • Contact Sports – your facial structures are more prone to dental injuries if you like contact sports like football, soccer should wear a mouthguards while playing. • Non-contact/Recreational Sports – although there are less chances of dental injuries in non-contact sports like riding a bicycle, skateboarding or gymnastics, it’s best to prevent your teeth and gums by wearing a mouthguard. How Many Types of Mouthguards are There? • Stock Mouthguards – these are preformed and available in various sizes. However, since they do not provide optimal fit, breathing and speaking becomes difficult when they are worn. We do not recommend it. • Boil and Bite Mouthguards – These can be bought at various sports stores. They offer better fit and comfort in comparison to the stock protectors. Since they are prepared from thermoplastic materials, they are boiled and then placed inside the mouth to shape them according to the contour of the teeth. MAY CAUSE STRESS TO THE TMJ- LEADING TO SORENESS AND PAIN • Custom Mouthguards – these are individually prepared for each patient at the dentist’s office and provide the best fit and convenience. These mouth protectors are more expensive than the other two types and require longer time for fabrication BUT OFFER THE BEST AND SAFEST SOLUTION. Just like other parts of the body your teeth are also an asset, and you should make sure that you protect them at any cost. If you want to retain your natural teeth throughout life, then it would be a good idea to start wearing mouthguards to protect your oral soft and hard tissues from accidental damage. Other types of sports that you can use a mouthguard for: o American football o Boxing o Hockey o Basketball o Soccer o Baseball o Rugby If you need a custom mouthguard or splint […]

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