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8 Facts about Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening, also known as teeth bleaching, has been utilized to improve the dental appearance since it is affordable and non-surgical.
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Teeth whitening, also known as teeth bleaching, has been utilized to improve the dental appearance since it is affordable and non-surgical. Thus, before you do the teeth whitening it is always better to know more about the following 8 facts of teeth whitening.

FACT 1: Teeth Whitening is not for everyone

Each person has different characteristics, so do the teeth. Some teeth might not react well against the materials used for teeth whitening. It is recommended to contact your dentist before carrying out teeth whitening. Examples about this is that, people with gum disease should not carry out teeth whitening while cavities in the teeth should be filled first.

FACT 2: The procedure is different for each person

Bleaching teeth is effective for yellow teeth. While grey tinted teeth is able to use the whitening toothpaste.

FACT 3: Teeth Whitening is not covered by most insurance plans

Most insurance companies do not cover the teeth whitening application in their dental insurance plans.

FACT 4: Teeth Whitening effect is not permanent

Commonly the whitened teeth will remain white for around 6 months to a year. This is caused by foods and drinks that might contain materials that reach with the teeth and reduce the whitened appearance teeth. In addition, the effect of the teeth whitening depends on the method used. The higher the quality of the teeth whitening technique, the longer it will stay.

FACT 5: Brushing teeth hard cannot make teeth whiter

This is true since the enamel of the teeth can be removed by means of toothbrush with hard bristles.

FACT 6: Teeth Whitening toothpaste removes stains, not bleachs teeth

Thus it is recommended to use teeth whitening toothpaste regularly.

FACT 7: Teeth Whitening kits from dentist is highly recommended

Since the kit is from authorized dentist, you might expect a better result rather than applying the procedure by your own whitening kits.

FACT 8: Teeth Whitening is safe

Both whitening or bleaching has been approved to be a safe way to whiten teeth.
More information about this can read from American Dental Association.


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Ron is the owner of My Facial Treatment: www.MyFacialTreatment.com

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