Tooth whitening, a.k.a. tooth bleaching, has been a frequent subroutine in the cosmetic dentistry field.
It is achieved for people with yellow tones to their teeth.
This process is inexpensive and favorable rather than waiting for hours to meet dentist.
It is accomplished simply by means of external staining removal.
Additionally, the tooth stains is able to be whitened. The stains are typically from food and smoking.
The tooth whitening procedure often encompasses applying a form of
peroxide gel to remove discolorations and any stains and thus
decoloring the enamel and dentin of the teeth.
The peroxide is applied to break down the oral cavities so that oxygen
can enter the enamel of the teeth, thus the teeth is whitened.
Thus, this allows the natural color returning of the teeth without damaging the teeth surface.
Some of the times the process of teeth bleaching are followed by lasers as a catalyst.
Although this is effective and fast, it has a drawback, which is more costly.
As expressed above, the tooth whitening is not impossible to be done individually at home.
This needs a tooth whitening kits, which consist of:
- Teeth whitening gel
- Whitening brush
- Whitening strips
- Whitening toothpaste
The usage instruction manual varies and usually can be observed at the back of the tooth whitening package product.
Update: If you are searching a more natural and healthy tooth whitening
procedure, pear, lime, apple, and strawberry would be the best and
effective foods to consume as the replacements for actual whitening.
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