Why people are opting for lazer whitening

 

 

In one appointment you can say goodbye to coffee, tea, tobacco, wine and more! The treatment does not cause sensitivity or irritation.

 

Dental bleaching is a safe process. It is important to note that Health Canada considers this treatment of an aesthetic nature. Although Teeth whitening Leicestershire  not naturally made to be completely white, many Canadians want a brighter smile. Today, first impressions are very important and the first thing we notice is the smile. Discolored teeth are embarrassing. Thanks to the cold UV laser bleaching technology, now you will no longer need to hide your smile.

 

In most cases, the natural color of the teeth varies from greyish to yellowish. Yellowish teeth whiten better than greyish teeth. Teeth naturally darken with age. The use of tobacco, as well as the consumption of beverages such as coffee, tea and red wine alter the color of the teeth. Smokers will have limited results if they do not refrain from smoking.

Why do we want to have white teeth? Because, in general, we find that having white teeth is a sign of beauty, health and youth. But we must know that the natural color of the teeth will vary from person to person.

 

What is laser teeth whitening? 

Dental bleaching is a safe, effective and fast procedure. Using a 21% carbamide peroxide whitening agent , combined with a blue (laser) LED light , it breaks down the gel into ions that attach to the stains and decompose them. This process is one of oxidation and occurs on tooth enamel, attacking only stains. After a few phases, the teeth end up changing color.

The bleaching is not for life, it is necessary to make retouches after 6, 12, or 18 months, according to your rhythm of life and your consumption. The interview is done in clinic or at home with the gutters.

 

Duration of treatment * 

1 hour (15 minutes of preparation and 45 minutes of treatment). In less than an hour, the teeth will become whiter, the results are remarkable.

Please note that a good cleaning at the dentist is recommended before the session and it is also recommended to brush your teeth with a desensitizing toothpaste a few weeks before the whitening treatment. *

 

Contraindication of tooth whitening

 

Treatment is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. The peroxide concentration to which the baby would be exposed is not known, so it is best to abstain. People with infected gums, excessive enamel loss, carious lesions, unknown infections, wounds in and around the mouth, and people with gastric reflux should abstain from bleaching because peroxide can cause irritation to the stomach. This is the case for people who are under 16 because the pulp chamber is larger, so the teeth would be more sensitive during treatment. And of course, people with peroxide allergies. Crowns and facets do not bleach with peroxide.

 

The risks associated with tooth whitening

 

Sensitivity of teeth to hot and cold

Gum discomfort

Discolouration of the gums and white spots on the teeth more pronounced

These effects are temporary and do not last more than 48 hours .

 

All you have to do is bring your smile to the our Institute. The experienced staff will take care of you and your smile with professional dental products.