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What's your In-Office Whitening teeth Options

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Two major teeth whitening options are available for your in-office whitening  teeth. One  rely on varying concentrations of peroxide and varying application times.The other one is that  Teeth cleaning kit  absorb stains from the micro grain of tooth.


In-Office Whitening

Significant color change in a short period of time is the major benefit of in-office whitening.

Professionally dispensed take-home whitening kits can produce the best results over the long haul. Take-home kits incorporate an easy-to-use lower-concentration peroxide gel that remains on the teeth for an hour or longer (sometimes overnight). The lower the peroxide percentage, the longer it may safely remain on the teeth. The gel is applied to the teeth using custom-made bleaching trays that resemble mouth guards.


Teeth Cleaning Kits  is an cheap innovative teeth cleaning product developed with the latest nano technology. Each nano particle in the interior nano capillary tube is much smaller than ten thousandth of a hair strand, and works fast to absorb the stains from the surface of teeth. Teeth Cleaning Kits’s most effective white teeth against stubborn teeth stains and plaque caused by smoking, coffee, tea and other food colourings.


How White Can You Go?

Results are subjective, varying considerably from person to person. Many are immediately delighted with their outcome, while others may be disappointed. Before you embark on any whitening treatment, ask your dentist for a realistic idea of the results you are likely to achieve and how long it should take to achieve them.


Risks

Sensitivity: Bleaching can cause a temporary increase in sensitivity to temperature, pressure and touch. This is likeliest to occur during in-office whitening, where higher-concentration bleach is used. Some individuals experience spontaneous shooting pains (“zingers”) down the middle of their front teeth. Individuals at greatest risk for whitening sensitivity are those with gum recession, significant cracks in their teeth or leakage resulting from faulty restorations. It has also been reported that redheads, including those with no other risk factors, are at particular risk for tooth sensitivity and zingers. Whitening sensitivity lasts no longer than a day or two, but in some cases may persist up to a month. Some dentists recommend a toothpaste containing potassium nitrate for sensitive teeth.

Gum irritation: Over half of those who use peroxide whiteners experience some degree of gum irritation resulting from the bleach concentration or from contact with the trays. Such irritation typically lasts up to several days, dissipating after bleaching has stopped or the peroxide concentration lowered.

Technicolor teeth: Restorations such as bonding, dental crowns or veneers are not affected by bleach and therefore maintain their default color while the surrounding teeth are whitened. This results in what is frequently called “technicolor teeth.”

But teeth cleaning kit is no chemical ingredients, only compressed magic sponge, 100% Safe.


Maintaining Your Results


At-home follow-up or maintenance whitening – implemented immediately or performed as infrequently as once a year.

Avoiding dark-colored foods and beverages for at least a week after whitening.

Practicing excellent oral hygiene – brushing and flossing after meals and at bedtime.