Teeth Whitening

Are you suffering from the dull shade of your teeth? Or are you not happy with the look on your smile? The Team at The Edgebrook Dental is passionate about improving the function and appearance of your smile. In general, as we get older, our teeth become more prone to staining and may begin to appear yellow and worn. While there is a variety of available over-the-counter (OTC) equipment and products you can utilize at your convenience at home, whitening toothpaste or strips aren't as effective as an expert treatment in a licensed dental clinic.
Many fall into the trap of thinking that dental treatments cost a lot and are too costly, but this isn't the reality. In reality, Edgebrook Dental provides teeth whitening services that give beautiful results at low prices.

What is Teeth Whitening?

Teeth Whitening is the procedure of eliminating staining from the surface of the teeth as well as restoring the natural shade that teeth have. The procedure is only carried out by dental professionals. It is among the most popular and extensively used cosmetic procedures. Thanks to the most recent dental technologies, today, we can now offer advanced procedures for whitening that provide long-lasting and reliable results.

Need for Teeth Whitening

The enamel that reflects the natural hue of the teeth can stain or even dentin, which is the surface that surrounds teeth. It also yellows the teeth. Causes of discolouration in teeth can be diverse. Although there are many causes that can be avoided, however, there are some that aren't controlled. The main causes of discolouration include:

Drinking coffee, tea, wine, cola, and tea often.

Tobacco chewing and smoking cigarettes.

Fluoride intake is high in the early years of early childhood.

Permanent teeth are damaged from trauma or accidents.

Aging may also cause the discolouration of teeth because, with age, enamel becomes thinner, exposing the dentin below.
As you age, your dentin gets in contact with certain beverages and foods and could stain your teeth.

Certain treatments for medical conditions can be responsible for the discolouration of teeth.

The procedure of Teeth Whitening eliminates discolouration and makes your teeth appear cleaner. But, it is important to be aware that the results can vary from individual to individual.

How Does it Work?

The dentist will then take pictures of your teeth. This will allow you to track the progress of treatment. The procedure also allows you to look at your teeth and determine the stain. After inspecting the tooth, the dentist will begin cleaning your tooth. He will take off the layer on your enamel that has been deposited because of the food you eat or because of other substances. The whitening process starts immediately after this. The whole process can take between 30 to 90 minutes based on the extent of the stain on the teeth.
The dentist will then cover the gums and then apply the whitening product to the teeth. This allows the whitening agent to stay in place in your mouth. There are also over-the-counter products for whitening that are intended for only teeth that aren't too stained.

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