A bright and refreshing smile is successful in creating a good first impression. It can boost self-confidence and help in career growth. Surveys conducted by dental organizations have revealed that many Americans believe a perfect smile can help in job growth. Most of the participants were willing to brighten their teeth when asked about how they wanted to improve their smile. Tooth whitening has been a popular Cosmetic Dentistry Procedure that many patients go for when looking for a quick smile transformation. We have patients who are preparing for an important upcoming event in career or life, patients who are unhappy with their dull smile and people who want to look younger and more attractive visiting Our Office in Corona, CA seeking for teeth whitening. If you reside in or around Corona and planning to get a smile makeover, contact us and make an appointment with our cosmetic dentist. We can craft the best-looking smile for you.Discoloration of teeth
The natural color of teeth can be broadly classified under four categories which are reddish brown, reddish gray, gray and reddish yellow. The food habits, hygiene habits, medicinal intake and other practices can affect the color of teeth. Dark colored fluids such as wine, cola, coffee and some sweets can stain teeth making them look dull and unhealthy. The formation of dark pigments in the porous enamel layer masks the natural color of teeth. This may make the teeth look dull and unhealthy. Apart from poor oral hygiene and smoking there are other factors that may contribute to discoloration of teeth.
Tooth whitening process can be completed in a single visit. It may require two or more sittings that can be done in a single visit. The dentist firstly checks the condition of teeth. Pictures of teeth are taken and the color is gauged using shade scale. The treatment starts with the covering of gums using protective gels. This ensures that tooth whitening is safely performed. The whitening agent used during the process may be hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. These agents are very effective in entering the porous enamel layer and clearing stain through oxidation process. The whitening gel is applied over teeth and exposed to special light that accelerates the oxidation process. Once the process is complete the gels are carefully removed and the dentist guides patients on the steps that should be taken in order to ensure that the brightness lasts for longer.
Teeth whitening process means bleaching your teeth to make your teeth brighter and stain-free. Teeth whitening can't make your teeth brilliantly white, but it can lighten the existing color by several shades.
Teeth whitening gel contains an ingredient that opens the pores in the tooth which allows the active bleaching agent to seep into pores in the enamel within the dentin of the tooth. The bleaching agent which contains oxygen molecules these contacts the discolored molecules latched to the tooth causing them to break away exposing the natural color of the tooth.
Maintaining your whiter teeth give an immense look to your personality. Hence follow these simple tips to keep stain-free teeth.
The effects of whitening are may end up to three years. Though, this will alter from person to person. The effect is less likely to last as long if you smoke, or eat or drink that can stain your teeth.
Professional Teeth Whitening treatment won't cause the sensitivity. Slightly you may feel the sensitizing gums because of the bleaching agent we use in treatment may get into the gums and other soft tissues near the tooth. We apply a tooth desensitizer to the teeth and the gums after the teeth whitening treatment to overcome the possible tooth sensitivity.
Generally, the length of time for teeth whitening procedure depends on the amount of discoloration of the teeth. In a single visit, our dentist will make your teeth stain-free and brighter teeth. Consult our Cosmetic Dentist Corona Dr. Singhal for teeth whitening and other dental treatments
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