Whitening

Whitening

A Popular Dental Procedure

Keeping our teeth, their whitest is a lot harder than it sounds. Brushing and flossing helps but with all the coffee, wine, smoking, and other foods that have the ability to stain our teeth; even proper maintenance sometimes leaves them a little lackluster.

For people who worry about their discolored teeth, Almond Dental offers Teeth whitening, an excellent way to restore the natural color of your teeth. It can even make your teeth whiter than your natural teeth if you would like. It is one of the most popular dental procedures as it does not need much time and alteration to natural teeth. So all those always wishing to have a shiny bright smile can now go for our teeth whitening procedure and show the world their bright smile with confidence.

Our Whitening System

To accomplish the whitening of your teeth, Almond Dental utilizes a tray whitening system. Tray whitening system completes the process in two simple steps. The first step is to make an impression of your teeth. With this impression, we will craft you custom whitening trays that you can use over and over. Finally, you will take the whitening gel and put it in the tray for a short period over a span of a few days. The gel will break the stains into bits and will make your teeth look brighter than before. The process will often result in a whiter smile of 4 – 8 shades!

Whitening needs Care

The whitening process reverts to its original color if proper care is not taken. Even with care, the whiter shade starts fading away with each passing day. The constant use of substances that stain teeth will bring the original color back. If the stain instigating substances are avoided, the treatment might last up to 12 months. However, for maintaining a brighter smile, you need to visit the dentist regularly. The dentist on your routine visit will also check if whitening needs reapplication.

Preparation for Whitening

Our experts make your teeth ready before starting the whitening process. First, cavity, if any, is removed from your teeth. This protects whitening solution from going deep down in the decayed tooth. The receded gums are also treated for roots to have the same color as whitened teeth. Otherwise, it will give an unsatisfactory feeling as an unpleasant visible difference would be obvious.

Although the whitening process does not have any side effects, however, some people might complain about their teeth becoming sensitive. This would happen for a short duration and would subside after a few days. The patient might also experience mild gum irritation.

Even with the minor side effects, the Whitening process does wonder and helps to bring the happiness in you. So if you plan to get your teeth brighter, please contact us today.

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