A charming smile can't be compared to anything. A person immediately engages in communication. In rare cases, the whiteness of the teeth is a genetic predisposition. More often, the teeth are a few shades darker than white. Smoking, drinking tea or coffee aggravates the situation.
Advances in medicine make it possible to perform teeth whitening procedures both in the dental clinic and at home. Let's look at this issue.
Bleaching in the clinic is carried out with products with high concentration of hydrogen peroxide - starting from 35%. Apply layer by layer on cleaned teeth, depending on the desired degree of bleaching. The number of applications is individual and depends on many factors.
Special teeth whitening strips are used at home.
These are flexible and lightweight polymer sheets with an active substance - a layer of gel. A composition based on hydrogen peroxide H2O2 is used as an activator. This mixture penetrates the tooth enamel and breaks down the darkening pigments.
Unlike dental procedures in the clinic, the strips contain a lower percentage of peroxide - 10% or more, which allows you to use the enamel cleaning method for a long time.
Modern drugs do not contain peroxide in local form, but urea - hydroperite. This reduces the negative effects of peroxide on the mine. Fluorine halogen compounds are used as "helpers" in the restoration of enamel, ie when urea peroxide interacts, the pigments that determine the color of the enamel are destroyed, and the oxidizing effect of peroxide is compensated by fluorine.
Almost every series of dental flosses presented above has a separate set for sensitive teeth. This is because urea peroxide has a mild effect on tooth enamel.
Owners of this type of tooth should be careful about bleaching and consult a dentist about the appropriateness of these procedures.
Before starting the course, it is necessary to carry out hygienic treatment of teeth in the clinic. This is not to brush your teeth with toothpaste or floss. The dentist examines the oral cavity, the condition of the gums, cleans the stones and plaque.
If there is extensive rot or filling, you should check the condition. If you are prone to extensive caries, the bleaching procedure should not be performed, because the enamel will be damaged and thinned. After cleansing procedures, the doctor recommends or prohibits the procedure.
If you bleach without consulting a dentist, you can aggravate tooth and gum disease and cause irreparable damage. The whitening effect cannot be achieved without cleaning the teeth from stones and plaque.
Step-by-step whitening of teeth with strips:
Like any medicine, it is advisable to buy it at the dentist. In this case, the dentist will advise and select individual whitening strips. In addition, this range of products can be sold in specialty pharmacies.
You can get the products from the manufacturer's website. Care should be taken not to double-reach the site by duplicating the actual site. There is always a link to the manufacturer's website on the packaging of the drug.
Never buy funds that are obviously small. Quality bleaching strips can't be cheap. If you see such an offer, it is probably fake.
For most users with healthy, strong teeth and gums, strips help restore teeth whiteness or lighten a few shadows. This procedure is simple, does not require skills and can be performed at any time.
Doctors are positive about these procedures, the initial examination and the bleaching process should be monitored. If there are contraindications, it is better not to do this procedure.
Despite the aesthetic effect of bleaching, a set of procedures is contraindicated: