Teeth whitening

teeth whitening is one of the therapeutic options in cosmetic dentistry that anyone can get. 

The goal of teeth whitening is to change teeth to a lighter color so that the person gives a bright and shiny smile. 

So if you have yellow, dark, or brown teeth and want to become lighter and more white, it is better to have teeth whitening as your best treatment option. 

Teeth whitening can be a very effective way to lighten the natural color of your teeth without removing any surface of the teeth, such as teeth crowns or tooth flakes. 

Dental whitening can also be performed completely at our value Dent clinics.

Our experienced team uses reliable and secure whitening systems to 

help people achieve the aesthetic results they want. 

What is teeth whitening? 

Teeth whitening is a common process in dentistry, especially in the field of dental cosmetics. 

The teeth change color over age by many factors, as a result of changes in the enamel layer that may begin to wear, and the layer below, called the ivory layer, has a darker color than the enamel layer. 

What are the advantages of value Dent Center?

The value Dent Center features are the world’s latest in cosmetic dental technologies such as dental whitening, ensuring confidence, safety, and the best results. 

It has the world’s best doctors and dentists. In addition, after the dental whitening sessions, you will be followed to ensure you have the same result throughout your life.

Professional teeth whitening. 

Laser Teeth Whitening is one of the world’s fastest dental whitening systems available in our clinic with the best doctors, the latest safe and reliable devices to ensure effective results, and continuous follow-up to post-whitening. 

If the teeth are laser-whitening, the teeth will return to normal white color as the teeth will not be painted in the color you choose. 

In most cases, two sessions of approximately 40 minutes are performed to maximize the subject’s satisfaction. 

Causes of changing tooth color. 

Over time, the color of the teeth changes from natural white to matte due to several reasons, which may include: 

Food and drink: 

Coffee, tea, and red wine are things that cause tooth-smearing. 

They each have colored chemical dyes called chromogens, which bind to the white outer part of the crown tooth. 

Use of Tobacco-containing Materials: 

Tobacco contains two chemicals that make tooth spots, nicotine and tar.

The tar is naturally dark, and nicotine is colorless, but once mixed with oxygen it turns into a yellow substance that smeared the teeth’ surface.

Age: 

Beneath the white hard shell of your teeth (enamel) is a softer area called ivory. 

As age progresses and time passes, the enamel outer layer becomes thinner by the brush, and the yolk ivory layer appears. 

Blow in the mouth: 

If you have a blow to the mouth you may notice your teeth changing color, as they react to that blow by putting more ivory, the layer below the enamel, and is dark in color. 

Medicines: 

Changing the color of teeth may be the result of side effects of some medicines such as antihistamines, anti-psychotics, and high blood pressure medicines. 

Parents also notice on their children using antibiotics such as tetracycline and doxycycline changing the color of their teeth.

Radiotherapy: 

People exposed to chemical radiation, especially on the head and neck, have discoloration of teeth. 

Do teeth whitening harm dental enamel? 

Studies of teeth whitening products using 10% carbamide peroxide have shown no effect on tooth stiffness or the mineral content of the tooth enamel surface.

Do teeth whitening damage the tooth nerve? 

There is no scientific evidence that teeth whitening has a harmful effect on the health of the tooth nerve. 

One study reported that in every 4.5 and 7 years of follow-up, no one using the dental bleach system needs to perform the root canal on any whiten teeth. 

Is it safe to whiten teeth? 

Dental bleach products have been in existence for years and have been used by millions of people, including dentists, and are completely safe, especially new technologies such as professional dental bleach. 

Studies have also shown that hydrogen peroxide bleach is completely safe and effective. 

How long will my teeth stay lighter? 

Doctors believe that whitening lasts up to three years and may last with you for a lifetime. 

It is different for each person and how much a person follows the guidelines to keep their teeth healthy such as avoiding smoking and eating products that may stain your teeth.

Are there any side effects of teeth whitening? 

People exposed to teeth whitening may experience a temporary increase in dental sensitivity and mild irritation in the soft tissue of the mouth, especially gums. 

These allergies often occur in the early stages of bleaching treatment as the peroxide in the enamel passes through to the fine layer of ivory and irritates the nerve of your teeth. 

Can I whiten my teeth again if you see a change in tooth color? 

Yes, you can re-whitening teeth if you notice a change in tooth color, but at least three months between the two treatment periods. 

Who should use Teeth Whitening? 

Anyone looking for a bright, shining smile can choose the Whitening option as it is very effective in bringing your teeth back to their natural color without any stains. 

What is the best way to whiten teeth? 

Professional Laser Teeth Whitening is the safest and most effective method that can last up to twenty years or last with you for a lifetime. 

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