Things to know about tooth bleaching

If you look at your teeth and begin to dream about how whiter teeth would enhance your smile, then you have a number of choices to make the dream come true. Although there are a number of ways that you can undergo teeth bleaching on Long Island, it is always best of your consult with your dentist first as the best results will only happen if your teeth have first been cleaned professionally. Once your teeth have been cleaned, your dentist can tell you if you are a good candidate for bleaching or not.

Not everyone can undergo Teeth Bleaching On Long Island, people who have had teeth restored with veneers or white bonding will not have success with either of the two bleaching compounds used; hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. Veneer or bonding material will not get any whiter or brighter than it was when first employed. When the original procedure was done, the veneer color was chosen by your dentist to blend with the surrounding teeth, if the teeth are now bleached, the restored teeth will be quite noticeable. If this is the cases, the recommended solution is to change the restorations to accommodate the whiter color that you can expect from bleaching.

How are teeth bleached?

The outermost layer of the tooth is the enamel; it is clear and has pores which go through to the second layer which is the dentin. The dentin of a tooth is usually yellowish but may appear gray, brown or even black. The color of the pre-bleached teeth is a result of the color of the dentin. When the bleaching solution is applied to the tooth enamel, it seeps through the pores and bleaches the dentin, thus giving the individual considerably whiter teeth.

Teeth can be bleached in the dentist’s office, there are also products that can be used at home, some are professional are sourced from your dentist and still others are OTC treatments.

Teeth bleaching on Long Island may take a number of treatments until the desired results are arrived at, it is also important that you understand that food, beverages and tobacco products can eventually stain the teeth and you will have to have the process repeated, this can be significantly extended with proper brushing and flossing.

Teeth bleaching on Long Island is one of the many cosmetic dental procedures that can be undertaken by the Jurim Dental Group, PLLC. Contact them today for an assessment of how your smile can be enhanced.

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