The field of teeth whitening has seen a lot of progress over the past 10 years, both at the dental office as well as at home. There are two main methods of whitening teeth. One is at home and one is at the dental office. Discover a few secrets about teeth whitening that your dentist hopes I'll never tell you!
METHOD #1: DENTAL (IN-OFFICE) TEETH WHITENING
From first-hand experience, I can confirm that dentists love patients who want to have their teeth whitened in the dental office. In the early 1990s, there was only one option. Your dentist will make molds of your teeth and send them to a laboratory. In 5-10 days, you'll receive your custom-fit teeth whitening mouthpiece.
You would then be seated in a dental chair for approximately 1-2 hours with the plastic teeth whitening molds filled (at a very low level) with peroxide. This will be applied to your teeth and gums. After 3-4 visits, your smile would be declared whiter. You will have whiter teeth. Dental office teeth whitening has made great strides in the last 10 years, I will be the first one to admit. You can check out the best practices of modern teeth whitening in Bella Vista via https://norwestdentalcare.com.au/services/cosmetic-dentistry.
Laser Bleaching is the most common procedure for teeth whitening in dental offices. It is much quicker. This teeth whitening procedure involves the application of a concentrated gel to your teeth. Then, for one hour, you will be in a chair with your mouth open while a special light is shined onto the teeth whitening paste that in turn chemically reacts with the peroxide to complete the teeth whitening process in as short a time period as possible.
This teeth whitening process works. Many dentists claim that repeated tray application will result in a whiter smile. This is because the teeth' bleach peroxide remains on your teeth for long periods. With many other things in life, technology has made teeth whitening much easier and cheaper.