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About Teeth Whitening: Pros & Cons
- Teeth-whitening products can provide a gleaming, bright-white smile, but side effects, costs and warnings should be taken into consideration when deciding whether to utilize a teeth-whitening system
- Benefits: Teeth whitening makes your smile brighter, often providing a noticeable cosmetic improvement. Age, smoking and drinks such as red wine, coffee and colas can stain or darken tooth enamel. Teeth grinding often causes the bitten edges to have a discoloration. Teeth whitening can help to lighten and brighten the teeth and transform a smile
- Effects: Teeth whitening is not permanent. It is a temporary lightening and brightening of the teeth's enamel. In order to maintain the brightness, repeat treatments are necessary. There are also side effects (most often temporary) that can come along with tooth whitening. These include chemical burns, sensitive teeth and over-bleaching
- Warning: People with receding gums, sensitive teeth or sensitive gums should discuss the use of a teeth-whitening system with their dentist prior to using a product to whiten their teeth. Additionally, anyone allergic to peroxide---the bleaching product used for teeth whitening---should avoid the process. Most importantly, overuse of teeth bleaching and whitening agents can result in tooth enamel damage
- Types: There are three types of teeth-whitening methods available today: in-office whitening, over-the-counter kits and professionally dispensed take-home whitening kits. The in-office whitening procedure costs the most, with an average cost of $650. The over-the-counter products can run anywhere from $20 to $100. The professionally dispensed take-home whitening kits usually run from $100 to $400
- Considerations: Teeth whitening may not work on all teeth. Brownish teeth do not bleach well. Grayish teeth bleach even less well. If you have bonded or tooth-colored fillings, bleaching will not lighten those areas. In fact, it may cause these areas to stand out
- Expert Insight: When choosing a teeth-whitening product, look for the ADA Seal of Acceptance. This will provide assurance that the product has met the American Dental Association standard for safety and effectiveness
- Time Frame: There are several time frames available for teeth whitening. These include one-hour bleaching sessions performed by a dentist and shorter commitments for over-the-counter products, which typically stay on the teeth anywhere from five minutes daily to 30 minutes daily for 7 to 14 days. The pro of having the procedure done in the dentist's office is that it is a concentrated time frame, versus having to apply the teeth-whitening product daily for a week or two. However, utilizing the over-the-counter products offers privacy and the flexibility of doing something else while the teeth-whitening agent is doing its thing
About Teeth Bleaching
- Many are obsessed with beauty today, and one area that is becoming increasingly important on the beauty scene is the mouth. Teeth bleaching products are flying off of the shelves as image conscious people are trying to attain a truly dazzling smile. Are these products safe and effective, however? Is there any danger to using them regularly
- History: Teeth whitening products entered the dental scene with the invention of the first toothpastes. Romans used human urine to make a paste to clean the teeth, and the ammonia in the urine whiten the teeth. In early American history, barbers would whiten teeth by filing them down and then dab them with nitric acid to destroy the enamel. The teeth bleaching systems we know of today were introduced in the 1980s. The first bleaching systems used bleaching lights, whereas today's bleaching systems lighten the color of the teeth by placing chemicals directly on the surface of the teeth
- Function: Today's teeth bleaching systems usually use either hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide in a gel form. The gel is applied to the teeth, where the active ingredient breaks down into radical hydroxyl ions and water. The radical hydroxyl ions are able to penetrate the tooth enamel and attach to stain particles inside the tooth. Once attached, the ions break apart the stains, giving teeth a whiter appearance
- Types: Today there are many teeth bleaching options available. Over the counter products include tooth whitening strips and gels that you paint onto your teeth. These have a low dose of the basic peroxide gel and lighten teeth up to two shades. The most effective products are those you get from your dentist. These come in either in-office or at-home versions. An in-office teeth bleaching system starts with peroxide agents applied directly to your teeth. Your dentist then activates those agents with a light source, such as a laser. At-home professional whitening products require you to put a peroxide gel into a fitted mouth tray and wear it overnight
- Effects: If you have terribly stained teeth and are looking for dazzling pearly whites, you are going to be disappointed. There are limits as to the amount of whitening that any teeth bleaching system can provide. Over the counter models only lighten teeth one to two shades. Professional bleaching methods may be able to lighten teeth further, but you may not achieve the level of whiteness that you want. Also, teeth bleaching systems do not work on artificial teeth or fillings
- Considerations: Teeth bleaching is generally considered a safe practice, but you may experience some discomfort around your teeth and gums just after having the procedure done. Some patients who have professional teeth whitening done experience "zingers," which are short but intense periods of pain in the teeth. Research indicates that there is no permanent damage done to your teeth, including the enamel, with proper use of teeth bleaching systems
- Warning: These products are safe to use as long as you follow dosing instructions and do not exceed the recommended number of uses. Researchers are still not sure about how dangerous the chemicals in the teeth bleaching systems are with extended use. Proper use is two weeks with an over the counter system or one session with the dentist's method, and these can be done just one or two times a year. Overusing these products can cause intense pain in the teeth and gums
How to find the Best Teeth Whitening System:
- Finding the teeth whitening system that works the best to whiten your teeth can be tricky. Here is a guide to help you find the most effective system
- Consult a dentist if you have sensitive gums or tetracycline staining
- It is wise to get an opinion from a professional if you are looking for a teeth whitening system and you have an existing condition. A whitening system that is less invasive to the teeth and gums may be the best option
- Consider the options for sensitive teeth whitening
- A milder form of tooth whitener bleach is one tooth whitening system that you can go with. Another option would be to have your teeth whitened in a one hour dentist session. The best teeth whitening procedure is going to be the one that takes the least amount of time for sensitive teeth
- Use an at home whitening product if you have healthy teeth and gums
- There are several brands of home teeth whitening products to choose from. This is the most cost effective way to whiten teeth. An at home version is often the best teeth whitening system for those of us on a budget. But how do you find the best one? It's all about researching and comparing options
- Evaluate at home teeth whitening systems carefully
- I have provided a link below under resources if you would like to compare at home teeth whitening systems. Being able to get honest opinions from consumers that have tried the teeth whitener is extremely helpful
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