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What Is Involved In Bleaching?

Posted on 3/7/2022 by Moyer Office
What Is Involved In Bleaching?Teeth bleaching is becoming more and more popular among people in the United States as well as abroad. After all, there are plenty of reasons to whiten your teeth, from looking better and boosting your self-confidence to improving your smile and even making it easier to talk and breathe. If you are thinking about getting teeth whitening or already know that you want it done, you probably wonder what exactly goes into this cosmetic dental procedure. Read on to learn about teeth bleaching so you can prepare for this procedure and get the most out of it once you have had it performed.

Why Go to the Dentist for Teeth Whitening?

While it is possible to whiten your teeth at home, we recommend finding a dentist who offers professional teeth whitening if you want to do it quickly and effectively. In some cases, teeth whitening can be done on an emergency basis so that you will not have to miss work or an important event due to yellowing or discoloration of your pearly whites. Remember, too much staining can lead to gum disease and tooth decay. Visit a dentist for regular checkups and take care of your mouth by cleaning your teeth regularly. Whitening is not just about aesthetics. It is also meant to help improve your oral health as well.

What Happens During the Procedure?

The dentist will place a specially formulated bleaching gel over your teeth, which helps break down stains and discoloration. A special light then activates the gel and causes it to harden on your teeth. After about thirty minutes, your dentist will remove excess bleach and apply a neutralizing solution to stop any further reaction. After bleaching, your mouth may feel dry or hot, but overall, side effects are minimal. There is also a home tooth whitening method that your dentist might recommend.

After the procedure, you should expect some sensitivity, but do not worry about that because our dentist will provide you with tips on caring for your teeth. You are welcome for a tooth bleaching procedure at our clinic on your preferred day.

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