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Frequently asked questions

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What is teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure used to lighten or remove discolorations and stains from the teeth.

What are the common causes of tooth discoloration?

Common causes of tooth discoloration include consumption of staining foods and beverages, smoking, aging, and certain medications.

How does teeth whitening work?

Teeth whitening typically involves using bleaching agents such as hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide to break down stains and lighten the tooth color.

Are there different methods of teeth whitening?

Yes, teeth whitening can be done through in-office professional treatments, at-home whitening kits, and over-the-counter whitening products like toothpaste or strips.

Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes, when done under the guidance of a dental professional or following product instructions, teeth whitening is generally considered safe.

How long does a teeth whitening treatment last?

The duration of teeth whitening results varies based on individual habits and the method used. Typically, results can last from several months to a year or more.

Can teeth whitening cause tooth sensitivity?

Yes, teeth whitening may cause temporary tooth sensitivity. It usually subsides after treatment, but using toothpaste for sensitive teeth can help alleviate the discomfort.

Are there any side effects associated with teeth whitening?

Common side effects of teeth whitening include tooth sensitivity, gum irritation, and mild discomfort. These side effects are usually temporary.

Who is a good candidate for teeth whitening?

Individuals with healthy teeth and gums, mild to moderate tooth discoloration, and realistic expectations about the outcome are good candidates for teeth whitening.

Can I whiten my teeth if I have dental restorations like crowns or veneers?

Teeth whitening generally doesn’t work on restorations like crowns or veneers. It’s important to consult with a dentist to determine the best approach for achieving a uniform tooth color if you have restorations.

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