Everybody loves to look their best with a set of gleaming, perfectly white teeth. However, your teeth are exposed daily to various factors that can result in staining and discolouration. Sometimes the teeth themselves become structurally discoloured. If you wish to get a whiter and brighter smile, teeth whitening is one of the best solutions. It is usually a one-time dental procedure that is quite common and widely adopted. With the advent of the latest technology in dentistry, we have modern whitening treatment procedures which give outstanding whitening results.
There are many different types of whitening aids available; however, we have found that “Zoom” works best and achieves optimum results for our patients. Before your “Zoom” whitening treatment, we also perform a thorough check-up and clean to ensure your teeth are suitable for this highly effective whitening procedure.
The enamel reflects the natural colour of your tooth, and the dentin is the inner surface of teeth. If either of them or both get stained, they reflect the yellow colour of the teeth. There could be several reasons for tooth discolouration.
The Teeth Whitening procedure clears the stain and makes your teeth look whiter. However, the results may vary from one person to another.
There are two ways to whiten your teeth:
Having whiter teeth and a great smile can be life-changing in so many ways. It’s well and truly worth it! Shining white teeth:
Yes, there’s minimum risk involved in teeth whitening, but it’s best to check with a dental expert near you. ADA (Australian Dental Association) recommends pre-consultation with the dentist, especially for patients with fillings, crowns, and dark stains. A thorough oral examination helps us to determine the best whitening treatment. Before we start the process, we consider it essential to understand the source of discolouration. Some common culprits include cigarette smoking, tea, coffee, and red wine. Some underlying factors like root exposure and decay could also be the potential reasons for staining. We believe in addressing them before whitening to avoid sensitivity and help our patients achieve the best possible results.
If you have questions regarding teeth whitening, feel free to contact us!