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Teeth whitening is the most cost effective way to enhance your smile and it is completely safe.

Teeth become stained naturally

Whitening toothpaste cleans extrinsic stains, but intrinsic stains are tougher to remove.

These stains, found under the enamel in a porous area known as dentin, can only be cleaned by a professional cosmetic dentist. Dentin becomes darker with age, and these stains need peroxide bleaching agents to disappear. Tooth darkening, caused by trauma to the teeth, buccal injuries, dental disease and even some antibiotics prescribed to young children, can be reversed.

Go with a dental specialist first

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Teeth whitening can be done at a dentist office or by using safe concentrations of hydrogen or carbamide peroxide at home. The latter should not be done without extensive research and proper guidance, as it can be counteractive if not done correctly. Dentists use bleaching agents with a higher concentration than at home products, but professionals apply these peroxides for a shorter amount of time. Both whitening application methods are safe and efficient, but home remedies should never replace teeth bleaching done by a dentist.

Whitening strips

Famous for attaining more radiant smile but often take too long to exhibit results.

Teeth whitening strips are also infamous for causing sensitivity due to the hydroperoxide going through the dentin and to the nerve. Sure, tooth sensitivity is in most cases temporary and delaying of treatment before trying again is the only solution; but why go through that when dentists offer a better solution?

The best way to enhance your smile

Whitening is recommended for adults of all ages but does not work on crowns, dental veneers or white fillings.

Dentists can lighten teeth 3 to 8 shades in 1 hour

Dentists use a power bleaching solution of professional-grade strength, bringing about results that at home kits cannot offer. Bleaching done by a dentist can last anywhere from six months to two years. A special light, or laser, is also often used by dentists to make the bleach work much faster. Once the treatment is complete, regular touchups may be necessary because whitening is not permanent, but avoiding stain-causing foods and drinks will help keep this at a minimum.