Dental experts employ a variety of whitening techniques. All of those are quite pricey. Insurance companies appear to feel that if we don’t like our teeth as they are, we can easily get dentures or drink our meals via a straw. Insurance companies consider تبييض الأسنان and many other dental operations to be cosmetic, and as a result, most will not cover the cost.
The methods used by dentists are also inconvenient for the patient. The majority of the procedures are complex and must be repeated several times to achieve the desired result.
BLEACHING AS A COMMON METHOD
One frequent treatment utilised in the dental office is tooth bleaching. A tooth whitening solution with a high bleaching agent concentration is used. A hypochlorite, an organic peroxide, an inorganic peroxide, a hydro-peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, a peracid, carbamide peroxide, or a mixture thereof is used as a تبييض الأسنان agent.
The whitening solution can be administered by painting it on, similar to how nail polish is applied to fingernails, or by placing a tray with the solution over the teeth. The tray must be custom-made to accommodate the natural shape of the teeth.
These operations are quite intrusive, and they can only be performed in a dental office by qualified specialists, according to law in the United States and other countries. Even if it were not the law, they are not suited for self-application. It is vital to note that the potency of these chemicals is far more than that of comparable over-the-counter whitening treatments intended for home use.
These procedures are unpleasant for the patient and can be highly pricey. Another caution for patients using the tray procedure: there is a significant risk of over-whitening the teeth, resulting in a blue glow around the teeth and, almost likely, severe tooth sensitivity. This is primarily due to the difficulty in accurately controlling the whitening agent. Lasers or lights are used in several dental procedures to increase the efficiency of the bleaching chemical. The treatment normally takes approximately an hour and a half to complete, but it can take up to three hours. The bleaching session lasts around 20 minutes and is separated into three sessions. This means that the bleaching agent is applied to the teeth for at least an hour. The active chemicals in the solution, which are designed to break down and reach the inside of the enamel, lighten the colour of the tooth.
Patients are then sent home with instructions on how to “refresh” their whitening with a tray-based whitening product or a self-applied whitening procedure.
WHITENING TEETH AT HOME
We all know that we should clean our teeth after every meal with a decent toothbrush to remove food particles, plaque, and discoloration. Dentists recommend, and it is a healthy practise, that we replace our toothbrushes every 2 to 3 months, if not sooner.
This is especially true when we consider that most of us toss our toothbrush into a glass near the bathroom sink, or worse, into a drawer, with no idea of the germs that are likely to colonise its bristles. Of course, we normally use toothpaste, which originally had a surfactant to spread the liquid out rather than accumulate in droplets, as well as an abrasive component. Today, there is commercial toothpaste meant to perform any activity you could possibly dream of needing for proper oral health, yet it frequently falls short of the mark. Most of us simply find a toothpaste that we enjoy, are familiar with, and trust and stick with it.
To give further dental hygiene, today’s toothpastes contain a variety of active components such as fluoride, tartar control agents, and peroxide. As the popularity of تبييض الأسنان has grown, various toothpastes with whitening capabilities have entered the market. Even if your toothpaste contains a tooth whitening agent, it’s impossible to get a satisfactory whitening effect in a short period of time by merely brushing your teeth for 1 to 3 minutes (maybe I’m being overly kind in thinking anyone will brush for that length of time).
Most toothpastes contain whitening components that are nearly identical to those used in dental offices; ordinary baking soda and hydrogen peroxide are the two key constituents. Of course, the concentrations of these chemicals are significantly lower than those used by your طبيب أسنان. As we all know, large concentrations of hydrogen peroxide can cause significant sensitivity of the teeth and gums.
Some people may prefer to utilise do-it-yourself ways to whiten their teeth, and there are numerous solutions available on the market from prominent corporations.
تبييض الأسنان has become major business, with entire supermarket and large-box discount shop lanes taken up by these products, each claiming to be better than the last.
These items often come in the form of a package that includes a basic appliance and a container of bleaching gel. They are far less expensive than in-office dental procedures for tooth whitening. However, there is a significant downside to this one-size-fits-all generic equipment. It is not custom-suited to each individual’s teeth, resulting in a loose fit around the teeth and gums with the bleaching solution harming the soft tissue.
This also indicates that the whitening will be less successful, and the user will have to use more bleaching gel to achieve the desired shade of whitening. A poor fit increases the likelihood of the bleaching gel not only seeping onto the gums, but also of swallowing a large portion of the solution. Another downside is the need to clean and reuse the appliance. I can tell you from personal experience that it is also a lot of work.
Almost all do-it-yourself تبييض الأسنان treatments contain a slew of chemicals, some of which may be dangerous, prompting some customers to reconsider whether they want to whiten their teeth using these methods.
الثورة القادمة في رعاية الأسنان على وشك أن تبدأ. يمكنك أن تأخذ رعاية أسنانك بشكل أفضل من خلال موارد طب الأسنان سهلة الاستخدام. من التبييض والربط إلى التيجان والغرسات ، ستجد ثروة من المعلومات في متناول يدك و طبيب أسنان بالقرب مني، من يهتم بأسنانك وصحتك العامة.