Discoloration of your teeth can be caused by a number of factors, ranging from food and drink to tobacco use. It might also just be caused by aging. If you feel that your smile is not as bright as it used to be, there are many different whitening treatments that can help you get the results you’re looking for.
There are many treatments available to whiten your teeth. It is important to differentiate between extrinsic and intrinsic discoloration sources, as this will help determine the treatment course. Extrinsic sources (from foods, drinks, etc) can be treated with tooth whitening, whereas intrinsic factors require other forms of treatment.
Below is a list of common extrinsic factors:
The following are common intrinsic causes:
Medical Treatments (such as chemotherapy)
If you’re interested in getting your teeth whitened, we have a range of options to suit your needs. We offer in-office bleaching, which is a quick and effective way to get the smile you’ve always wanted. We also offer custom fit bleaching trays to make at home bleaching as easy as possible. A custom tray will help to ensure the even distribution of material, protection of soft tissue from bleach materials, as well as being convenient to use at home.
Why should you get a custom teeth whitening tray?
A custom tray protects your gums and soft tissue from teeth whitening material.
It can also ensure even distribution of material.
You’ll be able to set it and forget it—it won’t go anywhere because it’s a perfect fit for your mouth.
It’s convenient! No need to mess around with strips or other types of over-the-counter products; just put the material in the tray and go about your business.
Your teeth are sparkling! Now follow these steps to keep them that way.
First, let’s talk about what NOT to eat. You should avoid food and beverages that are known to cause tooth staining as much as possible—especially for the first 24 hours after treatment. Some of the worst offenders are coffee, wine, and soda. But don’t worry: you can still have these things in moderation. Just make sure you brush or rinse your teeth right after ingesting them.
We also recommend that you brush at least twice a day with a toothpaste that contains fluoride.
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