As a person ages, mineral exposure causes the teeth tooth staining. Certain medicines, tooth trauma, root fillings, some food and beverages, tobacco products can create tooth discolration or unattractive yellowish-brown stains. Less commonly discolorations are caused by bacterial infections. Discollorations can be external or internal and both can be effficiently treated by the dentis. Dentist can evaluate the causes and offer the best option.
Professional whitening today is the best option to safely ligheten the discolored teeth. The whitening is safe if used appropriately with correct materials. This includes an initial diagnosis, professional teet cleaning, briefing on the chosen whitening process, and monitoring the patient during the treatment phase. Se;lf-treatment by the patient with OTC 9ever-the-counter whitening products often does not provide the desired results, All products used in our office atre Medical products and are dispensed and released only by dental professionals.
We offer several techniques for eliminating discoloration to give you a brighter, more attractive smile. These techniques include:
one - hour in office whitening: We use a strong whitenign gel to apply to your teeth. We can also inhance the whitening effect by applying Sapphire light.These whitening technigues also use desensitisers to reduce the sensitivity ans Sapphire light technique is more gentle to the teeth ion terms of sensitivity as compared to other methods. Our in-office whitening can whiten the teeth up to 8 shades, depending on the level of initial discoloration and your desired results
Laser 20 minutes whitening:
Studies have shown that Laser can perform a full-mouth, in-office whitening procedure with an average of 4-6 shades in only 20 minutes of treatment time (not including set-up or take-down), faster than any other in-office whitening system. Further teeth sensitivity is reduced by using a laser as compared to other types of whitening systems.
Take home whitening procedures can whiten your teeth about 4 to 6 shades on a standard scale showing the range of teeth color.
Whitening procedures are not a solution for all discoloration (e.g. darkening caused by cavities). Similarly, whitening does not work on all stains. Dr. Nelly is committed to helping you choose the best option for your personal situation. Some cases that are not appropriate for whitening procedures can be effectively treated with restorative options.