17 Dec What’s the Best Way to Whiten My Teeth in Boca Raton?
Picture yourself with a smile so stunning it will turn heads! Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you! A beautiful smile will give you more confidence and make you look and feel younger. With so many reasons to smile, don’t let your teeth hold you back.
There are two ways you can choose to bleach your teeth: home or office bleaching. Home bleaching involves the fabrication of plastic bleaching trays. You then wear these trays with a hydrogen peroxide based whitening agent for thirty minutes to one hour a day
for four to eight weeks.
From a recent Time.com article:
From whitening toothpastes and over-the-counter strips to dental office procedures, all tooth-whitening measures employ hydrogen peroxide to clean away stains. “The only differences are the concentrations of hydrogen peroxide employed and how they’re held against your teeth,” explains Dr. Matt Messina, an American Dental Association spokesperson who practices dentistry in Cleveland.
Of course, cost is also a factor. Starting with the least-potent (but least-expensive) whitener, Messina says toothpastes contain 1% to 1.5% concentrations of hydrogen peroxide. “That’s adequate to clean surface stains,” he says, “but it won’t penetrate your tooth enamel.” The enamel tends to hold the deepest, hardest-to-remove blemishes—that patina of black coffee or red wine that gradually accumulates on your smile like vehicle pollution on the sides of old brick buildings.
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You can also:
- Porcelain veneers can change the color and shape of your teeth
- All porcelain, no metal crowns will never show a dark line at your gums
- Replace your missing teeth with implants. You never have to take them out of your mouth like dentures.
- Bonding can fix your broken or chipped teeth to look as good as new.