There are different ways of bleaching teeth. Home remedies, home kits, in-chair procedures -; they all have advantages and disadvantages. However, procedures performed through dental care in Waikiki give the best results.
Surface bleaching mainly comes in the form of abrasive toothpaste. Experts say that you should only use these for a week or so because of the concentration. Overusing it could negatively affect the thickness of your enamel. Most of these contain abrasives and lightening agents of a low concentration. If use is accompanied by a less abrasive toothpaste, you could see some efficacy against mild staining and superficial stains. Professional dental cleanings used in conjunction with whitening toothpaste will change the deep color of the tooth if it is suitably used. This is the main reason for the popularity of bleaching -; it can change the color of teeth in a profound way.
Then there are a number of whitening products that can be bought over-the-counter containing derivatives of hydrogen peroxide, although some are now using a new material replace carbamide peroxide. Sodium carbonate peroxide is an oxidizing agent that dissolves in water. It essentially comes in the form of a gel and is intended to penetrate through the enamel to reach the dentin. From here, it changes the pigments in the teeth and bring about a whiter shade. The concentration and exposure time is important and will determine if the efficiency is greater or less.
Which teeth are affected? It can be a single tooth, a group of teeth or all teeth. Dentists can correct a point of unsightly staining or just lighten teeth as a whole. It is basically common practice to say the application of a gel onto the external surface of the teeth can penetrate into the enamel of living teeth. This is known as vital bleaching. Non-vital bleaching, on the other hand, is carried out on non-vital teeth, meaning those that have extremely dark color (decayed teeth, etc.). Bleaching will occur from the inside of the tooth by incorporating the product directly to the inside of the tooth. Prices vary according to every patient, but you can determine what the price will be for your case by scheduling a consult with your dentist.