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Teeth Whitening At Evolve Kenmore Dentist

Teeth WhiteningAt Evolve Dental Healing Kenmore Dentist we want to provide you with products that not only work well but are also gentle on your teeth and body. It is for this reason that we recommend professional whitening gels that lighten your teeth without using harsh chemicals which can cause tooth sensitivity or compromise your health.

Professional whitening involves an initial assessment of your dental health and gums to ensure that your teeth are dentally fit and suitable for whitening.

You can choose from in-chair whitening by your dentist or opt for a custom made to measure take home system.

At home whitening is more affordable as it does not involve the use of special activation lights or a fee for chair side time within the dental office and can be done in the comfort of your own home.

However, at home involves several applications and takes a few days for you to see noticeable results. So if you prefer instant results or simply do not have the time to whiten at home then the perfect solution for you is to have in-chair whitening with your dentist Kenmore.


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In most cases the treatment is painless. However, some people will experience mild discomfort. The discomfort experienced varies from person to person and depends on the method used. In most cases, adults experience very minor discomfort that lasts 1-3 days after the treatment. This can be easily treated with over-the-counter painkillers or desensitising toothpaste

Whitening your teeth with a cosmetic dentist is a completely safe procedure.

For take-home treatments your dentist will create custom-fitted trays for you to take home. These trays are specially created to minimise contact between the whitening product and your gums, which may cause irritation.

Teeth whitening is not permanent. It can generally last from a few months up to three years, however, this depends on your individual circumstances. The effect of the treatment will be impacted if you frequently smoke or drink dark liquids such as red wine, tea, or coffee.

The side effects of teeth whitening include tooth sensitivity and pain in the gums and tongue. There is also a possibility of over-whitening, resulting in a translucency that may appear grey from the shadows of the mouth. This is very rare and only occurs if the whitening process is over-extended. With take-home whitening, there is a small risk of ingesting the administered gel, which could lead to nausea, burning and vomiting. The chances of this occurring are slim, as your teeth-whitening tray should fit almost perfectly around your teeth. The peroxide in teeth-whitening products can burn your gums if they are not properly protected, which is another reason why it is recommended to leave your mouth in the hands of professional dentists.

There are potential risks associated with teeth whitening treatment, so it is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women. It is similarly not recommended if you are allergic to peroxide. If you have receding gums you may be more likely to experience tooth sensitivity. However, tooth sensitivity typically disappears within a few days. Cavities need to be treated prior to teeth whitening treatment and if you have defective restorations or worn enamel, it is important to consult with your approved dentist on the best treatment available for your situation.

Tooth whitening can cause temporary tooth sensitivity, especially if you experience tooth decay or receding gums. This sensitivity is treatable with over-the-counter painkillers, and it is reversible over time.

You can reduce teeth sensitivity following teeth whitening treatment by using a toothpaste made for sensitive teeth. It is also recommended to avoid very hot or cold foods for the first few days after you have received treatment

Often patients will ask “does teeth whitening damage my teeth?” and “will bleaching my teeth ruin the enamel?” The answer is no, teeth whitening products administered by a registered dentist will not harm your tooth enamel. Enamel is one of the hardest tissues in the human body. While whitening treatment can cause temporary tooth sensitivity, it will not permanently damage your tooth enamel.

No, tooth whitening does not have any effect on fillings or crowns – they will remain the same colour. Tooth-coloured fillings and crowns will need to be replaced after whitening if you wish all of your teeth to be the same colour.

While teeth whitening treatments can cause temporary gum irritation, this treatment does not cause permanent damage. Having your dentist custom fit your mouthpiece tray can help reduce the risk of gum irritation or sensitivity.

After teeth whitening, it is advised that you avoid substances that stain, such as tobacco and red wine, for about a week. This is because the pores in your teeth are open and your teeth are more receptive to staining factors after your teeth-whitening treatment. Your teeth may also feel slightly sensitive to very hot or cold foods and beverages.

Brushing and flossing regularly will help to maintain whiteness, and you can generally expect the results to last about 1-3 years – or even longer if you are a non-smoker and avoid foods that are known to stain teeth. Because teeth whitening is not permanent, you will need to maintain your bright smile with continued treatments. This is why we have the Evolve Dental Whitening For Life Program to help you keep your teeth in great shape for very little cost.

In most cases, anyone 10 years or older can whiten their teeth, as this is generally when all of the front permanent teeth have grown in. Baby teeth usually remain bright white unless they suffer a colour-changing trauma, in which case whitening may be considered to avoid embarrassment for the child.

This depends on your unique circumstances. Whiteners may not correct all kinds of discolouration. For example, yellow teeth will probably whiten well, brownish-coloured teeth may not whiten as well, and greyish-hued teeth may not whiten well at all. In most cases, sparkling white teeth that are several shades brighter than the original shade can be achieved with in-practice treatments.

There are several options available for brightening your teeth and improving your smile. Some methods include porcelain veneerscomposite bonding and dental crowns. If your stains are deep within the enamel, these options may be more effective for you than whitening.

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