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Teeth Bleaching

If you want your smile to be healthier-looking and brighter than ever before, you should consider having your teeth bleached or whitened. The truth of the matter is that sometimes, brushing and mouthwash simply aren’t enough to wash away years of plaque and film as well as discoloration. If you suffer from those conditions, you should consider using Phillips Zoom Laser Whitening to tackle all of your dental whitening or teeth bleaching needs in one go. This amazing in-office procedure effectively brightens discolored and stained teeth within just an hour of application.

Phillips Zoom Laser Whitening utilizes the power of ultraviolet light. It has a great bleaching effect that will give you pearly whites worthy of celebrities. With that in mind, what exactly is Zoom Whitening and what makes it superior to other laser whitening techniques available in the market?

Smile and the world smile with you! Flash a dazzling smile and the world is bewitched by you! Fortunately, dentistry is so evolved today that you, along with your dentist, can very realistically achieve a bright and shiny set of teeth. Tooth whitening/bleaching restores lost shine to your teeth and thus helps excel your confidence.

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Professional tooth whitening or bleaching can get your smile looking its best. It is one of the most common procedures of dental cosmetics. It brightens teeth that are discolored, stained or have been darkened because of Lifestyle and the aging process. Many things we do on a regular basis can contribute to stained teeth, such as drinking coffee, tea, soft drinks, and red wine, or smoking. Any tooth, even those that have had root canal surgery, can receive bleaching treatment. This can be done by a dentist in the dental clinic or at home.

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The different technological procedures used in the treatment improve your oral and dental conditions by methods of teeth whitening, dentures, tooth implants, gum bleaching, etc. The final results of the treatment are permanent that leave you with a perfect smile.

Preventing Teeth Stains

Tooth enamel, the outer whitish layer covering teeth, wears away as we age; underneath the enamel is dentin that is more yellowish. So, as you age, eating foods and drinking fluids that attack and discolor or stain enamel (see following slides) may cause dentin to be exposed. By eating and drinking non-staining foods and fluids and by using whiteners carefully, whitening treatment may last about a year. However, people can overdo whitening. Using whiteners too much, too often, or that are too concentrated can cause teeth to look translucent with a resulting bluish or blue-gray coloration.

Beverages That Cause Teeth Stains

Common beverages that cause tooth stains and discolorations are coffee, tea, dark-colored sodas, and many fruit juices, especially the darker-colored ones. A rule of thumb: If a beverage (or food) can stain a white T-shirt, it can probably stain teeth, too.

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Sweetened drinks are not good for your teeth. Other, acidic drinks like lemonade may erode enamel over time. Sipping these drinks exposes the tooth surfaces to enamel-eroding substances. If you do indulge in these drinks, it’s best to remember the T-shirt rule of thumb: Rinse with water and brush the area to reduce or stop staining.

Daily Maintenance Can Help

Daily brushing of teeth, along with rinsing and flossing (removing substances trapped between teeth with dental floss) is good; brushing rinsing and flossing twice a day is better. But, doing all three after meals and snacks is best for daily maintenance of teeth. Although some dental experts suggest that electric and sonic toothbrushes are better than a manual toothbrush, the manual toothbrush, when used properly, can do a good job of keeping your teeth clean and white.

Visit Your Dentist Regularly

Visit your dentist regularly. Many U.S. dentists suggest that 6-month checkups along with a cleaning done by a professional dental caregiver will help people maintain a relatively stain-free or stain-reduced set of teeth. Good dental care should allow most people to show their “pearly whites” when they smile.

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To Keep Teeth White, Don’t Smoke

One of the most common and worst compounds that stains and discolors teeth is tobacco. Brownish streaks and stains along with yellowing can occur rapidly with smoking (and chewing) tobacco. Tobacco products also increase the risk for many types of cancer and contribute to bad breath and gum disease.