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Teeth Whitening to Reverse Tooth Discoloration
What causes tooth discolouration?The most common reason for discoloration is due to aging and staining substances such as: coffee, tea, Coca-Cola, tobacco, and red wine.
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Who can benefit from teeth whitening?
Anyone with natural teeth will see improvements! Our denturist can determine if you require teeth whitening by doing a thorough examination. Tooth whitening is ideal for people who have healthy, unrestored teeth. However, this process will not whiten dentures, crown and bridge, composite restorations or natural teeth darkened by trauma, tetracycline or nerve degeneration. The whitening process is most effective on mildly discolored teeth. Darker stains take longer to respond to the gel and may not respond to whitening treatments. The degree of whiteness will be different from person to person.
How long will it take and how long do the results last?
Ask our Denturist for guidelines on proper usage of whitening material and the number of applications required for best results. Results may vary depending on your dental health and natural teeth colour.
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How long do the effects of teeth whitening last?
Teeth whitening is not a permanent solution for tooth discoloration. The reality is, teeth are exposed to a variety of food and beverages in varying amounts that can stain our teeth. Therefore, the effects of teeth whitening can vary from person to person. They can last anywhere from 2 years to as little as 6 months based on the habits of an individual.
There are a few things you can do to help make the effects of teeth whitening last longer. You can avoid consuming things that can stain your teeth such as coffee, tea, soda, berries, and anything tomato based. Of course, such items can be hard to resist, so rinsing your mouth and brushing your teeth can also prevent your teeth from becoming stained quicker.
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Does teeth whitening damage your teeth?
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