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Teeth Whitening Brampton: A Dazzling Smile is Within your Reach

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Whiter Teeth for a Brighter Smile
Dental whitening has become a popular procedure to restore the natural tooth colour. Stains on the teeth can build up over time from:
  • Tobacco
  • Food
  • Smoking
  • Coffee
  • Red Wine
  • Medications.
Studies have shown that smiling is good for your health since the body releases endorphins, serotonin and natural pain relievers. If you are happy with your teeth you will want to smile more freely which will:
  • Reduce stress and lower blood pressure
  • Give a youthful lift to the face
  • Make you more attractive to others
  • Improve self-esteem.
While most benefits of whiter teeth are cosmetic, white teeth are also associated with good oral hygiene. If you're not blessed with naturally white teeth, a whitening treatment is definitely worth considering.
How Does Teeth Whitening Work?
There are various treatments that a cosmetic dentist will recommend to whiten teeth based on an individual's needs and the degree to which teeth are discoloured. A common teeth whitening method performed by a dentist, uses a laser to release oxygen ions from a whitening gel onto your teeth to gently lift stains. By using lasers, fewer whitening sessions are required and teeth are whitened faster. A dentist may also recommend an at-home whitening treatment. These at-home whitening treatments usually require a customized tray made by your dentist to fit your unique smile. Peroxide percentages range for the most comfortable bleaching experience. If you have sensitive teeth you may be recommended a lower percentage or a shorter bleaching period. At-home whitening can offer you a range of benefits, from whitening on a set schedule to reach your goal in a timely fashion, to spot bleaching for events after your procedure is done. Your dentist will work with you to determine a personalized whitening plan so that you can achieve your desired results.
Teeth whitening procedures are painless and are done without needles or drills, although you may find that after a whitening session your teeth have increased sensitivity, especially in the first few days after the treatment. You should always contact your dentist immediately if your gums are white or sore. It is also important to note that the teeth whitening process is not permanent and teeth can be re-stained by coffee, tea, cigarettes and various other agents. Whitening may only last for as few as six months and results will differ for every patient, however, teeth will always be noticeably brighter after a treatment is complete.
Is it Safe?
The active ingredient in the teeth whitener gel is hydrogen peroxide. Extensive research and clinical studies have shown that whitening your teeth with this product is entirely safe. The whitening procedure also won't damage, soften or weaken the enamel of teeth. However, teeth whitening is not recommended for children under 13 years of age or women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Teeth whitening treatments will not have any adverse effects on existing restorations like fillings, dental crowns, bridges or veneers. Even though, a whitening procedure will not benefit restorations the way natural enamel does, a dentist in Brampton will be able to assess your specific circumstance to give you the best results.
Brampton Dentists Make Beautiful White Smiles
With improved technology and advances in teeth whitening, a bright smile is available to almost anyone. Smiling is good for you and everyone around you given that it instantly uplifts moods. Cleaner, whiter teeth also improve overall confidence. Choose a cosmetic dentist in Brampton to restore confidence in your smile.

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