Teeth Whitening Ryde for a Brighter Smile

Teeth Whitening Ryde for a Brighter Smile

What is teeth whitening?

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Teeth whitening is a non-invasive dental treatment that changes the colour of your natural tooth enamel and improves the appearance of your smile. Professional whitening is performed in our dental office. The technique uses a substance known as peroxide to whiten or bleach your teeth. Your dentist will decide on the appropriate peroxide concentration according to the treatment requirements.

Teeth whitening may benefit patients with stained or yellow teeth and those who have fluorosis. Fluorosis is a condition that can cause you to develop brown or white specks on your teeth. It results from excessive fluoride exposure in the formative years of life when your permanent teeth are growing.

Benefits of teeth whitening

Individualised treatments
With professional whitening, you can get as close as possible to the level of brightness you’re hoping for and in the places where you need it most.

Improved self-esteem
Your smile forms an integral part of your self-confidence. Most individuals feel better about themselves when they have a bright smile.

You may have brighter teeth in under an hour due to a professional tooth whitening session. With proper at-home care, the results will last for a long time.
Increased whitening
The results from a professional whitening treatment at our dental office will be uniform, whiter, and better.

How do teeth whitening procedures work?

Our dentist in Ryde will first take a picture of your teeth to check them and assess the stains. After assessing your tooth, they will begin by cleaning your tooth.

Our dentist will remove the coating that has been formed on your enamel due to the food you consume or other substances. After that, the whitening process starts.

Our dentist will first cover your gums before using a whitening substance on your teeth. Some whitening or bleaching agents require laser lights to be used on them.

Last but not least, our dentist may advise you to continue the procedure at home for some days if you have severely stained teeth.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Does whitening my teeth harm my enamel?
One big advantage of having your teeth whitened by our Ryde dentist is that you considerably decrease the likelihood of damage to your gums or tooth enamel. When you get teeth whitening from our experienced dentist, you can rest assured that you’re getting authentic whitening materials from reliable suppliers that are applied by trained dental professionals. Additionally, this will decrease your risk for root damage or tooth sensitivity.
How long does whitening of the teeth last?
Tooth whitening lasts longer when you schedule routine dental cleanings, avoid beverages and foods that stain teeth, avoid smoking, and eat a nutritious diet. Bleach and custom take-home whitening trays can be maintained by you as needed and last for many months. With the help of custom whitening trays, in chair whitening results can be maintained at home for up to 12 months.
Should I take any extra precautions before teeth bleaching?
You don’t need to do anything particular before in chair teeth whitening, but healthy teeth free of tartar or plaque are ideal for the procedure. If you know that your teeth are sensitive, book an appointment about 15 days before the whitening, to pick up a specific toothpaste.
Should I perform any other actions after professional teeth whitening?
You should avoid consuming any beverages or foods that can discolour your teeth for at least 48 hours in order to get optimum results. This includes berries, juices, red wine, and tea. Additionally, you ought to stop smoking for as long as possible.
Will teeth whitening treatment hurt your tooth?
Teeth whitening may lead to sensitivity to the gums and teeth. Some individuals may require to decrease the time and strength of the bleaching to minimise sensitivity. Consult our dentist about strategies to lessen tooth sensitivity. They might propose using a particular toothpaste before and after whitening treatments.

Your smile could look like this, after Teeth Whitening:

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