Different Tooth Whitening Options

Different Tooth Whitening Options

Posted by ROSEMONT DENTAL CENTER on Feb 24 2022, 08:58 PM

The desire for white and bright teeth is one of the most common cosmetic concerns. A variety of factors can cause tooth discoloration, affecting the entire tooth enamel. 

Today, teeth whitening methods and over-the-counter medications are simple to use and can give you a bright white smile. These treatments can help you remove surface stains caused by foods and drinks that temporarily stain the teeth, such as tea or coffee. Here are some of the most popular teeth whitening alternatives from Rosemont Dental Center.

  • Whitening Toothpaste

To erase stains on your teeth by brushing, replace your ordinary toothpaste with whitening toothpaste that contains mild abrasives. Even whitening toothbrushes use unique condensed bristles to polish teeth without abrasion.

  • Whitening Mouth Rinse

Whitening mouth rinses contain hydrogen peroxide or other whitening ingredients that help to give your teeth a whiter appearance.

  • Chewing Gum and Whitening Strips

Whitening chewing gums help in a variety of ways. For starters, they stimulate saliva production, which helps to prevent bacteria after meals. Second, the whitening ingredients in chewing gum help keep your teeth from staining. 

Whitening strips, on the other hand, are little plastic strips that contain peroxide gel that can be used for up to 30 minutes every day for up to two weeks to achieve significant whitening outcomes.

  • Tray-Based Teeth Whiteners

With a tray-based teeth whitening solution, a mouthguard-like tray is filled with a whitening solution gel containing a peroxide-bleaching agent, which can be purchased over-the-counter or through a dentist. For four weeks or longer, the tray is worn every day for a length of time, ranging from a few hours to the whole night, which gives you the best results.

  • In-Office Whitening

In-office whitening is the quickest and safest approach to acquire a brilliant white smile. Your dentist will apply a protective covering to protect the gum tissue and lips from the whitening ingredients. The whitening gel will then be put to the teeth. The procedure will be activated using an ultraviolet lamp. The cost of in-office treatments is higher than that of over-the-counter ways, but the results are usually better and last longer.

Keep your oral health at its best by visiting Rosemont Dental Center for expert cleanings and examinations. To keep your brilliant white smile healthy, schedule an appointment with us at (301) 663-1144. Please contact us at Rosemont Dental Center, 2090 Old Farm Dr #C, Frederick, MD 21702. We will be delighted to greet you and look forward to your presence.

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