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How to Prepare Your Teeth for Bleaching

Teeth whitening sounds very simple like any other cosmetic procedure but it is not exactly so. There are so many techniques of teeth whitening, how do you know what is the best option for you? Is it safe for your teeth? We will try to answer those questions in this article.

The first thing you should do if you decided to make your teeth whiter is to consult your dentist. Your doctor knows about this more than you can discover surfing the Internet and can help you choose the option most preferable for your oral conditions. Choosing a procedure without medical supervision may cause you problems with your teeth in future.

Why is it so important? People are different, and their oral conditions are also different. Sometimes,  it’s not required to bleach every tooth in your mouth. In other cases, you have cavities that must be treated before bleaching, because it will weaken them, make them sensitive, and the decay will progress faster.

If you have crowns or fillings in your mouth, there are two options – their bleaching or their replacement. Again the doctor will help you choose what’s best according to your individual conditions. Then it is very important to choose the color you want to have, because the choice of the technique will depend on that too.

The most important thing is too see the REAL color of your teeth. This is why professional cleansing is required. When all the plaque and tartar build-ups will be cleaned, you may be surprised to see that your teeth are whiter than you may think. Some patients even give up the idea of bleaching when they see their natural teeth color.

If it is the gray shade of your teeth you want to get rid of, it may be not the color but enamel transparency. The dark cavity of your mouth is seen through it, this is why your teeth look gray. In this case, a traditional bleaching will not help, you will have to make the enamel less transparent.

As you can see, there are many details about the teeth bleaching and not everything you can figure by yourself. Still, you always have your dentist to help you through.

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Tuesday, July 31, 2018