Teeth Whitening At Perfect Dental® In Jamnagar

We are 100% confident that you will get a brilliant luminous smile with teeth whitening procedure at Perfect Dental®. Our promise is backed by science and our reputation

What is teeth whitening?

When Stain Internalization takes place, these stains cannot be removed by scaling and polishing and one has to resort to Teeth Whitening Treatment.
The core mechanism is that hydrogen peroxide breaks down to water, oxygen ion and oxygen free radicals. These oxygen molecules attach with the double carbon bonds, break them down into single carbon bonds that reflect light and appear lighter in color.

Teeth Whitening is the cosmetic dental procedure to effectively lighten and brighten teeth by bleaching out stains and discoloration from the internal teeth surface. This treatment effectively transforms a dull looking smile into a bright luminous one. It is an easy and painless procedure to achieve the pearly white smile of your dreams.

Natural teeth tend to become stained or yellowish on the consumption of foods and beverages, tobacco products or simply natural aging process which in turn hampers your confidence and self-esteem. There are number of whitening procedure to inject a new life into your smile which helps you to walk through life with confidence and beauty.

Teeth whitening treatment can be performed at home or in-office by our best expert dentists in Jamnagar. At home whitening treatments are performed at home. This, however cannot brighten your smile to your desirable shade as it uses comparatively lesser concentration of whitening agents than in-office treatment .Therefore, in-office whitening is the most efficient way of teeth whitening as it gives visibly whiter teeth in accelerated period of time.

Causes of teeth staining:

Extrinsic Stains

Extrinsic tooth stains are typically caused by tobacco use, smoking or by regularly drinking coffee, tea, wine or cola drinks.

Intrinsic Stains

  • As aging occurs, the outermost layer of the tooth, i.e. the enamel wears off and dentinal layer, which is yellowish in color, exposes itself causing yellow teeth.
  • Clenching/grinding of the teeth, known as Bruxism cause micro- cracking of the teeth. These cracks readily absorb stains and cause stain internalization.
  • Genetic disorders like Amelogenesis Imperfecta or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta which causes abnormal formation of enamel and dentin and hence abnormal shade of the teeth.
  • Flourosis of the teeth which occurs due to hypo mineralization and an excessive intake of fluoride during enamel formation. Initially white spots are seen, which at an advanced stage causes brown staining.
  • Dental trauma that might have caused internal resorption or necrosis of the pulpal tissue, resulting in discoloration of the tooth.

Contraindications for teeth whitening procedure

  • Hypersensitive teeth
  • Allergy to peroxide
  • Unrealistic patient expectations
  • Pregnant/lactating women
  • Severe gum recession
  • Untreated Peri-apical pathology

What are different methods employed for teeth whitening?

Basically, teeth whitening could be done by In- office bleach or At-home bleach. Bleaching solution contain hydrogen peroxide, carbamide peroxide or sodium perborate in varying concentrations. Hydrogen peroxide is the most effective bleaching agent. Before undergoing teeth whitening treatment; the doctor evaluates the patients for allergies, teeth hypersensitivity, state of the oral soft and hard tissues etc. Shade guides are used which varies from two to seven shades.

In-Office Bleach

In- office bleach is carried out by a dental professional. Before starting the procedure, it is advisable to carry out scaling and polishing. Then the gums are covered with a protective layer in order to prevent the gums from chemical burns. Followed by this, the bleaching agent is applied onto the tooth surfaces and left undisturbed for a specific period of time, depending on the concentration of the bleaching agent in the gel. The maxillary/upper and mandibular/lower teeth could be bleached simultaneously or maxillary teeth can be bleached followed by mandibular teeth. Bleaching agent in a gel form is recommended in order to prevent the dehydration of teeth.
In some whitening procedure, bleaching gel is applied as well as laser light is used. But according to a study in 2007, the procedure is equivalent to chemical bleaching solely; therefore unnecessary exposure to laser bleaching light is not recommended.

Use Of UV Light In Bleach

In some whitening procedure, bleaching gel is applied as well as laser light is used. But according to a study in 2007, the procedure is equivalent to chemical bleaching solely; therefore unnecessary exposure to laser bleaching light is not recommended.

At-Home Bleach

For At-Home Bleach, The dentist takes the impression of the upper and lower arches, custom trays are fabricated and the patient is provided with the teeth whitening gel. The trays along with the bleaching solution are used; the frequency depends on the intensity of stains. Teeth whitening toothpastes, Over-the-counter whitening strips and gels are also available. This method is less effective as compare to In-office Bleach.

Non Vital Bleaching

Non- vital bleaching is performed in teeth that have undergone endodontic treatment, wherein the bleaching agent is placed in the root canal, which is replaced as needed.

Alternative options to professional teeth whitening:

If your teeth and gums are healthy, then your dentist will probably give you the okay for a professional whitening treatment. People who have gum disease may be told to avoid bleaching treatments; the chemicals involved can irritate your gums and increase tooth sensitivity. You can discuss your dental care routine to help improve the health of your gums. Good brushing and flossing habits and regular dental checkups can often improve gum disease. Even if you cannot get a professional bleaching treatment, you can enjoy the whitening benefits of a professional cleaning.

As mentioned above, people who have crowns, caps and other restorative work to the front teeth, professional teeth whitening is not a good option, but there are excellent alternatives. Fortunately, your dentist can still improve the appearance of your teeth. Veneers or bonding can help you to get the look that you want so you can be proud of a brilliant smile.

Professional bleaching may also not be your best option simply because there may be easier and less expensive ways to remove your stains. For minor discoloration, a professional cleaning and the use of a whitening toothpaste in between office visits may be all that you need to keep your sparkling smile. You can also talk to your dentist about over-the-counter whitening kits like strips and gels. These products are not as intense as professional treatments, but they are a less expensive alternative.

Read more about what you should expect and what care or precautions you should take after teeth whitening or bleaching is done for you »

Frequently Asked Questions About Teeth Whitening And Their Answers

Is professional teeth whitening right for you?

Professional teeth whitening can seem like a miracle solution for stubborn stains and yellowing teeth, but is it the best option for your smile? With a professional whitening treatment, teeth are bleached in the office or at home to whiten teeth. Not everyone, however, is an ideal candidate. Factors such as poor gum health and previous dental work may make other methods better for your smile. There are alternative options to professional bleaching, allowing everyone a way to address tooth discoloration.

Who Is Professional Teeth Whitening For?

Professional whitening is right for most people with permanent teeth and good oral health. If you do not have problems like tender gums or a receding gumline, then you are not likely to be as sensitive to the chemicals in bleaching treatments. It works well for anyone with stubborn, yellowish stains. According to the American Dental Association, brownish and grayish stains do not always whiten well. Bleaching treatments are right for people without previous work to front teeth; tooth-colored fillings, crowns, and caps are not to be whitened like the rest of your teeth. Your dentist can tell you if you are a good candidate and what other options are available for whitening. Make an appointment with our best dentists in Jamnagar and find out if professional teeth whitening is right for you.

Can professional teeth whitening really whiten my teeth?

Short answer is YES. You can get fabulous results if teeth whitening is done by professional, using right product. Professional teeth whitening is worth it. When you just need to have a better, brighter smile, the professionals know what they’re doing and can give you the best results.

Is it safe to whiten teeth?

As long as you stick to dentist-approved methods, teeth whitening procedure is considered safe. Our expert dentists make sure to use the method that fits your needs.

What are the side effects of teeth whitening?

The two common side effects that occur most often with teeth whitening are a temporary increase in tooth sensitivity and mild irritation of the soft tissues of the mouth, particularly the gums. In majority of cases these side effects do not last for more than 3 day.

What are the long term effects of teeth whitening?

If proper evaluation is not done by dentist prior to teeth whitening procedure, bleaching products can have multiple side effects such as damaging the dental enamel, causing irritation to the gums, tooth sensitivity and more. Some of these side effects like damage to the dental enamel is permanent and irreversible.

How long does effect of teeth whitening last?

Teeth whitening is permanent, however it varies from person to person and the effect of teeth whitening may not last longer if you smoke or drink red wine, tea or coffee. You may develop new stains over the time depending on your hygiene habits and other factors like your food habit, use of tobacco, your hygiene habit etc.

Does salt whiten teeth?

Warm salt water helps both whiten your teeth naturally and looks after your gums (as it is a natural antibacterial). Mix a teaspoon of salt in a cup of warm water and use it as mouthwash. However brushing with salt is a strict NO.

Does baking soda really whiten teeth?

There has never been any scientific study that even hints that baking soda may whiten your teeth. Of course, if you’re talking about using baking soda to simply brush with to remove stain from the surface of your teeth, then yes, baking soda will do that, just like any other toothpaste in the world.

What does vinegar do to teeth?

Undiluted apple cider vinegar is acidic and may cause acid erosion of the enamel on your teeth. Weakened enamel increases your vulnerability to tooth decay and cavities, plus cause your teeth to be sensitive.

Can lemon whiten teeth?

Some people advocate brushing or rinsing with lemon juice to whiten teeth. But, lemon juice is actually citric acid and can harm teeth, causing them to lose calcium.

Can yellow teeth become white?

Short answer is YES. With professional teeth whitening and proper technique you can get your teeth whiten.

Who is the best dentist for teeth whitening in Jamnagar?

Perfect Dental® is the best dental clinic in Jamnagar for teeth whitening. We are 100% confident that you will get a brilliant luminous smile with teeth whitening procedure at Perfect Dental®. Our promise is backed by science and our reputation.

What is the reason for yellow teeth?

Some of the most common causes of tooth discoloration include drinking beverages such as coffee, soda, and wine. These substances get into the enamel of your teeth and can cause long-term discoloration. Smoking is one of the top causes of yellow teeth, and stains from smoking can be stubborn.

Perfect Dental® is the best dental clinic in Jamnagar and our team of specialist doctors is highly skilled and experienced best dentists in Jamnagar. We have a highest success rate of 97%.

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