We all wish to have a sparkling smile. We usually dream that our smile would be just as perfect as the model in the toothpaste ad or our favourite celebrity. The sparkling white teeth make a smile beautiful, eventually making the person look beautiful/handsome. White teeth look quite attractive and produce a smile that attracts everyone. With time, age, unhealthy diet, etc., our teeth start discolouring and turning pale yellow. This makes us look ugly and we hesitate to spot our billion dollar smile in front of others. Not anymore. We provide different dental treatments in our clinic to give you a healthy mouth. We also take care of your smile by making your teeth look sparkling white. One of their treatments to make your teeth look bright and white is Teeth Whitening.

Tooth whitening lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Whitening is not a one- time procedure. It will need to be repeated from time to time if you want to maintain the brighter colour.

A tooth whitening kit contains of customised tray that resemble the teeth structure of the patient. It also contains a whitening gel made of hydrogen peroxide. The patient has to wear these trays twice a day for 30 minutes approximately, until they get a desired shade for their teeth.
Now that you know that you can also get that sparkling smile, you must definitely have doubts and questions pertaining to this treatment. Let us discuss a few questions pertaining to the same.

Is this treatment safe?
Whitening is safe under expert supervision. However, it is not safe for children below the age of 13, lactating woman, or pregnant woman.

What is the durability of results?
After whitening treatment, one can retain the flashy smile. Flossing brushing the teeth twice daily, occasional touch ups, etc., will help maintain the sparkle of your teeth. However, bonds, veneers, capped teeth, etc., cannot be whitened using whitening kits.

The light used in the treatment might produce certain heat and cause little sensation. Tingling sensation might prevail a few days after the treatment, which would later dissipate. Dentists usually prescribe fluoride gel application to get over the sensation as soon as possible.

Bleaching does not change colour of fillings and crowns. During the bleaching process
these would require replacements using lighter shade restorations. One should avoid
bleaching if there are any gum diseases, decay or leaking fillings.

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203, Fortune House, Baner - Pashan Link Rd, Near Regent Plaza, Pune-21 Maharashtra, India

095886 95155

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