Teeth Whitening - Laser Bleaching

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Teeth Whitening - Laser Bleaching Treatment

Tooth laser brightening is a blanching (bleaching) technique, which is the most sought after solution for discolored teeth treatments and is done in a dental specialist's office. It's not the same as different teeth brightening techniques, as the system includes a bleaching gel and laser. During this method, a blanching gel is applied to the teeth and then a laser beam is later coordinated onto your teeth, which warms up the gel. 

This laser works towards activating the brightening properties of the gel and modifies the stain atoms on the teeth. However, in order to safeguard the teeth pulp, trying to brighten the teeth often should be avoided. A well experienced dental specialist can make sense of the best number of treatment sessions that is required for a particular individual. They can likewise carry out the method in a manner that safeguards your teeth and gums. 

Laser teeth brightening will be finished in a dental specialist's office. The process of bleaching the teeth will require about 30 minutes to about 1 hour. Based on the individual concerns and requirements, the specific steps in the process might change. 

Your dental specialist will put an elastic or plastic prop in the mouth to assist with keeping it open. Then, they will have the individual wear defensive glasses to safeguard the eye region from the laser beam. The doctor will likewise add a gum boundary to safeguard the gums. The gum barrier is mostly made out of a light-restored resin material. The dental specialist applies a gel-like bleaching agent on the front teeth. Following a couple of minutes, the dental specialist coordinates a laser onto the teeth. The laser beam will warm the bleaching agent, which will activate its brightening agents. The dental specialist will eliminate the gum boundary and wash out any remaining bleaching gel off the teeth.

Treatments

Teeth whitening procedure is predominantly used to treat;

  • Damaged teeth 
  • Dental fluorosis
  • Yellow or grey teeth
  • Discoloration or stains on the teeth 
  • Smoker’s teeth
  • Plaque deposits

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