Fast Teeth Whitening
As you age, you may notice that your teeth are not quite the same shade of white as they once were. Typically, noticeable discoloration begins to occur in the late 20s and early 30s. A variety of factors can speed up the discoloration process. These factors include chemical staining due to drinking dark colored liquids, smoking, a genetic predisposition to early yellowing, trauma to the teeth, illness, certain medications, etc. The good news is that most teeth can return to a whiter shade with professional, fast teeth whitening treatments.
What’s the best solution to fast teeth whitening?
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[su_icon icon=”icon: circle” color=”#74ccae” size=”24″ shape_size=”0″][/su_icon] Best Solution: Professional in-office teeth whitening
In-office teeth whitening is performed in a dental office and only takes an hour. In this process, a strong bleaching solution is applied to the teeth. This leads to dramatic and instant results. This procedure should be under the direct supervision of dentist due to the strength of the bleaching solution.
[su_icon icon=”icon: circle” color=”#ead847″ size=”24″ shape_size=”0″][/su_icon] Second Solution: Custom whitening kit made for you
With this treatment, custom-molded teeth whitening trays are created for you to take home. Filled with a highly-consecrated whitening gel, custom trays are a better option than over-the-counter products. The trays are worn over the course of a few weeks for specified periods of time. The amount of time is dependent on the level of fast teeth whitening desired. The dental trays ensure maximum contact with the teeth as well as consistency with results.
[su_icon icon=”icon: circle” color=”#f5ad57″ size=”24″ shape_size=”0″][/su_icon] Third Solution: Over-the-counter whitening
Although over-the-counter treatments are used as a supplemental whitening enhancer, they are not recommended as alternatives to professional, fast teeth whitening. The concentration of over-the-counter whitening agents may be significantly lower than what is provided in the office. Due to the lower concentration, many patients won’t receive the results they desire. Over-the-counter products are not custom made and often lead to more sensitivity and burning gums. If you choose to purchase an over-the-counter teeth whitening product, make sure it has a seal of acceptance from ADA (American Dental Association).