Whitening Teeth with Medicinal Process
Medical treatment varies from time to time and person to person based on the condition of the patient. It is safe and wise to consult a dentist before taken the decision to whiten teeth. Quite often, normal toothpaste has good results when applied to whiten teeth.
A dentist can recommend a brand name or a product that is fit for you. And he can examine your teeth health, ensure whether home whitening kit does not prove harmful.
1. Brush and dental floss regularly to cut down or prevent stains.
Try whitening by toothpaste. For USA residence we suggest ensuring the toothpaste has the American Dental Association (ADA) seal of approval and has been clinically evidenced its ability to whiten teeth effectively.
The people of other countries should follow the same role applicable to their countries. Some whitening toothpaste is not clinically tested at all, and excessively abrasive that can make teeth very highly sensitive.
2. Alcohol-free mouth wash
Everybody should be ensured the breath has a good smell, in an unpleasant smell we suggest using some alcohol-free gargle or a breath mint, as the alcohol can dry your mouth out.
3. Bleaching Agent
A dentist performs an in-office treatment by application of bleaching agent then applies the periodic flashes of light to activate the solution. The Treatment goes 30 to 60 minutes, and the complete procedure often needs several appointments.
In at-home treatment, an oral safety with stain remover gel is put on the patient’s mouth 2 hours a day for two weeks, depending on the hardness of the stain.