Laser tooth whitening can be affordable, simple and painless

2011 May 30
by Asha Sood

Are you fed up of your discoloured, yellow and stained teeth? Do you wish you had a whiter more radiant and younger looking smile?If so, you don’t need expensive cosmetic dentistry to change your teeth and smile.A visit to your cosmetic dentist to determine whether you are a suitable candidate for a laser teeth whitening procedure may be the answer.

The latest laser teeth whitening technology is used for whitening your teeth in as little as an hour at a clinic and the results can be almost immediate with your teeth being substantially lightened up to several shades whiter.

There are so many products out there that promise to whiten your teeth: whitening toothpastes, whitening pens, home remedies and home whitening kits which can be bought in shops or overthe internet.Exercise caution and be careful when purchasing such products as they don’t always produce satisfactory results and you have no way of knowing whether they may end up damaging your teeth and gums. Laser tooth whitening or tray whitening carried out by a cosmetic dentist is a far more reliable and safer method if you are wanting whiter teeth and considering teeth whitening treatments.

The dental procedure for power or laser tooth whitening is effective, safe and painless. A dental strength whitening gel is applied to your teeth by your cosmetic dentist following which, your teeth are exposed to a special laser which activates the bleaching or whitening agent of the gel. This bleaching reaction results in your teeth being safely whitened under the supervision of a dentist who can monitor the process to achieve the best results.When carried out properly and depending on each individual, teeth can lighten by between six to ten shades.

If you want whiter teeth and are hoping to impress everyone with a dazzling smile, then talk to your cosmetic dentist about laser teeth whitening. And remember,once you get a white smile, maintain and look after it with good hygiene and regular brushing at home and by visiting the dental hygienist.

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