The facts about teeth whitening you need to know

Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments available today.

It can provide one of the quickest, most effective ways to enhance the appearance of your smile. However, there seems to be a plethora of rumours about teeth whitening, so here at Oasis Dental in Broadbeach, we have compiled a list of the most common myths about teeth whitening once and for all.

There are many myths about teeth whitening at Oasis Dental Studio we firmly believe that education is highly important as we aim to provide you with facts that will help you maintain your oral health.

Are their any household items that can help whiten my teeth?

Facts: Mixing baking soda and water together will create a household remedy acting as tooth paste to brush your teeth with. However with this option, brushing your teeth to hard can damage your gums. This method is no where as effective as modern whitening agents that we can provide at Oasis Dental Broadbeach, although it is proven to lighten your teeth a few shades lighter. Eating fruit and vegetables can be beneficial for removing food particles from building up plaque, which will essentially reduce staining. Brushing your teeth with olive oil is another debated teeth whitening solution although it has shown little effects in providing quality results. Many believe that an old fashioned method of rubbing orange peels on your teeth will lighten your teeth, despite these house hold solutions there is no better way then maintaining your teeth other then maintaining regular dental check ups.

Is teeth whitening painful?

Fact: Typically speaking this style of treatment is pain free, although some patients find some level of discomfort as their teeth and gums are sensitive to the whitening agent. Within the post treatment phase your teeth’s sensitivity will increase for the next twenty-four hours, until it becomes centralized by saliva. If your looking for an effective teeth whitening treatment, the team at Oasis Dental Broadbeach can provide quality results in comfort.

Can anyone get their teeth whitened?

Fact: If you have previously cured your damaged teeth with crowns or bridges, then teeth whitening will not benefit you. As dental implants are made from a synthetic material, they cannot be whitened. Although with modern day technology and materials used to design implants they are being designed to resist stains.

Does teeth whitening damage the enamel?

Fact: Over the counter products in most cases are not ADA approved and there for provide the link between whitening agents damaging your teeth’s enamel. A recent study by the journal of American Dental association found that teeth whitening agents do not increase the chances of the diminishing effects of tooth enamel. By choosing Oasis Dental Broadbeach as your preferred practice to whiten your smile, we can assure we use safe and effective products.

Do only dentist provide teeth whitening treatments?

Fact: As you may have seen you can now achieve a whiter smile in the center of shopping malls, how ever those who offer this particular service are not dentists or medical specialists. With this style of treatment the specialists are not allowed to put anything inside your mouth other than the trays that you insert yourself. For this purpose we recommend visiting the team at Oasis Dental Broadbeach for a safe and effective treatment.

Is professional whitening more effective then home treatment kits?

Fact:

Both professional and at home treatments can produce results. However, with the plethora of whitening strips available on the market today it can be difficult to know which product is safe or effective.

At Oasis Dental Studio in Broadbeach, we use ZOOM! Teeth Whitening System, which is one of the fastest whitening products available, transforming the effects of aging and discoloration for a brighter, whiter smile. ZOOM! Whitening can remove stains and discoloration, as well as lighten pigmentation within tooth enamel.

If you want to know more about ZOOM! Tooth Whitening, how it can be completed in just one hour, safely, painlessly and effectively, contact us today.

 

 

 

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