torsdag 5 januari 2012

Tooth whitening at home



Tooth whitening at home is becoming more popular. Instead of having to go to the dentist and spend hundreds of dollars on tooth whitening, you can now get whiter teeth by bleaching at home. It is cheap, quick and easy - and you can fade any time.

How do you do teeth whitening at home?
First, you learn how to shape the mouth tray for your teeth, such operations are done only once a mouth tray. Then you learn how to use the bleaching gel in mouth trays to whiten your teeth.
Whiter teeth occurs via oxidation. Carbamide peroxide breaks down into hydrogen peroxide, which penetrates the enamel and break down the molecular discoloration. Bleaching is continued until all the spots that give discoloration broken down into oxidation. Is it safe to whiten your teeth? Studies decades has shown that products containing peroxide is safe to use and will not harm tooth enamel or gums. Beautiful White contains tooth enamel safe ingredients which are acid-neutral, and that is also used by dentists for teeth whitening.

Bleaching your teeth
First Brush your teeth Brush your teeth before each whitening treatment. Make sure the mouth tray is clean and dry. Second Apply gel in the mouth tray Press a small drop of gel (about 2-3mm long) in the anterior part of the dental tray for each tooth to be bleached. We need less gel than you think, a total of approximately 0.25-0.5ml per treatment and dental splint. Usually, only the front 6-8 teeth that need to be bleached, because the back teeth still not visible when you smile. Third Place the mouth tray in the mouth Place the mouth tray over your teeth and pressing lightly so that the gel covers the front surfaces of teeth. If whitening gel has been pushed out of the mouth tray so that it touches the gums, wipe off the finger, toothbrush or peak.

Can everyone use teeth whitening products? All with normal oral health can use the product. Children under 16, pregnant or nursing women should abstain. People with allergies, sensitive teeth, gum disease, tooth decay, worn tooth enamel, exposed / visible tooth roots, large fillings in front teeth should consult their dentist before use.