What is the cost of teeth whitening
The removal of bad colored teeth by using chemicals is called bleaching or bleaching of teeth. In this method, hydrogen peroxide in the bleaching agent destroys the pigment in the enamel. Learn more about bleaching your teeth at home and the cost of tooth whitening in the year 97.
The cause of tooth decay (yellowish teeth)
Increasing age, smoking, caries and hygiene are one of the most important causes of dental changes. It should be noted that the color of the dentine becomes more pronounced over time by wearing enamel. Meanwhile, some intrinsic pigments in the pores and pretubuls penetrate and become apparent, resulting in a more discolored color. Sometimes pigments on the enamel surfaces cause black or brown spots.
Whitening or bleaching your teeth in the office
This method requires the protection of the gums. After shielding, the bleach is placed on the teeth and removed after the prescribed time and washed. The best results are when it comes to bleaching in the office, leading to more permanent results.
Tooth whitening by the dentist brightens teeth faster. The bleaching agent is usually much stronger than the home bleaching. Also, heat, light, or a combination of both can be used to accelerate and intensify the whitening process.
Generally, the teeth are three to eight degrees clearer, and usually it takes 30 to 60 minutes to complete it at the time clinic. Some dentists use techniques that require 2 hours, and the cost of bleaching is similar.
During the bleaching of the teeth, the following points should be taken into account:
☑ During the treatment, reduce the consumption of tobacco, tea, coffee and colored beverages, sports drinks, sauces, berries and other colored foods.
☑ Raise hygiene.
☑ Observe the time interval between use of the gel at home and be more than 2 hours.
☑ Do not use in pregnancy and lactation, and in cardiac, diabetic and sensitive patients.
☑ Keep the bleach syringes in a cool, dry place.
☑ The best bleaching result is at least 2 weeks.
Tooth bleaching at home
In this method, the dentist will form your jaw and the meeting will give you a transparent series after that. The bleach is then given to you, and a certain amount is used each night.
In addition to the above method, there are other methods for bleaching the teeth at home. But methods like dental procedures are not effective.
1) Bleaching teeth strips and gels
These products are applied directly to the teeth with a thin pen or thin strip. These whitening products containing peroxide are usually used once or twice a day for 10 to 14 days. Their results will remain for four months or more.
2) Tooth whitening teeth
Each toothpaste helps to remove stains from the teeth because it has a toughening effect. But whitening toothpastes contain chemicals that help remove stains on the teeth without the need for bleach. Bleaching toothpaste is relatively inexpensive and brings teeth about a degree. Some whitening toothpastes contain peroxide, but they do not have enough for teeth to have a strong whitening effect.
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Tooth whitening can lead to more pain and problems when it comes to untreated teeth, as well as waste your time and money, as the chance of whitening these damaged teeth is not high. An ethics dentist will alert you to this.
# Dental sensitivity in the first 24 hours
One of the side effects of whitening teeth is sensitivity 24 hours after bleaching. If you tolerate excessive sensitivity, you can use analgesic tablets such as ibuprofen.
# White is not permanent.
Teeth always get yellow as part of the aging process. Also, the teeth are always dyed with food and drink. Dental bleaching in the office usually lasts from 6 months to 2 years, but depends on the difficulty of the teeth as well as your diet.
# One size is not suitable for everyone.
Bleach kits are intended to ensure that bleach is placed where it should be, and should not be placed on the gums, as the bleach gel causes free radical reactions and damage to the gum. Since everyone’s smile is different, we should not use kits of the same size to whiten the teeth.
# Keep bleaching gel from soft tissue.
Another side effect of whitening teeth is soft tissue irritation. Usually it happens when bleach is placed on the gums. Ultimately, you may have to eat some gel bleach kits at home, which can cause nausea and vomiting. That is why bleaching is a better option in the office.
# Results are different.
Your results depend on how your teeth were at the start. Some people think that whitening cleanses all the injuries that their teeth have been in their lifetime. In fact, the picture is correct. The more you look after your teeth, the better you get. Brush regularly and prevent damage to the color of your teeth, then having treated teeth more whiter.
# Excessive use prohibited
If the bleaching gel stays too long on the teeth, it can damage them. Too much whitening causes a change in the color of the tooth, which can only be replaced entirely.
Other dental problems can affect the whitening of the teeth. For example, cavities should be treated before bleached teeth. This is because bleaching substances can pass through decayed areas and reach the internal parts of the teeth.
If you have decayed teeth or gum disease, whitening your teeth is sensitive. Whitening also does not affect the ceramic or composite cores.
Transient blikey teeth
Whitening teeth seem unlikely to cause serious side effects, although some teeth may become sensetive for a short time. They may also have mild irritation. Women should not whiten their teeth when they are pregnant. The effect of bleaching agent on fetal growth is not known. Since it is used with chemicals, it is advisable to do this after delivery.
If you are one of the following groups, it is best to consult your doctor before bleaching your teeth:
Your teeth are very sensitive.
You have gastric acid reflux disease.
Have a gum disease.
Gums Are Sensitive.
Sensitization to hydrogen peroxide.
Pregnant or lactation
You are under 18 years of age.
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Dental bleaching costs in year 2019
The dental cost of dental bleaching is 500 hezar tooman per jaw depending on the number of sessions required.
Dr. Seyyed Mohammad Hosseinian, Surgery Specialist, Endodontic Dentistry
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