Lost that bit of sparkle in your smile and want to bring it back? Our professional teeth whitening treatments in Shepparton will have you beaming with confidence.
If you have discoloured or dull teeth, we’re your go to for professional teeth whitening treatment in Shepparton. Whether you’re a newbie looking for great results or simply needing a touch-up after a previous treatment, we’re here to help you bring that shine back to your smile.
A bright smile can be one of our best assets, but over time, teeth can become stained and discoloured. Many people turn to teeth whitening products in an effort to regain their sparkling smile, but these products often fall short. Teeth whitening gels and strips can be difficult to use, and they often produce disappointing results.
In contrast, professional teeth whitening is a quick and effective way to achieve long-lasting results. The bleaching agents used by professionals are much more efficient than those found in over-the-counter products, so you can expect to see a significant difference after just one treatment.
Professional teeth whitening is also safe for your teeth and gums, so you can enjoy your brighter smile without worry. If you’re looking for a way to boost your confidence and brighten your teeth, contact us today.
The results from professional teeth whitening vary from person to person but can last up to 3 years. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for over-the-counter whitening products, which typically only last a few months.
However, there are certain factors that can affect how long the teeth whitening effects last. Practising good oral hygiene will result in you enjoying the effects for a longer period. On the other hand, things like smoking, drinking dark liquids like coffee and wine will stain your teeth quickly, making the teeth whitening effects short-lived.
Teeth whitening is safe as long as it’s done by a professional and experienced dentist. While some DIY teeth whitening kits may also be safe, you still need to do your research. A major reason why is that DIY kits do not provide dental examination beforehand and, therefore, may cause health issues after the procedure.
On the other hand, a professional dentist providing teeth whitening services will carry out a dental check before the procedure. For instance, if you have very sensitive teeth, gum disease, or cavities, you shouldn’t be whitening your teeth. However, a professional dentist may be able to find a teeth whitening solution that suits your needs.
That said, professional teeth whitening can also cause some tooth sensitivity, but this typically only lasts a couple of days.
At Knight Street Dentists, we take every possible measure to minimise the likelihood of the whitening gel getting in contact with your gums.
After teeth whitening, you need to avoid food and drinks that may stain or irritate your teeth. These include tea, coffee, red juices, etc. However, after 1 to 3 days, you can resume your regular diet.
After a teeth whitening treatment, you want to avoid certain foods and drinks that can stain your teeth. Examples include red wine, tea, tomato juice, coffee, and soda. You also need to avoid sugary foods, smoking, and chewing tobacco. You shouldn’t take any of these for at least two days after treatment. Subsequently, you should still limit your intake as these substances stain your teeth and can undo the teeth whitening treatment quicker than usual.
On the flip side, you should eat what is known as a white diet in order to guarantee the best results – this includes things like tofu, yoghurt, chicken, fish, etc. Foods that are literally white!
Additionally, you may also want to avoid consuming cold or hot foods a few days after the teeth whitening procedure as your teeth may still be sensitive.
Teeth whitening treatments contain bleaching chemicals like hydrogen peroxide, which break down the compounds that stain your teeth. As these compounds get smaller, they can be removed from the tooth, giving it a brightening effect.
The frequency of your teeth whitening treatments depends on your diet and oral hygiene. If you smoke, chew tobacco, or consume meals or drinks that stain your teeth, you’ll need teeth whitening more frequently.
Regardless, we advise that you get your dentist’s recommendation on how often you need teeth whitening treatments.
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