There are many misunderstandings about teeth whitening at home products. Whiter Image Teeth can provide solid information that will let your clients have the brightest smile. After a spa whitening treatment, at home teeth whitening care should be assumed just like at home skin care is assumed for the best possible results. There are some expectations for the client to be aware of so that they are excited about the results they have.
Yellowish teeth respond well to bleaching, brownish-colored teeth respond less well, and grayish-hue or purple-stained teeth may not respond well to bleaching at all.
Blue-gray staining caused by tetracycline is more difficult to lighten and may require up to 6 months of home treatments or several in-office appointments to successfully lighten.
Teeth that have dark stains may be better candidates for another lightening option, such as veneers, bonding, or crowns. Your professional can discuss the options best suited for your situation.With all types of bleaching procedures, the degree of whiteness will vary from individual to individual depending on the condition of the teeth, nature of the stain, the concentration of the bleach and the duration of time and bleaching system used. Whiter Image Teeth can provide the correct at home care to maximize the results be each color issue.
Many people ask, “what can I do to maintain my brighter smile?”
There are several tips for maintaining your newly whitened teeth include:
Avoiding the consumption of or exposure to products that stain your teeth (see first question in this document on what causes teeth to become stained). If you do choose to consume beverages that stain, consider using a straw so that the liquid bypasses your front teeth.
Brush or rinse immediately after consuming stain-causing beverages or foods.
Follow good oral hygiene practices. Brush your teeth at least twice daily and floss at least once daily to remove plaque. Use a whitening toothpaste (once or twice a week only) to remove surface stains and prevent yellowing. Use a regular toothpaste the rest of the time.
Consider touch-up treatments. Depending on the whitening method used, you may need a tough-up every 6 months or after a year or two. If you smoke or drink lots of stain-causing beverages, you may need a touch up more often.
Most importantly, teeth whitening is not a once on a lifetime event – the results will fade over time. How long whitening lasts varies between each individual and depends on several factors, including age, starting tooth shade, history of trauma to teeth, diet, oral hygiene, and smoking.
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