TEETH WHITENING FAQ's
There are a few different reasons why your teeth are not as white as you’d like. Some causes may be associated with:
● Age.● Injury.● Genetics.● Sickness.● Medicine.● Tobacco use.● Contact with certain foods or drinks.● Excess fluoride during tooth development.
Despite the reasons for the state of your teeth, with today’s technology, there are many different options to brighten your smile.
Depending on your desired results, you may opt for a process you can do from the comfort of your own home or one that is administered in a dental office.
If you are utilizing toothpaste or strips, carefully follow the instructions included in the packaging. When fitted for a dental tray or treated for other in-office whitening procedures, the dental professionals will instruct you on how to take care of your teeth after your treatment. In some cases, your teeth and gums may be sensitive after a whitening session. To promote white teeth, avoid stain-causing foods, drinks, and tobacco.