White teeth are capable of making not only the most pleasant smile, but also the overall appearance of a person. Not surprisingly, therefore, it is a feature particularly sought, even if not always realistic. The coveted result of having teeth white and bright, in fact, is closely linked to the characteristics that mother nature has given them.
The colour of the teeth is a genetically determined trait. Each has its own, a little what happens to the skin and hair. Even for the more fortunate, also, pure white is only a mirage. Despite being a very durable material and mineralized enamel retains a certain porosity and as such can be knocked over by substances and particles able to change the colour of the dentin and enamel itself.
Among the main enemies of white teeth we find are cigarette smoke, mouthwashes, natural aging and food pigments, such as those contained in coffee, tea, the liquorice in spinach and red wine, but also in the artificial colouring added to beverages and other food products. A special case is the accumulation of tetracycline absorbed during early childhood with the medicines. The canines, inter alia, as a rule have a deeper colour of the other.
Inadequate oral hygiene promotes the deposit of dental plaque and its subsequent evolution into tartar. The yellowish colour of the latter, and the barrier effect of the plate as opposed to the reflection of light, is very important to enhance the natural whiteness of teeth, turning off gradually the brightness of the smile, with an unwelcome changing colour of the teeth.
The coloured particles of food, drink and smoke, in fact adhere much better and in a more tenacious plaque and tartar than mature enamel. The end result is that the teeth appear dark, yellow, more opaque and less bright.
Would you want a gorgeous shining smile? Maybe you have it already. A white and bright smile, they say, is one of the best weapons of conquest. But it is also the best way to approach an exam or a job interview.
An alternative for teeth whitening is represented by the laser treatment by Smile Brilliant, with this process of Teeth Whitening also called bleaching and is a method used to make teeth whiter. This process is a safe process that lightens the colour of the enamel and dentin due to a bleaching solution. This solution in contact with the teeth eliminates the pigments and stains that have formed over the years.
As a result, this type of treatment can be accomplished safely in home. This cosmetic procedure is more affordable and is less aggressive. Even if the two procedures are very similar, the processing performed by the dentist is generally more expensive and complex.
The reasons may be different, for example the manufacture of a bespoke mouthpiece, the application of precautions for the use of a product more focused and more aggressive, requiring a total of more time and longer treatment. The cosmetic procedure is therefore very advantageous and ensures an excellent price to performance ratio.
The bleaching solution or bleaching gel reacts under the influence of an LED lamp emanating cold light. The cosmetic tooth whitening is painless and designed not to cause a hazard. In some cases, when the gel is in contact with the gums or lips it may cause a slight irritation or a slight whitening of the area coming in contact but this irritation or tingling sensation is temporary and usually disappears within 24 hours after treatment.
In this case, it is recommended to apply on the gums or lips a little vitamin E available at any pharmacy. Very rarely, some people may experience tooth sensitivity after treatment and is therefore necessary to avoid contact of the teeth with cold, hot or acidic substances. Similarly, also this type of sensitivity disappears quickly.
The lamp used for teeth whitening Bright White LED lamp emanate cool blue light which offers the best performance for bleaching, and does not entail drawbacks and does not cause side effects.
Normally when it comes to teeth whitening, the tendency is to believe that this process will make white teeth to anyone. Of course this is quite possible, but the first thing to remember is that the teeth do not become whiter, more than they are naturally.
Cosmetic whitening varies from person to person and depends on the dentition of each. People with yellowish teeth rather due to the consumption of substances such as tobacco, coffee, tea, red wine and dark soda, will benefit from a most surprising result compared to those who already have very white and slightly stained teeth. In addition, the more porous teeth respond better to whitening.
The result obtained from the session of teeth whitening can last up to two years. The duration depends on the dentition of each, eating habits, consumption of tobacco and dental hygiene.
During the first few minutes after the treatment, you should not consume anything other than water. Later, during the 24 hours after treatment, and in order to preserve the best result, avoid the consumption of coffee, tea, tobacco, red wine or any other food or dark drink. In general, you should avoid any contact between the teeth and substances that contain colour pigments. At the end of this period of 24 hours, everyone is free to resume his daily habits.
Of course, there is no risk. Dentures, artificial teeth, caps, crowns, porcelain veneers or other composite materials for the reconstruction of the teeth will not whiten them or damaged during treatment. Their original colour remains unchanged. The treatment should be avoided if the artificial teeth are darker than the real ones something that should never really be the case otherwise they will be put on the highlighted even more.
To maintain optimum results, it is recommended to perform a session every 6 or 12 months.