teeth bleaching. Friday , January 27th , 2017 - 07:16:18 AM
If you have substantial missing teeth in either or both jaws, then this is the option that you will inevitably have to choose. Full dentures are a complete set of teeth for upper and lower jaw. If you only need replacement for one jaw, you can go for a single plate, while those with teeth loss in both jaws cannot do without a double plate set. Dentures are made of plastic or acrylic teeth with a plate of the same material or metal. Upper dentures cover the roof of mouth (palate) and fit more snugly. The reason is, a thin layer of saliva is formed between the plate and palate, which provides the required suction to keep the plate in place. Full dentures for lower jaw are more difficult to fit, as no such suction is created to keep them in place. Besides, the lower jaw moves a lot while talking or eating, which makes the plate even more challenging to stick on.
Almost everyone will recommend this one. While the usage differs, the most common method is to mix the baking soda with hydrogen peroxide, and scrub it on your teeth for a few minutes. Be really careful not to swallow any, as it can be very harmful. Follow this with a quick clean up (brushing) using your regular toothpaste.
In this method, just wet the toothbrush properly in some cold water and dip it into the baking soda. Moistening the brush helps the baking soda stick to the bristles. Make sure all the bristles are sheathed by the powder (the toothbrush will appear white). Brush your teeth for 2 minutes and then rinse your mouth with clean water. Sometimes, brushing your teeth with baking soda conduces to a burning feeling or tingling sensation. However, if it burns a lot, stop brushing immediately and rinse your mouth.
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