Doubravka Tamara teeth bleaching, 2017-11-15 11:02:07. For many people, the best way is to brush their teeth with a mixture of baking soda and salt in the ratio of 3:1. Baking soda kills bacteria that may give rise to plaque. It also reduces the acids that are in the mouth that may damage the enamel of the teeth. Apart from all these, baking soda contains peroxide that helps in removing stains as well.
Naiara Reinders teeth bleaching, 2017-11-15 11:18:19. Rubbing your teeth with lemon juice is also beneficial in making your teeth white and shining. You could also use a toothpaste that has salt or extracts of lemon, for effective whitening.
Emem Tomislava teeth bleaching, 2017-11-15 10:27:06. A bridge is an effective choice for replacing only one or two teeth. It is a false tooth, which is secured to the neighboring teeth, i.e., on both sides of the newly placed tooth. Thus, the false tooth acts like a bridge in the gap. As compared to dental implant, the cost incurred to get a dental bridge fixed is less; however, the procedure is time-consuming. Nevertheless, you must also know that a bridge is not suited for replacing multiple missing teeth or the complete set of teeth.
Doubravka Tamara teeth bleaching, 2017-11-15 10:44:34. For years, when a patient wanted their teeth whitened, they would look in a mirror at the dentist's office and compare their teeth to sample shade models and pick the most natural-looking upgrade to their existing color. But now, thanks to our society's outrageous focus on physical appearance, the standard shade model is whiter than white. So if people have a blindingly white selection available to them, they'll probably take it. But how white is too white? "You can definitely hurt yourself, absolutely," says Dr. Marlo Griesser, a cosmetic dentist in Sugar Land, Texas. According to Griesser, the side effects of too much bleaching can include gum irritation and damage, and can leave teeth extremely sensitive. And even worse, overbleaching can result in blotchy or discolored teeth. "Possibly some discoloration of the teeth, where you're not getting the color that you want, and it's going to be a multi-colored surface," Griesser says. Plus, whitening products work only on the natural tooth; crowns and cavities cannot be whitened.
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