teeth bleaching. Saturday , July 15th , 2017 - 21:16:19 PM
In cases where no tooth at all remain in the upper or lower jaw, full dentures are often the only option. A user needs to remove such dentures for cleaning and take them out altogether before sleeping at night. Full dentures invariably consist of a plastic base carrying plastic or porcelain teeth. Full dentures for the upper jaw cover the roof of the mouth, with a very thin layer of saliva between the roof of the mouth with the denture providing suction to keep them firmly in position. They often interfere with people's perceptions of taste and temperature because they cover the palate.
Sometimes, the whitening becomes uneven. It can occur naturally as the effect of bleach is not even for every tooth. This may even result in patchy appearance on your teeth. The irregular whitening looks as if you have undergone a failed procedure.
There are two types of procedures offered these days, an 'in-office' method and 'at-home method'. In the former the procedure is carried out in the dentist's office, and in the latter tooth bleaching kit, along with customized trays, are available which can be used at home. The in-office method shows immediate results, whereas the at-home method takes a little more time for the effects to be apparent. In both the methods compounds based on peroxide of varying degrees of strength are used for the process.
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