Deep Bleaching of Teeth in Essex gives Patients a Dazzling Smile
Are you planning for big presentation, wedding event or any other functions that needs you look sparkling and are you afraid you do not have the best teeth to give an infectious smile. There is no need to worry; deep bleaching of the teeth in Essex gives patients a dazzling smile perfect for you to keep smiling and looking at that camera on that special occasion.
Deep bleaching basics
Deep bleaching of the teeth is basically done to enhance both the appearance of the teeth and its color. It is done to make teeth look and appear whiter. Just like skin tones or hair color, different people have different natural teeth colors ranging from gray to pure white. However, with time and age, the natural colors of teeth tend to get darker and sometimes discolored not only the enamel or tooth surface but also deep into the dentin and other layers of the teeth. Foods like coffee, wine and even tobacco can further discolor teeth making them unsightly and thus the need for deep bleaching.
Factors affecting deep bleaching/tooth whitening
Various factors will determine how effective or otherwise each session of deep bleaching will be for you including
Oxygen permeability. So how fast or slow do your teeth absorb oxygen?
Exposure time. For how long are the bleaching agents or gels in direct contact with your teeth. Depending on your needs and the type of bleaching gels used, it is possible to expose your teeth to the bleach for 30 minutes, one hour or even up to a number of hours without exposing your teeth or gums to any dangers. Usually, longer exposure periods mean better oxygen penetration especially to the teeth dentin layer.
Other things that will influence results include how the deep bleaching trays or agents fit onto the teeth, your bleach concentration and your natural tooth color. There are some tooth colors that cannot be bleached even with several hours of exposure to bleach and treatment.
How deep bleaching of teeth in Essex works
Deep teeth bleaching involves exposing the darkened or discolored teeth to given type of bleach and leaving it to sit for a number of minutes of even hours. During this time, the bleach gets into contact with the enamel layer of the teeth and with time it penetrates past this to the dentin layer. The dentin layer can be yellow, black, gray or even brown in color. In cases whereby teeth discoloration is not influenced by external factors like food or drinks, the discoloration is usually caused by the dentin color. Now, once the bleach gets onto the dentin layers, it oxygenates the surface thus causing it to lighten or whiten for that matter. The lightening of the dentin layer makes the outer translucent layer of the teeth look more translucent and whiter. Now, it should be noted that, a simple procedure may not effective enough to provide the kind of results desired and therefore, repetitive procedures may be required.
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