Is Tooth Whitening bad for my Enamel?
Teeth whitening does not do any damage to your teeth. However, some people notice that their teeth become more sensitive after getting them whitened. This is temporary and will typically go away within one or two days of treatment.
Are There any Risks Associated With Getting Tooth Whitening?
The only risks that are associated with getting whitening treatments is increased sensitivity and gum irritation. However, both of these problems will typically go away within a few days. Contact your cosmetic dentist if this problem persists for more than just a few days.
Am I a Candidate for Tooth Whitening?
Only a cosmetic dentist can determine whether you are a good candidate for tooth whitening. However, most people who have healthy teeth are considered good candidates for this treatment.
Is Whitening Covered by Dental Insurance?
Unfortunately, dental insurance typically does not pay for whitening treatments.
How Long Does Teeth Whitening Last?
The amount of time that tooth whitening lasts can vary from person to person. However, the whitening can potentially last anywhere from six months to two years. If you take good care of your teeth at home, then you can make your whitening treatment last for a longer period of time.
What can I do to Keep my Teeth Whiter for a Longer Period of Time?
Practicing good oral hygiene is one of the things that you can do in order to keep your teeth white for a longer period of time. Brushing and flossing are the keys to good oral hygiene. You should also avoid consuming drinks and foods that stain your teeth. If you happen to eat something that stains your teeth, then you should brush your teeth after eating it.
Furthermore, you should consider visiting your local dentist office and getting touch-up treatments. You may need to get a touch-up treatment a few times out of the year.
If you are interested in getting whitening treatments, then you will need to call our local dentist office.