You might not like to be seen if you have stains on teeth due to consumption of coffee, tea, tobacco or natural ageing. You might need a professional tooth whitening to get free from a dental discoloration. You can get a smile in an hour or less you were longing for.
Learn top 5 facts with a cosmetic dentist while going for teeth whitening-
- You can do it in-office or at home
There is a kind of whitening treatments: in-office or at home. In-office treatment, a dentist at Harmony Dental applies a powerful whitening gel to your teeth multiple times. In an hour, your smile will become 6-8 times whiter. It is a perfect instant solution.
Dentists provide the customized home kit. It consists of a set of mouth trays with the whitening gel. This will give the result in almost 2 weeks.
- Results can last for years
With proper care, results will last for a long time. Regularly brush and floss your teeth and avoid intake of staining foods and beverages. No whitening treatment lasts for a lifetime; always a touch-up is required in 2 years.
- It won’t damage your teeth
Whitening products if overused may damage enamel. Dentists use bleaching solutions and know for how long the teeth can be exposed before any negative effects develop.
This can’t sure with the whitening kits bought from a store.
- It’s best for the kids to wait
When a child’s teeth are at the developing stage, their enamel is usually thinner than an adult’s. Whitening could cause them harm. Harmony Dental does not recommend whitening for anyone below 18.
- It won’t affect dental work
If you have crowns, fillings or veneers, a whitening treatment won’t affect the colour. Pre-inform the dentist regarding any dental work you have undergone. They will ensure that your smile comes out of the same colour. It might involve bleaching your teeth to match your current restorations.
Tooth whitening is the fastest, easiest and affordable ways that help in improving your appearance. For any questions, consult a dentist before getting a whitening treatment.
Harmony Dental assures that fluoride in water is harmless. It’s important why fluoride is necessary for the body.
7 fluoride side effects that should be monitored to achieve desired results-
1. Tooth Discoloration
Consumption of too much of fluoride leads to yellowed or browned teeth. With regular brushing, it is easy to avoid and therefore does not poses any risk.
2. Tooth Decay
High intake fluoridated water can lead to the weakening of enamel. This mainly affects children who are still at the age of developing teeth.
3. Skeletal Weakness
Taking too much fluoride highly impact teeth and damage the skeletal system as well. Patients suffering from endemic skeletal fluorosis struggle with problems.
- Joints become weak
- Increase the risk of a fracture
4. Neurological Problems
Fluoride not only affects bone and teeth, but it also impacts young children in the development of the brain. Exposure to fluoride before birth could lead to poorer cognitive outcomes in the future.
Higher levels of fluoride lead to low scores in IQ tests.
5. High Blood Pressure
As per research, there is a significant correlation between high blood pressure and water with too much fluoride.
People are concerned with the internal fluoride treatment side effects but it affects your appearance as well.
Regular intake of fluoride may lead fluoroderma which results in acne and painful sores.
Fluoride alone will not cause seizures; it can put seizure sufferers at an increased risk. If you’re already prone to seizures, ensure to keep track of the water quality. Too much consumption of fluoride can cause a life-threatening seizure.
Final Thoughts on Fluoride Side Effects-
Fluoride is the best to way to strengthen tooth enamel but too much consumption or exposure of fluoride can cause harm to your body.
It is better to drink clean and safe water. Ensure you’re not exposing yourself and your family to dangerous chemicals.
Consult Harmony Dental if you’re concerned about fluoride side effects or how to determine the levels of fluoride in your water. Get in touch and find the right water quality monitoring tools.