Teeth whitening in Sydney

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Teeth whitening also known as teeth bleaching have been more and more sought after dental cosmetic treatment to this day. Teeth whitening in Sydney can either be whitening products over the counter to apply at home or have it done professionally by your dentist.

These whitening products contain hydrogen peroxide. Other whitening products are peroxide free which contain carbamide peroxide or sodium perborate that releases hydrogen peroxide.

So is it worth it to get your teeth professionally whitened? Professional teeth whitening dentist in Sydney use 35% hydrogen peroxide. In chair whitening is more expensive than any whitening kits or bleaching tray.

However, the effects are immediate which gives an assurance to the patients that they will achieve the bright smile that they want. In just a few hours you can see the improvement on your teeth. However, not all people are eligible to whitening treatments.

If you are someone that has tartar build up, tooth decay and gum disease, sensitive teeth and sensitive gums, you might want to prioritise to treat these dental issues first before proceeding with any dental cosmetic treatment.

Teeth whitening products does not work on your crowns, veneers and fillings. It is best to have a consultation with your dentist to make sure that you can undergo this treatment and to know the risk and the side effects of teeth whitening.Teeth whitening in Sydney

Teeth whitening are temporary, but how long does professional teeth whitening last will depend on the type of whitening treatment you had and your aftercare.

Teeth whitening can last for a few months up to three years. It varies from person to person.

The whitening effect will not last if you eat foods that can stain your teeth or when you drink coffee or tea. You must avoid smoking cigarettes as well if you want to prolong the whitening effects and continue having a bright white smile.

 

 

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veneers in sydney

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Dental veneers in Sydney can improve the appearance of your stained and discoloured tooth. It can also change the shape of your crooked tooth, fix your chipped tooth, correct you misaligned teeth and even closing the small gap in between your teeth.

The best type of veneers is the porcelain veneers. Although it is more expensive than composite veneers, it is durable and can last longer that other veneer material. Since it is made out of porcelain, it is not prone to stain or discolouration.

So how long do veneers last on your teeth? Dental veneers can last from 10 to 15 years. With proper dental care and treatment it can extend its lifespan up to 20 years.veneers in sydney

Here are some signs on how often do veneers need replacing. If you are experiencing any of these signals you might want to visit your dentist to have them replace.

Chipped or Cracked Veneers – Although porcelain veneers are durable, if not used properly and if there is too much pressure then it can break. If you are wearing veneers, you have to stay away from eating hard foods or using your teeth as a tool to open an object.

Your Natural Tooth Underneath is Decayed – Regardless of how strong the veneers are if the tooth where it is attached to is decaying, the veneers will separate from the tooth underneath. If that happens, you need to consult the decayed tooth as it will further damage your natural teeth.

Incorrect Size and Shade – During the examination, the dentist will let you pick the shape and the shade of the veneers and will do mock up as well. However, during the cementation of the veneers if the shade, shape and the bite is not properly aligned then you need to have them redone.

Not Properly Installed Veneers – If teeth veneers are not properly installed to your teeth, although it might look good, it can fall off. You have to make sure that your dentist is experience in cosmetic dentistry to avoid these mistakes.

 

 

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