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Teeth change color over time. It mostly has to do with our daily routines and habits. Red wine, tea, coffee, tobacco, trauma, and some medications are the most common causes for teeth discoloration.
Which teeth whitening option is right for you?
Schedule and appointment with your dentist for advise which of the following options is best for you:
- Teeth whitening toothpastes - Toothpaste cannot change the color of your teeth. Most teeth whitening pastes contain abrasives that scrub the teeth to remove stains. Some toothpastes contain polishing agents and are more effective for stain removals.
- Over-the-counter teeth whitening products - The concentration of the bleaching agent in all over-the-counter teeth whitening strips is lower than what your dentist would use in the office.
- At-home bleaching prescribed from your dentist - This option requires a quick office visit so your dentist can prepare your custom tray for at-home whitening. You can do the actual teeth whitening in the comfort of your home
- In-office bleaching - This procedure usually requires one longer office visit. The dentist will first take the appropriate measures to protect your gums. Then the dentist will apply stronger bleaching agent to your teeth. You will have a brighter smile in less than a couple of hours.