With an ever-expanding choice of teeth whitening options, it can be hard to know which is the best one for you personally and whether it’s worth it. Everyone desires a brighter, whiter smile. It stands out and boosts your confidence to no end. Orpington Dental is well equipped to get you to a standard of smile that you are proud of. We can help combat the years of potential neglect or stains caused by food and drink.
What process is involved?
We all differ greatly, and as individuals, we need specific treatment for our teeth. A custom impression of your teeth means that you can have a mouthguard made to fit your teeth specifically. A bleaching agent is then applied to the mouthguard that evenly distributes the solution across your teeth and whiten them effectively.
What do you get out of choosing teeth whitening in Orpington, Well, a whiter smile for starters, but you also come away with any knowledge or equipment you need to maintain your lovely new white teeth even longer from home.
What about safety with tooth Whitening?
Using a bleaching agent on your teeth and in your mouth may sound daunting but we can assure you that when performed by a professional like those in our team teeth whitening in Orpington is safe. To put your mind at ease, why not book a consultation with Orpington Dental who can talk you through all the measures put in place to ensure your safety. This is a good idea particularly if you have aspects of your oral health that may affect your treatment such as crowns or untreated gum disease.
How long do you see the effects?
We would never want to mislead you into thinking that teeth whitening in Orpington was a permanent thing. That being said you can make the results last even longer with the right maintenance plan.
This plan can include avoiding the troublesome food that leads to tooth discolouration. This may include things like coffee, acidic food and wine. Now we would be pretty mean if we told you to never drink a glass of wine again or enjoy a cup of coffee at work but we would strongly advise wherever possible to brush your teeth and use mouthwash as soon as possible following such staining food and drink. While avoiding these foods you should combine it with a general good standard of oral health routine. That would include brushing at least twice a day, notice we say at least, brush even more regularly whenever possible particularly after eating. Floss to remove plaque buildup in and around your teeth in hard to reach places. Another great tool to use is antiseptic mouthwash.
So to sum up then with the right level of treatment and with a good plan of action to follow you can really come away with a pearly white grin that you can be proud of. You could certainly say that this is worth it. If you need more information or want to discuss any of the other treatments on offer then we at Orpington Dental would be happy to hear from you.