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What are the different methods of teeth whitening?

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Asked by smile concepts, 23 Nov '12 12:28 pm
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There are many methods available for teeth whitening, such as brushing, bleaching strips, bleaching pen, bleaching gel, laser bleaching, and natural bleaching.

Laser in dentistry is used for:
1. Teeth whitening
2. Gum treatment
3. Painless oral surgical procedures

Blue light teeth whitening is a very mild and a gentle treatment. It whitens and cleans your teeth up to 3-4 shades whiter in just an hour. It helps you get a whiter, attractive smile without using peroxide. The procedure is performed at the Om Dental Clinic, at Khar (west) in Mumbai.
Source: http://www.omdental.in
Answered by Om Dental, 13 Dec '13 11:26 am

 
  
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Dentists do that cleaning with polishing tools the proven one rest are only beliefs-You can try with cooking salt
Answered by Life to, 23 Nov '12 12:30 pm

 
  
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N-Office Bleaching -- In-office teeth whitening offers excellent results. This procedure is performed in the dental office and can be done quickly, usually in a little over an hour. In-office bleaching is expensive, but the time that you save by having immediate results can make this option appealing.
Teeth Whitening Trays and Gels -- Teeth whitening trays and gels are effective, but the desired results take longer to achieve than with in-office bleaching. Depending on the strength of peroxide in the gel, these clear trays are usually worn a couple of hours a day or overnight and could take anywhere from 3 days to a couple of weeks before any results are noticed. There are basically two types of teeth whitening trays and gels: Those purchased from your dentist and those purchased over the counter. While they will both whiten your teeth, the two have noted differences.
Teeth whitening kits from the dentist produce faster and more effective results because they contain a stronger perox ...more
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 23 Nov '12 12:29 pm

 
  
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