Teeth Whitening in Dubai
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Your teeth’s natural shade of white may fade over time for a variety of reasons, including the following:
Teeth whitening, on the other hand, is a safe and effective treatment option for removing discolouration. As a result, your grin will be noticeably brighter!
At Lavish Medical Center LLC, we are enthusiastic and committed to ensuring your smile that bright ever. A whiter smile can always boost your confidence, especially if you feel self-obsessed with the color of your teeth You can do teeth whitening if your teeth are discolored due to smoking or drinking tea or coffee.
Teeth whitening is a simple, safe and effective way of lightening the color of your teeth. It is a popular form of Cosmetic Dentistry which can have a significant improvement in the appearance of your smile.
There are several types of teeth whitening, but we offer you the most successful teeth whitening treatments
- Zoom Teeth Whitening
- Home Teeth Whitening
Zoom Teeth Whitening is now considered as one of the most popular teeth whitening treatments due to its long-lasting and immediate results. In this treatment, first of all, your lips and gums will be protected by a shield to protect them. Then whitening gel will be applied 3 times for 15 minutes each which has bleaching properties and a special light will be used to enhance its penetration.
Home Teeth Whitening is the most popular teeth whitening system which enables our patients to maintain the white shade of their teeth very easily at home. Personalized whitening trays are made to fit over the surfaces of all of your teeth with prescribed tooth whitening gel. They should be worn for a couple of hours, generally over a period of time. You can choose how regularly and for how long you wish to whiten your teeth. You can then essentially go through teeth whitening gel to brighten your teeth further, or whenever you feel the need to whiten your teeth again.
Tooth whitening may be right for you if you have following oral health problems:
- Generalized stains on your teeth.
- Aging teeth.
- Smoking and dietary stains such as those of tea and coffee.
- Dental fluorosis – fluorosis with multiple spots on teeth may benefit from whitening.
- There have been changes inside your tooth e.g. death of the nerve or root canal treatment.
Advantages of teeth whitening:
- Regaining your smile.
- Reducing the signs of age.
- You look more attractive and confident.
- A boost to dental health and hygiene.
- Treatment is reasonable and cost-effective.
- To decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles (Once your whiter teeth are visible, shifts the focus of everyone to your new smile).
The effects of whitening are thought to last up to 2-3 years. However, this will vary from person to person. The persistence of treatment results will be reduced if you smoke or drink products that can stain your teeth
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Frequently asked questions
Zoom tooth whitening is a dental technique that lightens, brightens, and brightens the natural color of your teeth, giving them a more youthful appearance. To liberate activated oxygen molecules, this approach combines a unique bleaching gel with a specific wavelength of light. This activated oxygen penetrates deep into the tooth enamel, breaking down the underlying pigments that cause tooth discolouration, resulting in a considerably lighter tint of teeth.
The answer is a resounding YES! Zoom has been proved in multiple clinical tests and research to be not only a completely safe alternative for whitening your teeth with no known side effects to your overall health, but it has also been found to help build tooth enamel.
The splitting of underlying pigments by oxygen extracted from the specific bleaching gel under the influence of the particular Zoom lamp will result in a bleaching effect.
The procedure will begin with a quick examination and assessment of your current tooth color. After that, a specific substance is put to the gums and other soft tissues to insulate and protect them from the bleaching process. After that, a unique whitening gel is applied to the surfaces of your teeth, which is then activated by a specialized light that is put right over the teeth. The gel is removed after 15 minutes so that a particular fluoride-containing medicine can be given to the teeth. The bleaching procedure is restarted after this stage. Each Zoom session will be bleached three times, for a total of roughly an hour and a half. Most dentists would ask you to come in for three to four of these hour-and-a-half Zoom appointments.
Although Zoom whitening is not an unpleasant procedure, some individuals may experience slight discomfort as a result of tooth sensitivity. If tooth sensitivity is present, it usually goes away within a day of the Zoom operation. Preexisting tooth sensitivity is the most typical source of this sensitivity, which can be aggravated slightly by the Zoom operation. But, once again, this is a small annoyance that can be readily remedied. As a result, it’s critical to inform your dentist about any pre-existing tooth sensitivity before beginning your Zoom treatment.
Your teeth lose a little amount of moisture throughout the whitening procedure, and following the bleaching process, they can absorb moisture strongly for up to 48 hours. This is why it is strongly advised that Zoom patients avoid foods and beverages that can stain their teeth, including as coffee, tea, soda, red wine, soy sauce, red sauces, ketchup, and tobacco products. The first few days after your Zoom teeth whitening treatments are critical for getting the best results.
For the most part, Zoom whitening is considered completely safe. Pregnant or lactating women, children under the age of 14, those with a higher sensitivity to light, and patients receiving any sort of photochemotherapy are the only people who should not receive Zoom. Patients with melanoma or any other sort of skin cancer should also avoid receiving Zoom.
Yes. Zoom whitening uses a specific lamp that is completely safe. During their Zoom session, all patients wear special protective eyewear to screen their eyes from any potential glare from the bulb. Furthermore, all soft tissues in the mouth, such as the tongue, gums, and lips, are shielded from any potential harm caused by the UV rays emitted by the Zoom lamp.
A few additional procedures should be taken to get the most out of a Zoom whitening treatment and to extend the new look of your smile. To begin, give up any negative oral health behaviors that could contribute to darker teeth, consider switching to an ultrasonic toothbrush, and schedule a dental exam and cleaning at least once every six months. Using a whitening toothpaste and having your dentist design you a pair of custom-fit bleaching trays can also help to maintain the amount of whiteness your teeth have after getting Zoom and guarantee your smile is as clean as possible.