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Whitening Teeth With Tetracycline Stains

By Edited Dec 9, 2013 0 0

Many people are interested in whitening their teeth through various methods, but are often not fully aware of the certain dangers and risks associated with the procedure. One of the most common problems one might encounter are tetracycline stains on the teeth. There are many different ways for you to whiten your teeth, and depending on how discolored and damaged they are, certain methods will be better than others in the long run. There are many different ways for you to whiten your teeth and the simple fact is that there are preferable ways for every different circumstance.

Whitening your teeth in the comfort of your own home is a very viable choice for a whitening procedure, especially if you're trying to save money. It is no secret that attempting to white and your teeth can quickly become a very costly experience. Unfortunately, people with tetracycline stains on their teeth are often in need of immediate professional help to recover properly from these stains, and visiting a dentist for an in-office visit is much more expensive than whitening your teeth at home.

If you're someone who still wants to perform these whitening procedures at home, its best that you choose a strong gel and apply it repeatedly for several weeks. If you're using gels with high concentrations of carbamide peroxide gel, it's very likely that within a few weeks you'll notice great changes. While this is a standard amount of time for normal staining, tetracycline stains are much more difficult and can often require up to 3 months of application.

A viable alternative to speed up the process of staining removal is by visiting a dentist and using their laser treatment equipment. It should definitely be taken into account that a laser treatment cost is likely to be much more costly than whitening gels. While it costs more, the results will speak for themselves. If you can afford it, consult with a dentist and go through with it.

Another thing to remember is that if your tetracycline stains aren't severe, standard whitening gels can do the trick. Applying solid whitening agents to your teeth will likely raise the shading off them and give you more self confidence. It is important to keep in mind that if you do in fact have very dark tetracycline stains, visiting a professional might be required. I highly recommend that you should consult with a dentist or medical professional before attempting any whitening treatments on your own volition.



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