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More and more people are realizing that beautiful white teeth are an element of modern culture, a symbol of health and prosperity. It is a well-known fact that a pleasant smile is created primarily by the color of your teeth. During the course of our lives our teeth are subjected to different organic and inorganic stains, which can either be deposited directly on the tooth surface (external staining) or cause discoloration of the dental hard tissue (internal staining). The discoloration of the tooth is called discoloration.

There are many types of external staining. For example: frequent consumption of foods such as coffee, tea or smoking can lead to dark brown discoloration.

Internal dental staining includes congenital and acquired disorders of enamel and dentin (fluorosis, enamel hypoplasia, “tetracycline” teeth, discoloration of teeth due to fillings, etc.).

Professional cleaning of teeth implies cleaning of all kinds of plaque and tartar (external staining) from the surface of teeth, fillings and orthopedic Increase the brightness of your teeth without mechanically damaging the structure of your teeth. This procedure is performed by a doctor:

Manually, with the help of special tools. The method is not always pleasant, sometimes with abundant dental deposits the gums begin to bleed. With the help of a skeleton. Removal of dental plaque is performed with the help of ultrasound. A very pleasant and comfortable method.

With the help of modern methods. A jet of water, air and soda is applied to the teeth, making them very clean and smooth.

Professional teeth cleaning increases the amount of light that is reflected, resulting in the perception of brighter teeth.

True whitening (chemical whitening). Currently there are two main types of teeth whitening – office (office) and home. They make it relatively easy and fast to achieve a significant improvement in dental aesthetics. Before you whiten your teeth you should be sure to conduct a full examination of the oral cavity and find out if there are no contraindications for bleaching.

General contraindications to bleaching:

– Minority of the patient (should not be performed for legal reasons)

– Pregnancy and breast-feeding

– Allergic reactions to hydrogen peroxide.

Dental contraindications:

– Significant loss of enamel due to

– pathological or age-related wear and tear,

– Deep cracks on the enamel surface;

– The presence of exposed periodontal areas of teeth, erosions, etc. (in this case, whitening will lead to the development of hypersensitivity of the teeth).

Bleaching should not be performed if:

– The patient is undergoing orthodontic treatment;

– The oral cavity is not sanitized;

– There are periodontal diseases.


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