Enamel Erosion and Tooth Whitening

Posted on: 24 July 2020
The term "tooth whitening" can be just a tiny bit misleading. It sounds as though you're changing the colour of the entire tooth, whereas you're actually just whitening its enamel coating. This is the only portion of your tooth that will be responsive to the active ingredients in the whitening process, and the remainder of the tooth will be unaltered by the whitening. This is perfectly fine since whitening is generally just for aesthetic purposes, and as long as your enamel is intact, you should be an ideal candidate for tooth whitening.
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A Couple Of Reasons To Steer Clear Of At-Home Teeth Whitening Kits

Posted on: 18 February 2020
Dazzling white teeth is an aesthetic that more and more people are striving to. This interest in sparkling white smiles can be attributed to the virtual lifestyles that many people are leading on their social media platforms. No to mention the rise of the influencer, which has made some individuals think that as long as they are on social media, everybody will want to keep up with their life. But the increased interest in white smiles has also brought about an increased interest in at-home whitening kits.
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A Lasting Bond: How to Ensure Your Composite Bonding Lasts a Decade

Posted on: 27 November 2019
Whether your dental issue is tooth stains or tooth chips, composite bonding can help to restore your smile's former beauty. And, as long as you care for your newly bonded teeth, your composite bonding should last about ten years. However, if you don't care for them, your composite bonding could fail in just a few years. Unfortunately, if your bonding becomes stained or chipped, you'll have no choice but to redo it or have it replaced with something stronger, such as porcelain veneers or crowns.
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What Factors Influence Your Teeth Whitening Results?

Posted on: 22 October 2019
Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that's used by many to brighten teeth. It reduces the surface discolouration and appearance of stains on teeth. However, the results people get even after undergoing the same whitening procedure usually differ. This is because certain factors influence the whitening process. This post will share these factors so you understand why your final results turn out to be slightly different from the results others get.
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