Many people would love to have a perfect smile, and to achieve this they will wear braces or try teeth whitening treatments. The American Dental Association advises that individuals talk with their dentist about possible options, whether they choose something in-office or at home.
For example, one company introduced its lightening procedure to a California spa in order to give patients a relaxing experience and the chance to beautify their whole bodies, all in one place.
The new treatment is called XpresSmile, and it utilizes LED technology to blast away particles from the tooth and reveal the whiter enamel underneath.
Recent studies showed that more substances than previously thought cause darkening of the teeth. White wine actually stains teeth in a manner similar to that of red wine or coffee.
However, the ADA wants patients to remember that all whitening products do not return the same results because everyone's teeth are different. Bleaching treatments will not lighten fillings or certain bonding, and porcelain veneers may be an alternative that the patient and dentist want to explore.
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