Teeth Whitening After Care

Most dentists agree that some people can experience some tooth sensitivity during the first 24 – 48 hours after the whitening treatment. People with existing sensitivity, recently cracked teeth, micro-cracks, open cavities, leaking fillings, or other dental conditions that cause sensitivity may find that these conditions increase or prolong tooth sensitivity after the treatment. Here are some important information about this sensitive matter as well as teeth whitening after care…


Cosmetic Dentist Tips to Reduce Sensitivity After Whitening Your

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To reduce tooth sensitivity, first use the right tooth care tools. Avoid brushing your teeth directly after having your teeth whitened. First, they need time to settle. Brushing directly after can actually harm the enamel. Later on …

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Teeth Whitening – Important After Treatment Care | Dental Care

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When a baby begins teething, the tiny teeth that break through the gums are pearly white. However, with time, as a person grows up, teeth begin to lose their.

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Teeth Whitening in Richmond Virginia How To Take Care Of Your Teeth After A Whitening Treatment

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How To Take Care Of Your Teeth After A Whitening Treatment

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I’m sure you have heard all the reasons why you should whiten your teeth, but not many people consider what to do after a successful whitening treatment. Here are 3 ways to take care of your pearly whites. 1. Immediate Posttreatment Care.

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Follow-Up Care after the Teeth Whitening Treatment

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The result of teeth whitening will last depending on how you take care of it after the treatment. Never expose your teeth to staining agents such as tobacco, coffee, red wine, tea, colas, etc. to maintain its natural pearly white color. You can also use teeth whitening pens on the go, so if you drink a cup of coffee or anything that may stain your teeth, all you have to do is use the whitening pen and prevent your teeth from staining. These pens are very inexpensive and easy to use and small enough to carry. You can obtain these at our office by visiting us or call us at 323-771-7254.

By: Dr. Ladan Zinati

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