Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Is UV Teeth Whitening Safe, Cancer Caused In Mouth?

Many folks wonder is UV teeth whitening safe.

Often I hear"everyone knows" how teeth bleaching strips enamel from your teeth and damages them for good.

Will UV Teeth Whitening give me cancer?

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It appears to me that as a dentist who no longer sees patients, I am in an unprejudiced position to set the record straight : Teeth bleaching done properly is safe, and it doesn't work by stripping enamel from your teeth! Uv Teeth Lightening is a method used to turn on chemical to drive on the process.

Many folk could have gotten the incorrect concept due to how older bleaching formulas used to work.

Remember "Pearl Drops" for smokers?

It used vicious abrasives that literally scoured away the blemishes and took off a little enamel in the bargain!

And naturally, the idea you've got to scrub your teeth as if you are cleaning the grout in the loo tiles never appears to leave. If I got paid for each mangled toothbrush coming from too much "elbow grease" during brushing, I'd be a particularly rich woman! ( although dentists have been endorsing nothing except soft bristles for ages the medium and hard ones are still on the market.

Today, we are living in the age of chemicals and lasers (uv teeth whitening).

Abrasives are the enemy.

These lightening( or bleaching ) agents really react with the stain deep within your teeth to neutralize it.

View your teeth under a microscope and the surface will look something similar to a honeycomb.

Over time, the blotches on the tooth's surface work their way thru this system of tubes and become surrounded in the honeycomb structure.

We dentists call this "intrinsic stain".

It cannot be brushed away, regardless of how hard you try.

Now, it requires a bunch of time for natural stain to form as the tubes in the "honeycomb" are "plugged up" with organic material. If they were completely open, your teeth would be extraordinarily delicate to temperature changes, particularly cold. To work, bleaching agents need to get rid of the plugs so they can penetrate to the inner layer of your teeth, where they work their wizardry.

The important ingredient loses efficacy quickly, so no need to fret that you are trapping harmful chemicals within.

After a little time ( typically 2 weeks ), the plugs return.

This explains why it's common for teeth to become delicate during and after the uv teeth whitening process, and why the effect subsides.

Sensitivity is the no 1 side-effect that gives teeth lightening a bad rap, and makes folk think it's doing permanent harm.

The power of the bleaching agent, how it's applied, and how long / often the teeth are exposed are all factors in sensitivity Uv teeth whitening will speed up the process of bleaching reducing the effect of sensitivity. So is the degree of temperature sensitivity you have before you bleach.

Talk to your dentist first if you are anxious about sensitivity.

The bottom line is that for the majority of us, teeth bleaching is a wonderfully safe and safe beauty treatment that just about anybody can afford.

You might have to try more than one product, even with your dentist, before finding the one that gives you maximum results with minimum sensitivity.

But if you are like the majority of today's beauty conscious patients, you can come away smiling!!!

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