Smart Looking teeth for Long as Possible
Want a healthy, confident smile but worried about the effects on your gums of traditional whitening techniques? Look no further. Laser teeth whitening will give you the smile you’ve always dreamed of quickly, easily, at an affordable price and without damaging your gums. During the laser whitening process, gums are protected as the stains are removed, returning your teeth to a brilliant white colour.
This means that there is no danger of your gums receding. Laser whitening is safe for everyone: even those with sensitive teeth.
The treatment is carried out by a specialist teeth whitening consultant who has been trained to the highest standard, is fully insured and – of course – applies the best standards of oral hygiene, putting the health of your teeth and gums first. They are able to answer any questions you have about the treatment and are also experts at putting you at your ease. The process is carried out in confidence. So how does the treatment work? You lie back and let the specialist consultants apply the gentle, safe whitening gel to your teeth, and then use a low powered laser to remove stains, debris and potentially harmful bacteria from the surface of your teeth.
The laser causes no pain and no damage to either your teeth or your gums. After the one hour treatment, your teeth will be at least several shades whiter – guaranteed – and these results will last between 18 and 24 months. And let’s face it: first impressions count. A radiant smile with healthy teeth and gums can make all the difference towards success at work or in your personal life.
Many satisfied customers chose laser whitening simply to give themselves the smile they’ve always dreamed of, but others choose to have their teeth whitened for a special occasion, like a wedding, a job interview or a first date. But for whatever reason you choose to treat yourself to this reliable, effective treatment, you can be assured that unlike with other teeth whitening processes, which use harsh, dangerous chemicals, your lips, gums and mouth tissue are at no danger of damage.
The oral hygiene habits of a person plays a significant role in maintaining a healthy mouth and smile. We are discussing below some good dental hygiene habits that can go a long way in maintaining your healthy gums and teeth.
1. Brushing- This is the most effective way of removing the plaque from the teeth as it can lead to cavities and decay. Plaque is a colorless and sticky substance that effectively clings to one’s teeth. When plaque combines with bacteria and food particles in the mouth, it can easily erode the enamel on the teeth casing cavities and decay.
Dentists recommend that you should brush your teeth at least three times a day, after having meals and before going to bed. Only a soft bristled brush having a compact head is best for brushing and it should be replaced every four months.
Teeth should be brushed for about three to four minutes, at 45-degree angle in circular and short motions. All areas in the mouth should be brushed, your tongue, roof of the mouth and gums, as they are the places that are infested by the harmful bacteria.
2. Flossing- Flossing is necessary for removing debris and plaque that entangles between the teeth and along one’s gum line. Usually it is missed during the brushing. Flossing also stimulates the gums resulting in an increased blood circulation.
Usually dentists recommend that flossing should be done at least once a day and it is best to do it before going to bed. Sometimes gums bleed for first few ties when you floss them. However, once flossing is done on the regular basis, bleeding may stop.
3. Mouth wash- You should also use mouthwash at least twice a day. It should be used after brushing has been done by mixing it in some water.
4. Regular checkup with a dentist- Aside from brushing, flossing, and mouthwash, it is also necessary for you to visit your dentist on the regular basis for dental checkup. Usually once visit every six months is sufficient for maintaining excellent dental health. During your visit, dentist will clean your teeth and remove any stubborn plaque along the gum line or from your teeth. Dentist will also examine your teeth and mouth and can even order set of x-rays for checking any decay or hidden problems. In case of any new cavities, dentist will do filling for arresting the decay.
With the above-mentioned good dental hygiene habits, you can ensure the health of your gums and teeth and longevity of your smile .