Is Teeth Whitening Bad For the teeth
A thoughtful consumer is bound to have some safety concerns about any teeth whitening system they may be considering. So, how much risk is involved in obtaining whiter teeth?
Actually, it is very safe. Whether you choose the laser teeth whitening procedure or the custom whitening trays, the risks involved are virtually non-existent.
In previous decades, whitening was accomplished by abrasively attacking the tooth. This frequently resulted in damage to the enamel which, in turn, could lead to further dental problems; however, modern teeth whitening procedures are 100% safe and do not cause damage to the tooth’s enamel. Rather than using an abrasive to whiten the teeth, modern methods rely on chemical action and laser light.
What side-effects are associated with the teeth whitening product and laser whitening? Most people do not experience any problems; however, when they do, the most common side-effects include tooth sensitivity and minor irritation of the gums. These temporary effects are generally caused by the initial whitening procedure or a somewhat ill-fitting tray and should pass within a few days. If you’re looking for teeth whitening in London, you can rest assured that all of Sparkly Whites Teeth Whitening Trays are custom made for the client in order to ensure a proper fit and reduce the possibility of gum irritation.
Are there any short or long term dangers associated with teeth whitening? For professional teeth whitening, no, there are no dangers. There is no evidence of risk associated with the use of whitening systems under the direction of a professional. The concentration of oxidizing agents used in professional teeth whitening in central London and all of our other locations has proven to be very safe. While the agents we use are gentle on the sensitive tissues of the mouth, they are powerful enough to be exceedingly effective at providing clients with bright and beautiful smiles. Couple this with the fact that a trained professional is overseeing the process and you can rest comfortably in the knowledge that there is no real short or long term risk associated with the teeth whitening process.