Teeth Whitening by Laser Bleaching
Don't you like the idea of beautiful pearly white teeth? Teeth whitening is the most common request dental patients have, while visiting dentist. Whitening is defined as any process that can make teeth appear whiter, and most of whitening is accomplished through a product that causes an intrinsic change to the tooth enamel, rather than surface stain removal.
The Laser Bleaching Teeth Whitening method is a new procedure that is trending in the Dental field now. In this process your teeth are covered in a condensed bleaching gel and once the gel has been applied on the teeth, a laser is used to heat up the peroxide. It heats up the oxygen in the peroxide paste to speed up the breakdown of the discoloration and accelerate the bleaching process.
The laser treatment requires less application compared to other treatments. Most laser whitenings can be completed in two to four sittings. The Laser whitening treatment method is necessarily done under the supervsion of experienced Dentists to minimize the complications of tooth sensitivity and other such side effect of traditional bleaching trays. Dentists use various tools to minimize the effects of the laser treatment.
Why to choose Laser Whitening?
- Laser Whitening can be completed in just two to four treatments.
- Each session takes only 15 to 60 minutes.
- Laser whitening provide immediate results which is more dramatic than they are typically with bleaching trays.
- No need to worry, if your teeth are sensitive to the use of lasers, the treatments are performed under medical supervision to minimize any potential negative reactions or discomfort.