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What causes Tooth Discoloration?
There are many causes. The most common include aging, consumption of staining substances (coffee, teas, colas, tobacco), trauma, tetracycline (antibiotic) staining, excessive fluoride, and nerve degeneration.
Who may benefit from Tooth Whitening?
Almost anyone. However there are some cases where the treatment may not be effective. A dentist will determine a viable candidate for the process through a thorough oral examination and diagnosis. Tooth-lightening is ideal for patients who have healthy, unrestored teeth and would like to have a whiter, brighter smile.
Can I bleach while I'm Pregnant or Lactating?
To date, there has been no testing done on the effects of using a professional tooth-whitening system during pregnancy. Therefore, we do not recommend that you use Nite White® if you are pregnant or lactating.
Why are my Teeth NOT Whitening evenly?
Sometimes the biting edges and the sides of the teeth whiten more quickly than the rest of the teeth. This occurs because your enamel is thicker in these areas and responds faster to the whitening process. As you continue to use Nite White® the rest of your teeth will catch up and the color will blend in. The gum half of the tooth will in nearly all cases be slightly darker than the biting half but will have a smooth transition in color.
Is the Process Safe?
Yes! research and clinical studies indicate that whitening teeth with carbamide peroxide and/or hydrogen peroxide under the supervision of a dentist is safe for teeth and gums. In fact, many dentists consider this whitening process the safest cosmetic procedure available today.
NEW ACP FORMULA CLINICALLY SHOWN TO REDUCE SENSITIVITY AND FADEBACK, ADD LUSTER
- Reduce transient sensitivity
- Reduce fadeback
- Increase enamel smoothness and gloss
Unlike traditional desensitizers, Nite White ACP’s patented Amorphous Calcium Phosphate technology3 rapidly precipitates calcium phosphate crystals on the surface of and also inside dental tubules to substantially reduce transient sensitivity. Enamel is almost entirely composed of calcium phosphate minerals. Nite White ACP’s patented Amorphous Calcium Phosphate chemistry naturally bonds with the tooth surface, filling microscopic tooth defects and improving the overall smoothness and luster of patients’ smiles. Additionally, clinical testing shows that patients experience less fadeback after 6 months with Nite White ACP.
Contact us today for and appointment and get started towards a smile you have always deserved.