White teeth from toothpaste
Many people are wise severe discoloration in the area of the tooth surfaces that are increasingly perceived as ugly and annoying. Since the Aesthetics and good looks in our society tends to have one ever increasing importance takes, these people especially want a bright smile. Not just healthy and Cariesfree but above all beautiful, straight and White teeth seem to be getting more and more important.
Even healthy teeth can make you feel good due to various factors yellow or grayish hue accept. When it comes to the development of tooth discoloration, the certain factors play a role genetic predisposition especially the Consumption of tobacco products, wrong diet and the job an important role. There one professional teeth whitening at the dentist with around 250 to 300 euros is quite expensive, more and more people are switching to special whitening products that can also be used at home. In addition, the Using toothpaste for white teeth increasingly popular with a variety of them.
A special toothpaste for white teeth is usually actually capable of the hue of the teeth visibly brighten. Nevertheless, the user may even use it regularly don't expect miracles.
This fact is due to the fact that the ingredients of a toothpaste for white teeth are either so-called Abrasive particles (abrasion particles) or just around mild chemical whitening compounds acts. The lightening effect of such a toothpaste is primarily based not on the bleaching effect that penetrates into the tooth substance, but rather on the Abrasion of the dirt particles and dyes on the tooth surface. In particular, deposits and brownish-black plaque that result from the frequent consumption of tobacco products, coffee, tea or red wine can be specifically removed in this way. The consequences are Visibly whiter teeththat however Discoloration again after a short time can have.
From users who have a perfect tooth status without carious defects and Enamellesions, with intact gums a toothpaste for white teeth can be used without hesitation. Patients who, however, have extensive lesions in the enamel area, one Inflammation of the gums or even one Recession of the gums should be careful when using toothpaste for white teeth.
The Abrasive particles in commercially available products are indeed very fine and for this reason little harmful, nevertheless, negative influences on the Enamel and above all on diseased gums cannot be excluded.
When buying a toothpaste for white teeth you should therefore focus on the so-called RDA value be respected. Ever higher this value turns out the more erosive and harmful the use of toothpaste can affect the surface of the teeth and gums. An RDA in the range of 30 to 70 can as largely harmless be considered.
In addition to the toothpaste However, other factors also play a decisive role in the question of whether and to what extent dental health is negatively influenced by their use. In general, the application should never immediately after eating or drinking acidic foods or drinks respectively. Also the duration and the intensity of the Brushing your teeth Using a special toothpaste for white teeth has an enormous influence on their abrasive effect. In addition, the user should target a Brushing technique that is gentle on teeth and gums be respected.
Just by choosing an unsuitable one toothbrush and / or an aggressive brushing technique, the teeth can be severely affected and permanently damaged. The additional use of toothpaste for white teeth makes this problem worse. To be on the safe side, choosing a suitable toothbrush should be based on a product for this reason medium bristle thickness fall. It is also important to ensure that the teeth are brushed with low pressure and is carried out particularly carefully.
Which toothpastes for white teeth are there?
Both in the drugstore and on the Internet you can find a lot of different toothpastes for whitening teeth. A consultation with the dentist about the right choice of toothpaste can clarify many questions and protect against tooth-damaging products.
Toothpaste with activated charcoal
Toothpaste with activated charcoal is completely normal toothpaste, which is given a black color due to the added ingredient activated charcoal. The advantage of toothpaste containing activated charcoal is the gentle cleaning of the tooth surfaces. There is no risk of damage to the tooth enamel due to the lack of emery particles. In this way, the black toothpaste can gently remove discoloration and deposits. In addition to incompatibilities, there are no concerns with this toothpaste. The use of this toothpaste is exactly the same as with any other toothpaste. However, discoloration of the gum line can occur. To prevent this, it is very important to rinse your mouth thoroughly with water.
Toothpaste from the USA
Having brilliant white teeth is a common trend in the United States. Options such as whitening tooth adhesive strips or splints for whitening the teeth are offered. In addition, there are many different toothpastes in the USA that are not available on the market in Germany and that can whiten teeth significantly. Many of the pastes available in the USA are not available in Germany because they cause severe damage to teeth. A product that is available in the USA and according to test reports should not damage teeth is the purple-colored Popwhite toothpaste.
White teeth from whitening
The so-called ’bleaching’ at the dentist describes the whitening of teeth through e.g. Substances containing hydrogen peroxide. The teeth can be lightened by 2 to 8 shade levels depending on your wishes and requirements. In general, bleaching works in a similar way to hair bleaching at the hairdresser's. Different techniques can be used depending on the reason for the whitening.
A distinction is made between the so-called walking bleach technique, home bleaching and office bleaching. The first technique is used on teeth that have been treated with root canals. The dentist puts the bleach into the already opened tooth. A few days pass before the desired result is achieved. The tooth is temporarily closed. Home bleaching is carried out using an individually manufactured splint filled with bleach that the patient can wear at home for several applications. The latter technique is performed in the dental office. In general, one should abandon the bleaching sets available in the drugstore. The risk of tooth and soft tissue damage is very high.
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