Teeth whitening  : 

Professional teeth whitening treatments are one of the most popular treatments for maintaining that stunning, naturally white smile we all crave. You may find that your teeth are discolored over time and no longer have the youthful luster they once had. These stains are caused by foods such as tea, coffee or soy and can spread deep into the tooth. our clinic gives various tooth whitening techniques to give patients whiter, healthier, happier smiles.

How long teeth whitening last : 

Teeth whitening effects can last up to three years if you avoid smoking and consuming colored foods or drinks that can stain your teeth. In general, it is recommended to repeat the process as often as needed, depending on your lifestyle.

Keep your teeth white after the whitening : 

During the first two weeks of your whitening treatment, avoid anything that might stain your teeth . Examples include tea, coffee, red wine or ketchup. If possible, choose clear liquids over dark liquids, rinse your mouth with water after meals, and drink from a straw.

Deep cleaning : 

Cleaning your teeth can help you prevent bad breath and gum disease. Brushing and flossing are essential. You should also see your dentist twice a year for regular dental checkups. Your dentist may recommend a deep cleaning of your teeth if there are signs of bleeding, receding gums, and missing teeth. Gingivitis, or gum infection, can be caused by a buildup of plaque, or tartar. If left untreated, gingivitis can lead to periodontitis. This is a serious infection that can cause the bone that protects the teeth to break down. Deep cleaning treatments can help remove plaque and tartar from teeth, reduce gum irritation, and improve gum health. You must know the importance of cleaning your teeth thoroughly.

Root canal treatment : 

If patients notice changes in their teeth, such as responses to heat and cold stimuli, this may indicate that they need root canal treatment. Sensitive teeth warn that toxic bacteria are invading the jaw nerve and need to be removed. If left untreated, the bacteria and decaying tissue can cause a serious infection that can lead to pulp death, bone loss and, in some cases, tooth loss. Swelling of the face and neck, tooth decay, toothache or pain, swollen gums, and temperature sensitivity are also possible signs and symptoms.

There are many reasons for toothache, but if you do have a toothache, think about how to get rid of it! Toothache can make life extremely difficult. Some serious problems may not be visible to the naked eye, but you may experience a mild toothache. Your roots, like your teeth, need a thorough inspection.

Wisdom teeth : 

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last teeth to erupt. You usually get them in your teens or early twenties. However, rashes are also common in later adulthood. If they erupt smoothly and uninterruptedly, they can prove to be assets. The problem with third molars, however, is that if they don’t erupt properly or become misaligned, they must be extracted. If they are misaligned, adjacent teeth may be damaged.

Gummy smile reduction : 

Gum reshaping, also known as a “gingivectomy,” allows our cosmetic dentists to reshape the margins of the gum line. Depending on the level and overall symmetry of the gum tissue, this may include general gum lifting or just recontouring of specific teeth.

Gum reshaping is subtle but can have dramatic effects on your overall smile. Typically, we can use laser technology to provide same-day results and minimal recovery time

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