The History of Dentistry

The History of Dentistry

Four Reasons to Get Laser Teeth Whitening

Regina Carlson

When you speak to your dentist about professional teeth whitening, you will be given two options: laser whitening or tray whitening. Laser teeth whitening is a highly effective form of whitening your teeth with many different benefits. Here are some reasons to choose this form of teeth whitening.

You Will Improve Your Confidence

If you have severe discolouring of your teeth, you might find it hard to smile. This can affect more in your life than you might imagine. It can affect your personal friendships and relationships, keeping you from finding that special someone or even from meeting new people to become fiends. You may find it difficult socializing in college, being friendly in public, or attending special events with your family. It is also not uncommon to be shy during job interviews, keeping you from getting the job you love. Just having your teeth whitened with an effective procedure like laser whitening makes a big difference in your life.

The Procedure Is Quick and Easy

While your dentist can also provide tray whitening in the office, laser whitening is a much faster procedure. You can be in an out in an hour or less in most cases. For the procedure, you need to begin with clean teeth, so getting it shortly after a regular check-up is ideal. The dentist will apply a whitening gel to your teeth, then shine a high-intensity lamp on the teeth, which activates the gel, letting it bleach your teeth. This is repeated multiple times or until you are happy with the results. You will see the results immediately, as opposed to tray whitening that takes time getting the trays made, then even more time using them.

There Are Few Side Effects

Laser teeth whitening also doesn't have many side effects like many people assume. As long as you are in good oral health, you will not have a lot of pain or bad side effects. However, it is still good to have your dentist examine your teeth and gums before the procedure. If you have bad tooth decay, it could be more sensitive on your teeth. Major dental work should be completed before you think about getting professional whitening performed.

You Will Take Good Care of Your Teeth

A benefit many people don't think about is the fact that you will likely be more encouraged to take good care of your teeth. You will be so happy and confident with your new smile, it will give you a good reason to treat your teeth with care. This means brushing and flossing regularly, and making sure you avoid certain foods or drinks that tend to stain the teeth. For more information, talk to a professional like Hopkins Street Dental.


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The History of Dentistry

Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved stories about the past. Whether the stories were about horses, wars, exploration or even dentistry, I loved to hear them. I find that knowing the history of something helps it to make sense and feel approachable. I know that some people have dental anxiety, and I too have suffered, but I also feel like the more you know about dental work and its history, the easier it is. This blog is dedicated to exploring the history of dentistry – What did ancient people use for fillings? How did early dentists numb their patients? Who was the first dentist? Those are just some of the questions I plan to answer here. Ready? Okay, let's dive into the history of dentistry together!