Are you not sure where to leave your pets when you are going abroad for teeth whitening? We have you covered. Archer Road Pet Resort welcomes your pets as you are getting your teeth whitened in a foreign country. But first lets talk about teeth whitening itself.
A white smile gives the impression of a successful person, while making you feel confident and at ease. That’s why, both in our country and abroad in Europe, more and more people are seeking regular teeth whitening.
Periodonta clinic offers a range of services such as treatment, restoration and implantation of incisors, canines, molars and premolars. Special attention is given to cosmetic dentistry. Are you interested in teeth whitening abroad? Take a look at the methods used by our specialists.
During teeth whitening, it is important not only to achieve a good result, but also to preserve its integrity and not to damage the natural surface.
Doctors around the world usually use two methods for the procedure:
The first is whitening mouthpiece systems. In this case, custom-made mouthguards are made from impressions of the jaw. They are filled with whitening gels and put in place every day before going to bed. For best results, the procedure is usually repeated for one to two weeks.
The second method involves operation on the teeth in a dentist’s office. A whitening paste is applied to the tooth enamel. The treatment area is illuminated by a special lamp for about an hour, which lightens the enamel by 5 shades, and the final color is retained for several years.
What to eat after teeth whitening:
Skip colored foods:
The first 48 hours after your teeth-whitening process is vital for your teeth. They are at their most vulnerable position to flaws made by mistakes during this time. Avoid smoking or eating dark colored food if you want the greatest results and to keep your teeth white for a longer period of time. Wine, tea, coffee, cherries, chocolate, beets, many sorts of berries, and dark sauces are an example of things to stay away from.
Avoid acidic food:
You should stay away from soda, pickles, lemons, pickles, limes, and other foods and beverages that contain acids as part of your aftercare diet. The teeth whitening procedure weakens and opens the tubules, or holes, in the tooth enamel, which may lead to acidic food leaving lasting damage on your teeth.
What to Eat:
Consuming the correct food as part of aftercare can help you keep your teeth whitening treatment healthy. Some foods assist in cleaning and brushing your teeth while you eat, keeping them white. These meals often feature crunchy vegetables or fruits, such as apples, celery, carrots, and green beans.
They increase salivation and saliva flow. Increased saliva helps neutralize acids and clean teeth. Crisp veggies can get rid of spills before they leave long lasting stains on teeth. If the fruit or vegetable is dark in color, wash your mouth out with water right once to prevent tooth stains from the pigments.
You should consume more dairy products and meals high in calcium in addition to fruits and vegetables. Your teeth will stay strong and resist decay thanks to the vitamins and minerals in these meals.