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Jun 22, 2008
The nerve can also die as we grow old, which makes the teeth, as a whole become yellow. So how does bleaching come in? let me cite you the process before: "It was discovered about 100 years ago that these teeth could be lightened up substantially by temporarily sealing up a cotton pellet soaked with oxalic acid inside the access hole in the crown of the root canal treated tooth. The cotton pellet was removed after several days and the access was sealed with a filling. Hydrogen peroxide may have been used to lighten teeth as early as 1884. In 1917, the process was speeded up using hydrogen peroxide and a heat lamp." This procedure is still done in some clinics in the world.

The nerve of the tooth is what keeps it alive. But in time, it will excrete extra proteins/nutrients to the dentin, which may make the already yellow layer, darker and will be noticeable to people because of your white-translucent enamel. So, as much as you can clean your enamel, it still is not enough given that it is translucent in a way, and the problem is really within. As you get older, it will be inevitable that your teeth will be noticeably yellower by the decade. And the most probable solution to this is to bleach it. Read on to the further articles

How can bleaching be effective? Let's look first at the tooth in general. The tooth has 3 layers or parts. First is the Enamel, which is the external layer of the tooth, and what we see when a person smiles. The natural color is white and sometimes is translucent. The second layer is the Dentin, which is porous in structure and its normal color is yellow. This maybe a diagnosis to your teeth problem, but let's look at the other layer: the center of your tooth and what makes it alive, the nerve. I will be discussing this in the next entry.

Have you ever tried everything in your home remedy book to whiten you teeth but to still avail, your teeth are still yellowish? Maybe you're not targeting the right parts. In coffee stains, tea stains and what-nots, brushing can do something about retaining those pearly whites. But the problem here is that the color of your teeth is not something based on what you eat, or what you intake. Maybe the problem is not on the outer layer, but something that is within the teeth itself. So the best solution for this is to go to your family general dentist and ask for a bleaching session.

When you have your dental braces, you don't only experience minor soreness, but it also requires one to exert more effort in cleaning your teeth. The usual way of brushing your teeth is not enough. There are instances wherein bits of food particles get stuck in between the wires and brackets. Constant brushing and flossing is a must.

We are lucky because we now have specially designed dental devices available in the market that can help us clean our teeth effectively. These are called Braces Kits. It is a small pouch where everything you need is already in there. You can practically bring it everywhere you go even if you are in a hurry.

Bleaching has always been feared that it is an unsafe procedure. But 20 years ago, "it was discovered that a 10-percent carbamide peroxide solution could be applied to the teeth safely without fear of burning or otherwise damaging the mouth, or poisoning the patient." And there are a lot of doctors in the status quo, (8 of 10) use bleaching as an aesthetic procedure to get those pearly whites. And according to the American Dental Association, it is actually safe, and according to their statement on the matter, "Mild thermal sensitivity [sensitivity to cold] is a common side effect associated with most in-office and dentist-prescribed home bleaching methods. However, no long term irreversible tissue effects have been demonstrated in relevant clinical studies."
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