Colin_bridget 2015-11-23 08:17:54
This is my first time posting to this group, I’ve enjoyed reading
it for the past month or two. I recently went to a cosmetic dentist
in search of a solution to whiten my teeth and get rid of a
brown/orange stain on a front tooth. The dentist told me that I
should do whitening and then microabrasion to take that one stain off.
The whitening should take about a week to two weeks.
My question comes down to this, after I whiten my teeth with the
take home system, I want to know if I can get the microabrasion done
immediately. The dark staining will look even worse if the rest of my
teeth are whiter, and I have read on the net that it take up to 3
weeks for the teeth to settle at one color after whitening, is this
true? How soon could I get the microabrasion after the whitening
Joel m. eichen 2015-11-23 08:18:20
Depending o nthe size of the brown stain, it may be necessary to drill
it off and then bulk the tooth back up with direct composite bonding
On 4 Jul 2003 12:30:25 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Colin)
Joel M. Eichen, D.D.S.
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Mseagan 2015-11-28 03:19:30
Can they do this to the surface of a tooth that has turned color due to root
canal? I have always wondered why there is no kind of permanent paint that
can be placed on a tooth surface.
Krzysztof pola 2015-11-30 14:22:09
right but dont use home bleaching systems this is piece of..,whitening
strips are un effective,brite smile could be ok (price is high),night white
and similar are ok too.
remember as % of bleaching material is lower as effect last longer
bleaching should be done after scaling,polishing
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