A - Dental stain removal done professionally by our resident dentist is highly effective. The length of time your teeth stay stain-free depends on the state of your teeth and gums, your overall health, the level of staining you have, the type of stain removal treatment provided, and also how you reduce staining re-occurrence through good oral hygiene and life-style.
A - Besides the various stain removal options discussed, there are also different types of veneers such as Cerinate Lumineers or crowns. For natural remedy, some people regularly rinse their mouths with warm salt water after eating and apply lemon juice as a natural bleaching agent to their teeth. However, not all teeth staining conditions can be treated with natural remedies, so it is best to ask our resident dentist about dental stain removal and alternative therapies.
A - How regularly you need to see the dentist for stain removal depends on the condition of your teeth and the type of stains. Stained teeth can be superficial, deep embedded or developmental. Superficial stains are on the surface of the teeth and can be removed with whitening toothpaste, and dental scaling and polishing. Deep embedded stains are in the structure of the tooth such as caused by tobacco and need to be removed by a dentist through peroxide teeth-whitening treatment. If deep structure tooth stains are due to genetics or antibiotics, then veneers, Cerinate Lumineers or Enlighten treatment may need to be considered. Our resident dentist will discuss your teeth stains with you, what treatment will be most appropriate for your needs, and how frequently you will need to be seen.
A - Our resident dentist will provide you with guidance about dental stain removal and will also book an appointment to remove discolouration from your teeth through appropriate stain removal procedures.
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