Bleaching

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Whitening with Bleaching Trays


Why Do Teeth Crack


Recurrent Decay Around Restoration

 


Progression of Decay


Composite Versus Amalgam Fillings


Composite Filling Anterior

 


Filling Versus Crown


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Gingivitis


Periodontitis


Scaling Root Planing

 


Single Tooth Loss


Bridge Versus an Implant


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Single Implant Anterior


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Removeable Complete Dentures


Removeable Partial Dentures


Screw-Retained Dentures

 


What is Tooth Wear


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Bleaching and non-bleaching products are the two basic kinds of whitening products available today.

Non-bleaching products normally use abrasives or chemicals and only remove surface stains on teeth.

Bleaching products work with a chemical called peroxide and can brighten your teeth several shades.

Another process employs the use of a special gel that is placed inside a flexible device you wear around your teeth for a certain period of time. After you remove the device, you must use a second bleaching agent, followed by a special light to activate the chemical action.

Mildly stained teeth usually only require one session of bleaching.