Your smile is important. It’s one of the first things someone notices when they meet you. A whiter, ever brighter smile can instantly make you feel better and help to make a memorable impression. Teeth whitening myths are very common and are very much abound. Let’s break some myths today!
Myth 1: Whitening will damage my enamel and make my teeth sensitive
Tooth Truth: Teeth whitening treatments are absolutely safe and do not harm the tooth enamel unless the wrong proportions are used during the treatment. Teeth whitening is a form of dentistry and should only be performed by a dentist, dental hygienist or dental therapist.
Myth 2: I shouldn’t whiten my teeth if I drink things that stain my teeth (coffee/tea/wine)
Tooth Truth: Now stained teeth can ensure best before and after results. Your habits of staining your teeth will not impact your teeth whitening results. Yes, you might need more maintenance to keep your teeth white.
Myth 3: Whitening my teeth will give me a Hollywood smile
Tooth truth: It’s true that most people expect a Hollywood smile after a series of whitening treatments, but in reality, results vary from person to person. Some do get that perfect smile because they have teeth that respond well to the whitening agents used on them. Some people, however, just happen to have teeth that are simply too stubborn to give their owners any favorable result despite multiple treatments.
Myth 4: Whitening is just too expensive for me
Tooth Truth: No it doesn’t have to be. The cost varies from treatments to dentists. At Cros Dental you get many options for your teeth whitening procedures.
Dispel Teeth Whitening Myths and Enjoy a Whiter Smile
Results are subjective, varying considerably from person to person. Many are immediately delighted with their outcome, while others may be disappointed. Before you embark on any whitening treatment, ask your dentist for a realistic idea of the results you are likely to achieve and how long it should take to achieve them. Just shun away the myths and have a great white smile.