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Teeth Whitening

Whitening is the process of removing teeth stains and whitening teeth. For heavily stained teeth, this comparatively simple procedure can significantly improve their appearance to a perfect white.

What are the Different Types of Teeth Whitening?

Most dental offices will offer two types of whitening:

• Laser whitening (V-surgery);
• Professional packages for whitening at home;

Both procedures of teeth whitening are based on a process in which peroxide gel of different potency is used (3% to 30%). The higher the concentration of peroxide in the gel, the more powerful its action is. While gel of higher concentration is more effective in whitening teeth, it also represents a greater risk of causing side effects, such as increased sensitivity and damage to the surrounding tissues and gums.
Porcelain Veneers and Cosmetic Surgery

Veneers are a dental method which has been used for many years for cosmetic makeover and improving your smile. Thus, crooked, stained, damaged and badly worn teeth may turn into a new, white and healthy smile. Veneers are thin shells of porcelain, ceramic or composite material that covers the tooth. They are "cemented" on its front surface. Dentists jokingly compare them to artificial nails, applied by manicurists.
Gum Shaping

Gum shaping is used in those cases where gums cover a bigger part of the teeth (usually the front ones) and make them look too short, which may affect a person's general inclination to smile.

It could be caused by genetic factors, medical circumstances or be the result of prescribed medication for the treatment of high blood pressure and other conditions. Most often a scalpel is used for the procedure of gum shaping. There are cases, however, where laser devices are used to save time. In this way the procedure becomes more painless and bloodless.
Porcelain crowns

Dental crowns are used to restore damaged, cracked or broken teeth. A crown strengthens the ailing tooth to allow it to longer retain its functionality at the same level. The name "crown" is derived from the fact that the crown uses the real existing tooth and stands on it, covering its entire outer surface.
Composite or "White" Fillings

This is the most popular method for filling because the transparency, color and even the structure of the white fillings material resembles natural teeth most closely. It provides better results than the old silver / amalgam fillings.

Zirconia dioxide, stabilized with yttrium, is used more and more often in the dental practice. It forms the "skeleton" of the future restoring structure and pure ceramics are placed on it. It is superior to trivial metal ceramics not only because of its strength, but mostly because of its aesthetics. It is produced in compliance with the so called CAD/CAM technology. These restorations adapt precisely to the formed threshold of the filed teeth and do not irritate or color the gums. Zirconia oxide renders great strength, very great toughness, stability and aesthetics to the manufactured dental structures – crowns, bridges or superstructures when working with implants. Full tissue bio tolerance, superb aesthetics and great strength, allowing the production of large structures, stand out among the many advantages of zirconia.
Dental Bridges for the Replacement of Missing Teeth

Dental bridges are false teeth that are attached to the adjacent ones, and replace one or more of the missing teeth. They can be made of gold, alloy or porcelain.
Dentures for Missing Teeth

Tooth loss can occur for many reasons, including periodontal disease, decay or trauma. For many years tooth implants and fixed bridges have been used to replace them. Dentures may be used as a substitute for one or more teeth, and in modern cosmetic dentistry, they can be made of different materials.
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