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Whitening Your Teeth
If you want your teeth to become whiten, there are ways to do it. That is called dental bleaching. Dental bleaching, also known as tooth whitening, is a chemical process of applying oxidizing agents to the tooth surface that penetrate the enamel and dentin and break down stain deposits, resulting in alterations in the tooth color. There are many methods for bleaching teeth, including in-office bleaching, at-home bleaching, and over the counter remedies. Before initiating any bleaching procedure, you should have your dentist take a thorough dental history and evaluate your teeth and gums. Bleaching is most effective for yellow discolored teeth and is not recommended if teeth have decay or the gums are infected. Also, because bleaching is not effective on tooth-colored restorations, any fillings you have may require replacement to match the new brighter shade. Bleaching may require periodic touch-up applications.