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Proper Handling Care for Sensitive Teeth following Dental Procedure

Proper Handling Care for Sensitive Teeth following Dental Procedure

  Teeth Whitening is dental procedure which performed by a dentist.  It is a whitening process that transport teeth shade to a lighter and brighter, so a patient may enjoy a more attractive smile. Whichever method a patient opts to take, the process that carries out the effect is the same. The teeth whitening procedure relies on the whitening agent. At first the pores of the teeth open, and the whitening agent penetrates into the tissues working its way into the teeth so that teeth shade and color may be made lighter, brighter and definitely attractive. The pores of the teeth open to allow the whitening agent to penetrate into the tissues. Unfortunately, this also makes the tooth more sensitive. The pores are open so the teeth are more open, thus explaining the pain and discomfort related to teeth whitening procedures. This often discourages patients from going for the procedure but know that there are some effective ways to deal with the experience: – Take analgesics: The most basic solution for teeth sensitivity is to take a pain killer. Pain killers come in varying strengths and any teeth sensitivity you are experiencing may be resolved by dosing with an appropriate pain killer. Ask your dentist about a good pain killer to take, but mostly the best pain killer is one that you are used to and is effective, based from your own experience. – Apply tooth mousse: Tooth mousse is another important topical solution that may be applied to the teeth to help deal with teeth whitening. The mousse is colored white, so it is safe for application and...
Different Orthodontic Treatment

Different Orthodontic Treatment

  Many adults desire to straighten their teeth but don’t want to wear traditional metal braces. That is understandable, since most people associate these types of braces with children and teenagers. Perhaps you are researching alternatives and are not certain how Invisalign works. If you have curved or crowded teeth, Dr. Bhavin Changela would be happy to evaluate you to see if you’re a good candidate for this alternative orthodontic therapy.   What to Expect with Invisalign Treatment Invisalign is the name of the company that developed a treatment to move crooked or crowded teeth into position without typical braces. It involves wearing a clear plastic aligner that you switch approximately once every two weeks for a new one. At beginning of your treatment, Dr. Changela takes several impressions of your top and bottom rows of teeth and sends them to our dental laboratory. Our technicians create customized trays for the entire course of your treatment. The total treatment time averages 18 months, compared to 24 months with traditional metal braces. You should wear your Invisalign trays for 22 to 23 hours per day to achieve the desired results. Dr. Changela recommends that you only remove them to eat, brush your teeth, and clean the retainers. You should also schedule an appointment every six weeks at the office of Dr. Bhavin Changlea. This gives him the opportunity to monitor your progress and to make adjustments if necessary. Thanks to the clear plastic trays, no one else has to know that you’re undergoing orthodontic treatment.   Invisalign is More Affordable Than You Think Since treatment with Invisalign is not purely...