Is Teeth Whitening Safe in General?
It's very important to have the whole process managed by a competent professional because before you whiten than teeth, you have to make sure that everything's healthy.
Is whitening safe? Yeah, it is, but the whole whitening process has been around for many, many decades so the dental industry is very, very experienced in managing the whitening of teeth.
The compounds we use, they're tried, tested, and proven, and if it's used carefully by trained practitioners that know what they're doing, the likelihood of and adverse consequences are close to zero.
Dangers exist when people start doing DIY. Also a lot of the compounds available, the DIY, bleaching, they're not that effective, and little reasons why they can fail.
It's very important to have the whole process managed by a competent professional because before you whiten the teeth, you have to make sure everything's healthy, for the healthy gums, healthy teeth.
And they need to have a thorough cleaning done first because the whitening compounds are not gonna penetrate, through a lot of plaque and deposits and stains on your teeth. Whitening does not get rid of the stains.
You have to have the cleaning process first to get rid of the stains, then the whitening agents have got really good access to the teeth, and they get the most even, the beautiful result for you, so you end up with a really, spectacular smile, that you're, deliriously happy about.