Whitening or Hygiene?

A Dazzling Smile for a Child: Whitening or Professional Hygiene?

Over the past few years, the teeth whitening procedure has become very popular. Often even younger schoolchildren ask their parents to "whiten their teeth." The reason for this is very simple: a person of any age wants to be beautiful and have a snow-white smile. Now there are many ways that make this possible.

Why do our teeth get dark?

The most common reason is the staining of dental plaque affected by coloring drinks (tea, coffee, coca-cola) and other products. Every dentist knows that colorants permanently affect the tissues of teeth and the smile gradually loses its natural white look. Especially unfavourable is the combination of hot and cold drinks at the same time, as a result of temperature fluctuations, the teeth expand and contract again, allowing penetration of the coloring agents inside.
A common cause of discoloration of tooth enamel is traumatic damage to the teeth (partial dislocation of the tooth, tooth contusion, fracture of the crown and tooth root.) In addition, there are non-carious diseases in which the teeth erupt with altered transparency and enamel color (eg, endemic fluorosis, systemic hypoplasia hard dental tissues, imperfect amelogenesis, etc.) There are also hereditary defects in the formation of teeth, in which the development of enamel and dentin suffers and the color of teeth changes significantly.
Color of children’s teeth
When a child is healthy, the color of teeth is clear and white. Any deviation from the norm indicates the presence of various diseases - caries, mineralization, etc.
Milk teeth are laid already from the sixth week of pregnancy, and at birth, they are already fully formed. Taking certain medications during pregnancy, in particular, tetracycline-based antibiotics, can lead to the child's teeth becoming dark. This is due to the influence of the tetracycline compound with calcium on the mineralization of the tissues. Therefore, during pregnancy, you should always consult a dentist about taking various medications.

How to preserve the beauty and health of children’s teeth?

Let's start with the simplest and most accessible method. First of all, it is necessary to remove the dental deposits (e.g., dental plaque or calculus). In other words, brush teeth properly. Plaque not only makes the teeth dirty, it destroys the teeth, "attacking" the microorganisms contained in it in huge quantities! Dental plaque causes demineralization of enamel, destruction of hard tissues of teeth, bleeding gums. In addition, poor nutrition, poor overall health and hormonal changes increase the risk of caries and gingivitis.
At what age can you start to whiten your teeth?

If you ask a dentist, he will tell you that teeth whitening for children is allowed no earlier than 16 years. In addition, usually children up to this age have no plaque on the teeth.

What kind of preparation is needed before whitening?

Before the procedure, it is very important to undergo an examination with a dentist who can identify diseases and contraindications to whitening. If necessary https://www.smile-by-design.ca/ Smile-by-design dentist prescribes treatment of diseases of teeth and gums. Also, before the procedure, professional cleaning, fluoridation and polishing of teeth is carried out.

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A Dazzling Smile for a Child: Whitening or Professional Hygiene?

Over the past few years, the teeth whitening procedure has become very popular. Often even younger schoolchildren ask their parents to "whiten their teeth." The reason for this is very simple: a person of any age wants to be beautiful and have a snow-white smile. Now there are many ways that make this possible.

Why do our teeth get dark?

The most common reason is the staining of dental plaque affected by coloring drinks (tea, coffee, coca-cola) and other products. Every dentist knows that colorants permanently affect the tissues of teeth and the smile gradually loses its natural white look. Especially unfavourable is the combination of hot and cold drinks at the same time, as a result of temperature fluctuations, the teeth expand and contract again, allowing penetration of the coloring agents inside.
A common cause of discoloration of tooth enamel is traumatic damage to the teeth (partial dislocation of the tooth, tooth contusion, fracture of the crown and tooth root.) In addition, there are non-carious diseases in which the teeth erupt with altered transparency and enamel color (eg, endemic fluorosis, systemic hypoplasia hard dental tissues, imperfect amelogenesis, etc.) There are also hereditary defects in the formation of teeth, in which the development of enamel and dentin suffers and the color of teeth changes significantly.
Color of children’s teeth
When a child is healthy, the color of teeth is clear and white. Any deviation from the norm indicates the presence of various diseases - caries, mineralization, etc.
Milk teeth are laid already from the sixth week of pregnancy, and at birth, they are already fully formed. Taking certain medications during pregnancy, in particular, tetracycline-based antibiotics, can lead to the child's teeth becoming dark. This is due to the influence of the tetracycline compound with calcium on the mineralization of the tissues. Therefore, during pregnancy, you should always consult a dentist about taking various medications.

How to preserve the beauty and health of children’s teeth?

Let's start with the simplest and most accessible method. First of all, it is necessary to remove the dental deposits (e.g., dental plaque or calculus). In other words, brush teeth properly. Plaque not only makes the teeth dirty, it destroys the teeth, "attacking" the microorganisms contained in it in huge quantities! Dental plaque causes demineralization of enamel, destruction of hard tissues of teeth, bleeding gums. In addition, poor nutrition, poor overall health and hormonal changes increase the risk of caries and gingivitis.
At what age can you start to whiten your teeth?

If you ask a dentist, he will tell you that teeth whitening for children is allowed no earlier than 16 years. In addition, usually children up to this age have no plaque on the teeth.

What kind of preparation is needed before whitening?

Before the procedure, it is very important to undergo an examination with a dentist who can identify diseases and contraindications to whitening. If necessary https://www.smile-by-design.ca/ Smile-by-design dentist prescribes treatment of diseases of teeth and gums. Also, before the procedure, professional cleaning, fluoridation and polishing of teeth is carried out.


 
 

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