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Teeth Whitening

How To Whiten Teeth That Are Sensitive?

Are you looking out to brighten your smile? Then Teeth Whitening is the best option. But are you afraid of the sensitivity that already persists in your teeth? Then, read on to know how to whiten teeth that are sensitive?

You can safely fight discolouration as long as you see your dentist before starting any whitening treatment, even if you have sensitive teeth. Your dentist can let you know which options are ideal for you. 

Is Teeth Whitening for Sensitive Teeth Possible?

Teeth Sensitivity | Rouse Hill Smiles Dental Care

People with gum diseases are generally told to avoid teeth whitening by dentists and in general, they are also a little hesitant to recommend whitening treatments for those sensitive to whitening. Well, it is not that you are entirely forbidden from teeth whitening, you can get it done, but after you get your gums treated and healed entirely. 

The same is the case if you have cavities. You are not stopped from teeth whitening, but since cavities would have made your teeth already sensitive, the whitening will add on to it, further harming your teeth extensively. So it is recommended to get your teeth treated first for cavities and then go for teeth whitening. 

Why do whitening products make tooth sensitivity worse?

Generally, the tooth whitening products affect the peroxides on your enamel and dentin. Although the stains on the teeth are bleached away with a peroxide product it also causes slight demineralization which makes your teeth more porous. 

The dentinal tubules known as microtubules that are well within the teeth are also exposed due to teeth whitening products leading to the nerves of your tooth as the channel from the surface of the tooth to the centre of the tooth where they connect get totally exposed.

This aggravates the sensations on your teeth causing feelings of tooth pain and sensitivity as demineralization takes place.

Teeth Sensitivity | Rouse Hill Smiles Dental Care

Are You Interested in Teeth Whitening and are worried About Sensitivity? We’re Here to Help!

At Rouse Hill Smiles Dental Care the experienced and expert dentists can ensure that using the latest techniques and amazingly tested products you get a whiter smile without overly sensitive teeth. The dentists will whiten your smile while minimizing potential side effects, ensuring you feel great about how you look. 

Don’t wait. Contact us for the best teeth whitening treatment.