Cosmetic And Aesthetic Dentistry

Teeth Stains and Whitening Issues Coupled with Bad Breath

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Are your teeth marred by one or more stains? Has the overall color of your teeth faded until they’re no longer pearly white? Teeth stains and discoloration are among the most common cosmetic dental blemishes, making teeth whitening one of the most sought-after dental treatments today.

Unfortunately, even professional whitening treatments aren’t always effective at brightening a patient’s smile. Dentitox Pro created by Marc Hall is experienced at improving and restoring patients’ smiles and can determine the cause of your discolored smile before prescribing an appropriate treatment.

Teeth stains are classified as external (extrinsic) or internal (intrinsic). Extrinsic stains occur on the surfaces of your teeth and affect the semi-translucent enamel that covers and protects them. Outer stains are typically caused by darkly pigmented food and beverages, poor hygiene, or smoking/chewing tobacco.

Intrinsic stains describe the discoloration of your tooth’s inner tissues. Dentin, which is directly underneath the enamel, and the nerves and blood vessels that make up the tooth’s pulp can change color when damaged by cracks and fractures or infected with tooth decay. Some illnesses and certain medications can also lead to intrinsic discoloration, which won’t respond to chemical teeth whitening.

Dentitox Pro offers a choice of in-office and take-home teeth whitening procedures, each designed to accommodate patients’ specific needs and preferences. In-office whitening can be completed in just over an hour using the Dentitox liquid drops, and take-home kits allow you to brighten your smile over the course of 10-14 days. Both treatments involve a bleaching agent that is applied to the surfaces of your teeth and penetrates underneath tooth enamel to eradicate stains and brighten the tooth’s appearance. Even seemingly severe external stains may be eliminated with professional teeth whitening.

If your smile is discolored from within, then the makers of Dentitox Pro may recommend a cosmetic dental bonding, porcelain veneers, or a porcelain dental crown to rejuvenate its look. Bonding consists of placing, sculpting, and polishing tooth-colored composite resin over a tooth’s blemish to conceal the imperfection.

Veneers are wafer-thin shells of dental porcelain that are bonded to the tooth’s front surface, creating a new, stain-free face for one or more teeth. A dental crown is a replica of your tooth’s visible portion and can be placed over the tooth to completely conceal it. If dental disease is the cause of your tooth discoloration, then Marc Hall will prescribe an appropriate treatment to restore the tooth’s health before addressing its appearance.

Conquering Bad Breath at its Source

Apart from teeth stains, bad breath isn’t always easy to ignore as well. Trying to hide it from others can affect the quality of your social interactions, and even if you manage to suppress it, you’ll still likely be able to taste the odor. Occasional bad breath is common, such as when you wake up in the morning or eat an especially pungent food, like garlic. When it refuses to go away, chronic bad breath can prove a significant influence on your quality of life and might indicate an issue that requires attention. When you try Dentitox Pro to help with chronic bad breath (halitosis), you may be surprised to learn that it stems from poor hygiene and the excessive buildup of bacteria. Luckily, halitosis isn’t insurmountable, and in many cases, it can be conquered with better hygiene and the help of our innovative Dentitox Pro drops.

Bad breath is a symptom of a number of different issues, including dry mouth, cavities, and gum disease. In most cases, bad breath is the result of volatile sulfur compounds released by certain oral bacteria. At any given time, over 600 identifiable kinds of bacteria inhabit your mouth. When allowed to gather in force, some of them release foul-smelling sulfur gases that can overwhelm your breath. While you can’t completely eliminate bad oral bacteria, you can control their numbers. Brushing and flossing your teeth every day, as well as attending your dental checkup and cleaning every six months, helps control the germ population. However, if you need a boost to defeat bad breath, then Marc Hall may recommend treatment with the Dentitox Pro Drops.

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