We all want Whiter, Brighter Teeth
Poladay is a tooth whitening system designed for custom made trays.
This come in a spearmint flavoured, crystal clear gel that contain a unique blend of soothers, conditioners and water to reduce sensitivity.
The gel is applied to Custom made tray which are similar to a mouthguard. You wear your tray for 30minutes once a day. Whitening in-home treatment usually takes 5 to 14 days.
What causes discolouration?
Discoloured teeth can affect your entire smile and appearance. Discolouration may result from a variety of factors, including;
- Consumption of coffee,
- Tea or red wine,
- Smoking regularly
- Eating highly coloured foods (such as darkly coloured berries or food with dark dyes),
- Part of the ageing process (stains tend to accumulate as we get older) Certain medications and dental hygiene,
- Tooth decay,
- Genetic Factors that occurred as the patients teeth were developing (for example, the use of certain types of antibiotics)
Exactly as it sounds, this procedure is meant to help whiten the colour of your teeth.
This can refresh your entire appearance with a simple, non-invasive treatment.
It’s often ideal to first understand what is causing your discolouration before beginning whitening treatment; if you eliminate certain factors like tooth decay or medication use, then you and your dentist will have a better idea of what will work for you.
How long do the effects of whitening treatment last?
There’s no single answer for every patient; your effects will depend on lifestyle factors, age, genetics and other variables.
However, on average, effects of treatment should last about a year.
Speak with your dentist at John Willshire Dental to understand your circumstances and how much time you may have before needing a top-up.
There are also a number of ways that you can help increase the longevity of your whitening procedure, such as:
Do not smoke.
Try to abstain from beverages like wine, coffee or tea.
Try to avoid anything with darker colours or dyes, like blueberries or heavily-dyed foods.
Visit your dentist for regular cleans.
Maintain an oral hygiene routine.