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How long does it take for the dark teeth treatment?
There are many ways to restore dark teeth such as teeth whitening, and cosmetic porcelain teeth. With many outstanding advantages, highly appreciated by leading experts in the field of dentistry, these measures have brought millions of people with bright white teeth and confident smiles.
Depending on the cause, the degree of darkening of the teeth, and the patient's wishes, the doctor will give the advice to choose the right dental restoration method. The duration of treatment for dark teeth is the same as the treatment results, depending on the situation and location of each person, there is no general rule for treatment results.
The results and methods may vary depending on the individual's condition
How long does it take to treat dark teeth for teeth whitening?
Teeth whitening is currently a cosmetic dental service that many customers love because this method can help discolored teeth become whiter quickly. Teeth whitening time will depend on the degree of staining of each person's teeth.
Teeth whitening with laser whitening technology
Coming to the Laser whitening dentist, you will own bright white teeth after 45-60 minutes of gentle treatment. After bleaching, the color of enamel can last up to 5 years with proper care.
Teeth whitening at home
Teeth whitening at home with bleaching trays cost less than the above method. The dentist will make a whitening tray that is a soft, transparent plastic tray that helps to hold the medicine and prevent saliva from entering the tooth surface during the whitening process.
In addition, the doctor will instruct you on how to apply the medicine to the tray, how to clean it as well as how to handle situations that may occur during the bleaching process. You need to wear the bleaching tray for about 3 hours a day or leave it overnight. And do it continuously for about 7-10 day
How long does it take to treat dark teeth with cosmetic porcelain teeth?
Making single crowns or bridges, we need to visit the dentist from 2 to 5 times depending on the number of porcelain teeth to be made, but the time will be different. For cases where the tooth is chipped, broken, and affects the pulp, causing the tooth to become infected, before the porcelain crown, the patient must go to the dentist 2-4 times to examine and treat the infection completely.
For molars, the treatment time will be longer than those of the incisors group. Therefore, how long it takes to complete a porcelain case depends on the condition of each person's teeth.