When a tooth ache or teeth trouble arrives, it surely takes all your attention and efforts throughout the day in finding a cure. Many people today, suffer from the problem of untidy, dirty teeth, making them look ugly and difficult to laugh in front of others.
However, the field of dentistry has got various teeth whitening services that can help you get your shine back. The best dentists in UAE perform effective as well as swift therapies that prove to be exceptionally effective in the long run.
Out of the many different therapies, the most common ones are Veneers and Teeth whitening.
Having yellow or off- white teeth really overshadows your personality. But with the effective cosmetic dentistry lets you bid a farewell to those ugly looking teeth.
The process of teeth whitening also known as teeth lightening can be broadly divided into two categories i.e. home treatment and clinical treatment.
There are many methods to try at home in order to whiten your teeth. These include using bleaching pen, bleaching strips, laser bleaching, bleaching gel or natural bleaching. The procedure of home whitening is done through the use of bleaching gel, applied to the tooth using guard trays.
Besides this, all other methods are best performed in the clinics by a professional dentist only. This is because the dentists are skilled in their profession ensuring to make your teeth sparkling white.
Another effective procedure is that of applying Veneers or the Porcelain Veneers. A veneer is a thin layer of restorative material kept on the surface of the tooth in order to protect a damaged tooth surface or to improve the aesthetics of the tooth.
Two major types of material are utilized in fabricating veneers in Dubai, which are composite as well as dental porcelain.
Composite veneers are placed either directly or indirectly by a dental technician within a lab or clinic and bounded later to the tooth by applying resin cement known as Panavia. Porcelain veneers, on the other hand are fabricated only indirectly.
Traditionally, there only existed a single way to correct dental imperfections, and that was to cover the damaged tooth with a crown. But now there are a number of options available like composite resin bonding, porcelain veneers, orthodontics etc.