Teeth discoloration might be caused by a lack of root canal therapy, tooth damage, or dead nerves.Teeth can be made whiter with the aid of bleaching treatments, such as hydrogen or carbamide peroxide, thanks to internal bleaching. You don't need to let a single stained tooth sully your smile or undermine your self-esteem. Let the experts in Smile Hub Dental Clinic help you!
Why Smile Hub Dental Clinic?Being able to smile with confidence depends on having white, healthy teeth. Your smile might be dramatically affected by discoloured teeth. The dentists and dental hygienists in our Dental clinic have a combined experience of doing thousands of whitening procedures to give you a first-rate outcome, whether internal whitening, in-office, at-home whitening, or a combination of them.
Why do your teeth discolour?The existence of decayed portions of the tooth's nerve is typically the source of a discoloration in non-vital teeth. Numerous tiny dentine canals surround the major tooth nerve. Small blood particles from the defunct tooth nerve build up in these canals when a tooth nerve dies, leaving a non-vital tooth. This can cause the tooth to become discoloured from the inside out, which affects your smile. 10% of patients are dissatisfied with the way their root-filled tooth looks even after receiving root canal therapy.
How does internal teeth whiten work?Parts of the root filling material that plug the canals are removed if the first consultation determined that the aforementioned requirements are met or if all endodontic and periodontal treatments have been completed satisfactorily. The next step is to seal the crown of the root canal procedure using an adhesive composite filling. Hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide is used to fill the residual space. Then the cavity is sealed. You will need to return to our dentist office a week later so we can evaluate the bleaching results. The whitening procedure will need to be repeated if the treated tooth is still black. According to our experience, three bleaching treatments are typically necessary. After achieving the appropriate colour, the bleaching reaction is neutralised, and the tooth is sealed with a composite filling or a dental repair, such as a partial crown or a veneer. This finish is based on the amount of tooth material lost and the likelihood that the treated tooth will crack. The outcome will last for a very long time.
Step by Step information on treatment- First-time dental examinations, radiographs, and gum-charting
- Choosing an appropriate treatment
- Re-treatment of the root canal procedure and oral hygiene, if necessary
- Photo editing, shadow analysis, and grin evaluation
- If necessary, creating a whitening tray and capturing imprints
- The material at the top of the root canal is removed.
- Putting an adhesive filler on the top of the root canal to seal it
- Putting the tooth's inside cavity with the whitening chemical
- Put a temporary composite filling on the tooth to seal it.
- Wait a week before checking the discoloration again.
- Repeat the bleaching process until the desired whitening effect is achieved.
- Finish the bleaching process by placing a tight filling in the tooth cavity.