We call our revolutionary procedure gum pinkening since that’s what we’re doing to the gums: pinkening them. If you look up the word pinkening in the dictionary, you won’t find a definition. So we created one on our site, along with many others, in order to help people who are considering gum pinkening and need more information than what can be found on Wikipedia or Google Scholar. What is gum pinkening? How does it differ from teeth whitening? Is it dangerous? How do I get started?
The Difference Between White Teeth And Pink Teeth:
White teeth are traditionally seen as more attractive and healthy than pink teeth. This is because as we age, our gums recede and leave our teeth exposed to air. As a result, many people have stained teeth that they want to cover up with whitening toothpaste or other products. But what if you didn’t need to cover them up? What if you could have both white teeth and pink gums? That’s the goal of gum pinkening.
The Future Of Gum Whitening:
We’ve all been there. Staring at the mirror, trying to convince ourselves that our teeth are white enough. One in a million people will have the perfect set of teeth and no one is any closer to understanding what it takes. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Britegums has developed a revolutionary procedure that pinkens your gums and makes your teeth appear whiter than ever before. It doesn’t matter if you’re turning 18 years old or 80; this process will give you the brightest smile possible. All of our clients see an improvement in their self-confidence within weeks of beginning treatment because they can finally show off those pearly whites without any hesitation.
How Do Teeth Get Stained Over Time?
Teeth can get stained in a number of ways, including from eating certain foods or from drinking dark-colored drinks like coffee and tea. At our office, we offer a revolutionary procedure called gum pinkening, which we call pinkening because that’s what we’re doing to the gums: making them pink. We use high-intensity LED lights to help restore teeth back to their natural color by removing stains that have built up over time. In addition, this process makes your teeth stronger and whiter.
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What Causes Teeth Discoloration?
Teeth discoloration is a common problem that can be caused by a number of different things. It’s important to note that there are two types of teeth discoloration: extrinsic and intrinsic. Extrinsic, or external, tooth stains are brought on by what you eat and drink, such as coffee, tea, red wine, or smoking cigarettes. Intrinsic tooth stains are caused by things like genetics or oral health conditions such as cavities or gingivitis. Teeth often become more susceptible to extrinsic stains if they have been treated with an anti-cavity fluoride treatment.
The Power Of Teeth Whitening:
Tooth whiteners can remove surface stains, but they can’t get rid of deep-set staining caused by coffee and tea. Britegums uses a revolutionary gum pinkening procedure that goes inside the gums to remove stains that tooth whiteners cannot reach. The treatment is quick and easy with no pain or discomfort whatsoever. All you have to do is sit in our chair and we take care of the rest!
Effects of Age On Teeth:
As you age, your teeth and gums may not produce enough natural protective substances (called saliva) to keep them healthy. Older people tend to have less saliva in their mouths because the flow of saliva is controlled by the autonomic nervous system. As we get older, our autonomic nervous system starts to function more slowly. This can lead to less saliva production and cause a tooth or gum problem called dry mouth syndrome.
Benefits Of Having Whiter Teeth:
We all know that having whiter teeth is an important part of your oral health care routine. But it’s not just about being more attractive and having whiter, brighter teeth – it’s about the health benefits too! This is because one of the main causes of cavities is stains on your teeth from things like coffee, wine, and tobacco. The good news is that with proper oral hygiene you can prevent these stains from accumulating on your teeth. To make sure you have a sparkling smile, our team at Britegums will provide a service called gum pinkening or teeth whitening to help keep your teeth healthy and as white as possible.