I think that it is safe to say that we all are just a little vain. Some of us more than others. If this were not so then you would not see so many tanning salons. Nor would there be so many weight loss products available. Nor would you see so many different products guarantee white teeth for an ultra bright smile. But, in addition to wanting to look "fabulous darling", we want it immediately. If not sooner. And, we are willing to pay good money for it too. Enter laser teeth whitening. Fast, effective, and pain free. Sounds great.
For those in the population that need instant gratification, laser teeth whitening is your ticket to celebrity white teeth in no time. Does this sound too good to be true? To some, I'll bet it does. Let's take a closer look at the details of getting your teeth whitened professionally with a laser treatment.
Laser teeth whitening is obviously not a home teeth whitening method. This will require a trip to your dentist, or other office that provides this service. Typically, the technician that will perform the procedure will begin by cleaning your teeth thoroughly so that there is nothing that will stand in the way of the whitening process. Following this, the teeth whitening gel will be applied. This is essentially the same gel used by other processes. The next step is where the process deviates a bit. This step is where the laser is applied. The reason the laser is used is to accelerate the whitening process.
Often, when we pay extra to have a professional administrator this type of procedure, we expect that the change will be immediate and permanent, but for some this may not be the case. It is possible that you will need to go back for one or more additional sessions. This obviously depends on the degree of discoloration on your teeth.
Going hand in hand with the ease and thoroughness afforded by having a professional do the procedure, comes the downside. Cost. It comes as no surprise that going to the office to get your teeth whitened is not going to be an inexpensive undertaking. Also, remember that insurance will not pay for this type of dental care. Having said that you can expect to pay somewhere between $ 500 to $ 1000.
Only you can determine whether the cost of having this procedure done is worth the money. Maybe, you will find that using another method is a more cost effective way to get whiter teeth. Many people opt to use a home teeth whitening system. This may take longer, and may not be quite as effective, but is much, much more inexpensive than the laser teeth whitening process.[ad_2]
Source by Arnie Jacobsen