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1.Your teeth have pores just like your skin or a sponge.

Anything you put in your mouth that has color will absorb into those pores. Wine, coffee, dark berries, and smoking are extremely active in staining teeth. Over time, the natural color of your teeth becomes darker due to these stains. These stains will never go away unless you actively remove them. 

2. Teeth whitening does not damage your teeth.

Just like aggressive brushing of your teeth, abuse of any kind can be damaging. However, if used as instructed, professional teeth whitening with teeth whitening machine is incredibly safe. The whitening process uses active ingredients to temporarily open pores in your teeth and lift stains. After each whitening session, your teeth naturally remineralize and rehydrate.

3. The key to teeth whitening is the delivery device.

Most teeth whitening products on the market use similar active ingredients to whiten. The difference is the device that is used to hold the whitening agent on the tooth. A truly custom-fitted whitening tray ensures that every angle of every tooth (regardless of whether your teeth are straight or not) receives even and consistent coverage. Unlike boil & bit trays, whitening strips, and UV lights, fitted whitening trays eliminate the possibility of inconsistencies and allow you to maintain your beautiful smile.

4.Nowadays, LED teeth whitening is a popular option for achieving a brighter smile

Led teeth whitening lamps is a bleach-based treatment, and home-based kits contain lower concentrations of the bleaching substance than what your dentist offers. An LED whitening system typically includes several applications of a whitening agent, applicators, mouth trays and LED light for treatments over a period of days. Light is thought to speed up the whitening process, says The Open Dentistry Journal (ODJ). It acts as a catalyst on carbamide peroxide, which becomes hydrogen peroxide, the bleaching agent that whitens your teeth.

5. Sensitivity after teeth whitening is normal.

More than 60% of Americans have naturally sensitive teeth. This is most often caused by genetics, thin enamel, or crack/damaged teeth. During the whitening process, it is completely normal for sensitivity to occur. The teeth become temporarily dehydrated which reduces their ability to insulate the nerve from changes in temperature. Sensitivity will disappear 12-36 hours after whitening. Dentists and hygienists recommend a post-whitening fluoride treatment to nourish the teeth and promote rehydration.

6. Stains on teeth cannot be removed overnight.

No product on the market can whiten in a few minutes or a day. Chemically, it is impossible for any whitening agent to safely penetrate deep enough into the teeth at that speed. If this were possible, dentists would not be paid well to create custom-fitted whitening trays. The truth is that the whitening process can take as few as 4 days and up to several months. Customers with severe stains must be patient with the process and know that each whitening session removes years of stains. Once those stains are gone, it is incredibly easy to maintain.

7. The best time to whiten your teeth is just before bed.

Immediately after whitening (regardless of the product you use), your teeth are more susceptible to restaining. The pores in your teeth are slightly more open and can more easily allow stains in. Smile Brilliant and dentist professionals recommend whitening before bed as it reduces the opportunity for staining and gives your teeth the night to begin rehydrating and remineralizing. To speed up the remineralizing process, Smile Brilliant offers fluoride infused desensitizing gel to nourish and replenish.

Article publié Article publié le Friday 03 November 2017 à 04:02 | Par liyifeng

Article édité le Wednesday 01 November 2017 à 10:20

Article publié Top Tips for Dental Surgery Lighting

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What do I need to consider when lighting my Dental Surgery and Patient Waiting Room?

Here are our considerations.


The facts of Dental Surgery Lighting

Daylight intensity varies from 2,000 to 100,000 Lux.


Daylight colour temperature varies from 2,000 to 20,000° Kelvin

Kelvin comes from the fact that Tungsten Filaments change colour as they warm up - from dull red to orange to white

Less than 3000K is warm white 3400 – 4500 K is cool white

Greater than 4600 is daylight

The Effects of Dental Surgery Lighting

Full adaption to increased light requires about six minutes. Light affects how tired you feel at the end of the day.The high contrast increases fatigue and eye strain. Visual activity increases with light intensity until it reaches around 20,000 Lux.The greater the difference, the more intense the process of eye accommodation. Sight declines with age, older persons need more light. A 40 year old needs twice as much light as a 20 year old and a 60 year old needs ten times as much.


What are the Attributes of a Quality Surgical Headband?

- A quality headband is ergonomically balanced to reduce fatigue and headache.
- The headband needs to be Micro-adjustable in size to fit comfortably.
- Light weight is key for surgeons wearing the headbands for many hours without interruption.
- Durable materials
- Washable
- Sturdy, rigid and capable to support your application


Headband with adjusting Ratchet on top and rear.

LED Headlights, Fiber Optic Lights, Head mounted cameras and other heavier equipment require a rigid yet very comfortable band. Surgeons wear these devices often for many hours. The headband of choice here is a Nylon headband with a rack and pinion adjustment ratchet for the top and rear straps. With this type headband multiple users can easily find a perfect fit.

Light weight Breath-O-Prene Headbands

To support a lighter weight application a Headband made of Breath-O-Prene fabric can do the job. We at Integrated Surgical Solutions offer such a headband with a High Density Polyester strap for additional support. This type application is often used by Dentists.

Article publié Article publié le Wednesday 01 November 2017 à 10:15 | Par liyifeng


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