Concerning teeth whitening, there are diverse opinions and preferences as far as what color of the shade is best. Unfortunately, there is no universally standardized system that determines the right and appropriate color of a tooth such as for other things like body temperature, blood counts and sugar levels. Of course, different companies and organizations have come up with their own color charts you may see around but due to the uniqueness of teeth from one person to another dentysta Gliwice, none of those charts has so far been accepted as the world standard.
Despite of the above though, there is a common reference that a majority of tools use to classifying teeth whitening shades. Four basic shades consisting of red-brown, red yellow, gray and red gray make the chart. Several levels of darkness are placed within each shade and that enables anyone to find his or her teeth color on it. By matching your present tooth color to the one on the chart, you can then have a reference starting point from where you decide on the level of teeth whitening you may want.
The teeth whitening shades come in varying degrees and for most people, a change of two to seven shades can create a noticeable difference. Most people prefer a gradual change of two shades per teeth whitening session or procedure so as not be noticed immediately while others want more dramatic changes by going or nine shade difference. For more dramatic results, teeth whitening using lasers and bleaching is best.
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Name: Dr Marcin Krufczyk
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