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    Halitosis
   
Q : What is Halitosis?
A: Halitosis is commonly known as bad breath

Q: What causes it?
A: There are several things that can cause Halitosis but the most common dental causes are tooth decay, gum disease, tooth abscesses and oral cancer. Other common causes can be a sinus infection or exerostomia (dry mouth) usually caused by a medication such as dylantin used in the treatment of diabetes.
Q: Can it be cured?
A: Yes in most cases it can be cured by having any dental decay replaced by fillings and having a thorough cleaning. Or in the event of an abscess tooth having Root Canal Therapy. This along with good home care usually clears up the problem.

Q: Can it be treated with antibiotics?
A: No because Antibiotics wonít be of any use in the case of halitosis unless there is a sinus infection in which case the antibiotic clears up the sinus infection but not the Halitosis 

Q: How can I prevent Halitosis?
A: One of the main ways is to practice good home care and have regular checkups with your dentist for cavity detection and cleanings

Q: Will it come back?
A: Not as a rule if good home care is practiced and you have regular checkups and cleanings at the dentist office.

Q: What are the symptoms?
A: The most common symptom is a bad odor coming from the mouth and a sour or bad taste.  Some other symptoms might be a white or yellow film on the tongue caused by bacteria or white nodules on the tongue or tonsils. Also post nasal drip which often means a sinus infection or a dry mouth usually caused by medication.
   
Tooth Whitening
Q: What exactly is Tooth Whitening?
A:  It is the whitening of the teeth sometimes referred to as bleaching. Over the years we get a buildup of organic pigments on our teeth turning them yellowish in color. With tooth whitening we can regain the natural whiteness of our teeth and in most cases we can even go lighter
Q: What do they use to whiten the teeth?
 A: They use a peroxide based gel called Carbamide Peroxide or Hydrogen Peroxide

Q: Will it hurt my tooth enamel?
A: No there is no damage done to the teeth at all.

Q: Will my teeth be sensitive?
A: You might experience some sensitivity but usually if you use a desensitizing tooth paste it will control any sensitivity you may. Also depending on how and when you use the gel can make a difference but you will be advised about this at your dental office.

Q: Will my teeth get yellow again?
A: You may notice a slight change in color several months down the road but that can be taken care of in just a couple of nights every 6 months or so. A lot depends on you if you are a smoker or if you drink a lot of tea or coffee you might notice a change sooner. Generally though your teeth will not return to the color they were when you started.

Q: Why canít I just buy it from the pharmacy?
A: The product that a pharmacy or any other store can sell you is not nearly as effective as what you can get from your dentist.

Q: I have seen whitening toothpaste does it work?
A: No it will not whiten your teeth but it will help to keep things nice after your bleaching is completed.

Q: How long does it take?
A: It usually takes 2-3 weeks but there are a few things to take into consideration. First of all the color of your teeth when you begin the treatment and how light you want your teeth to be. Also the frequency of use of the product.

Q: How long does it take?
A: It usually takes 2-3 weeks but there are a few things to take into consideration. First of all the color of your teeth when you begin the treatment and how light you want your teeth to be. Also the frequency of use of the product.

Q: How do I put it on my teeth?
A:  Your dentist will make you some soft plastic trays that will fit over your teeth. These are usually quite
comfortable and people hardly notice that they have them in their mouth.

Q: I have heard of in office treatment and home treatment. What is the difference?
A: One is done in the dental chair and is usually done in about one hour. The other is done at home and can take a few weeks.

Q: Is one better than the other?
A: Not necessarily, it is dependant on you. Some people want immediate results while others donít mind taking the time to do it at home. However when you have it done in the office it is often recommended that you continue at home for a week or so to get the final results that you want to achieve.

Q: Do they use the same product to do in office whitening that is used at home?
A: Basically yes but you may have heard of laser whitening and this is a special light that is used when whitening the teeth in the office. It is a blue laser type light that speeds up the process of the whitening.

Q: Is the laser light safe?
A: Yes it is safe although you may feel some sensitivity.
   
   

 

     
     
   

   

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