The Benefits Of Laser Teeth Whitening

The Benefits of Laser Teeth Whitening

Quick Results and Time Savings
Laser teeth whitening is instantaneous—which makes it the ideal procedure for those who have an immediate need—or want—for sparkling white teeth. Comparably, other teeth-whitening treatments take multiple procedures or applications to whiten your teeth. In addition to being instantaneous, it also only takes one trip to the dentist, so follow-up procedures are not required.Pain-FreeLaser treatments are entirely pain and discomfort free during the procedure, require minimal healing time after and reduce the risk of infection and irritation post-procedure.


Anesthesia-Free
As laser teeth whitening is a pain-free procedure there is no need for anesthesia. Not only does this save money (anesthesia is expensive after all), it also decreases the risks to your health as every anesthesia treatment carries a certain amount of risk.


Efficacy
Laser whitening treatments are the most efficient way to whiten teeth as they produce significantly greater results than their competition. With laser teeth whitening your teeth can be up to 8 shades lighter than their initial colour—and the results are immediately visible.


Long-Lasting 
Not only is the treatment more effective than its competition, the effects are extremely long-lasting. Laser teeth-whitening treatment results can last up to 5 years—compared to their competition’s effects of just 6 months to 1 year. Safe Laser teeth treatments are extremely safe, not only for your overall health but also for the sensitive enamel of your teeth and your gums. At-home treatments like bleaching can be abrasive and eat away at your teeth enamel and can inflame your gums. Laser treatments however are non-abrasive and non-irritating.

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Franchising Vs. Licensing

For a company looking to expand, franchising and licensing are often appealing business models. In a franchising model, the franchisee uses another firm's successful business model and brand name to operate what is effectively an independent branch of the company. The franchiser maintains a considerable degree of control over the operations and processes used by the franchisee, but also helps with things like branding and marketing support that aid the franchise. The franchiser also typically ensures that branches do not cannibalize each other's revenues.

Under a licensing model, a company sells licenses to other (typically smaller) companies to use intellectual property (IP), brand, design or business programs. These licenses are usually non-exclusive, which means they can be sold to multiple competing companies serving the same market. In this arrangement, the licensing company may exercise control over how its IP is used but does not control the business operations of the licensee.

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Why Would I Need My Teeth Whitened?

Why would I need my teeth whitened?
There are a number of reasons why you might get your teeth whitened. Everyone is different; and just as our hair and skin colour vary, so do our teeth. Very few people have brilliant-white teeth, and our teeth can also become more discoloured as we get older. Your teeth can also be stained on the surface by food and drinks such as tea, coffee, red wine and blackcurrant. Smoking can also stain teeth. ‘Calculus' or tartar can also affect the colour of your teeth. Some people may have staining under the surface, which can be caused by certain antibiotics or by tiny cracks in the teeth which take up stains.

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Causes of Tooth Discoloration

The crown of a tooth is made up of two mineralized layers. Enamel is a white, heavily mineralized, porcelain-like, external layer. The inner layer, dentin, is the yellowish, less mineralized, supporting layer. Over time, the enamel breaks down and micro-fractures can form in the outer layer. These micro-fractures pick up stains, debris, pigmentation, and start to show the yellow dentin support layer. The degree of staining over a lifetime is influenced by foods (curry, coffee), drinks (red wine), habits (smoking, teeth grinding), and medications (Tetracycline). There is also a genetic component to the color of your dentin that affects how white your teeth are.

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