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Teeth Whitening With Braces For Brighter Smile Tips & Methods: Report Released

Valleant has announced the release of its latest dental report, revealing proven teeth whitening methods that can be utilized together with orthodontic braces treatments.

The new report illustrates that teeth whitening remains accessible to those with braces - despite the added challenges. Throughout the piece, Valleant points to a range of techniques and professional treatments that can be equally as effective for patients who wear braces as for patients who don’t.

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As such, the report emphasizes that readers will not necessarily need to wait until their braces are removed before they can pursue their teeth whitening goals. Several methods are available via home treatment or dental office routes, it notes - delivering whitening results without interfering with ongoing orthodontic care.

Among others, Valleant names specialist whitening toothpaste as a fitting product for those with braces. It cites the item’s gradual stain removal prowess as a benefit, helping users to make a long-term impact on their teeth as their braces treatment continues. Yet, it recommends that readers search for products associated with a gentle formula so as to protect their orthodontic appliances as much as possible.

Professional dental care is also explored, with Valleant outlining the capabilities of dentists to find effective ways of whitening teeth around braces. Before pursuing this option, the report encourages readers to seek out pre-treatment check-ups - allowing dentists to assess the condition of their teeth and gums prior to any whitening procedures.

The report also presents a connection between oral hygiene and long-lasting teeth whitening results, advising those with braces to combine whitening mouthwash with daily flossing for optimal effects. By taking care of their teeth and being careful to avoid certain foods and drinks, it suggests that readers can help to maintain a whiter coloration even with braces.

Acknowledging that braces are a temporary orthodontic measure, the report also highlights an expanding array of options that will become available to readers once they’ve finished their treatment. They can then pursue additional methods to whiten their straightened teeth - supported by the ongoing maintenance tips revealed by the report.

As written in the report: “After the orthodontic treatment is completed and the braces are removed, individuals have more options for whitening treatments, including professional bleaching or over-the-counter whitening strips that could provide more uniform results.”

Interested parties can find further details within Valleant’s full report, found at:

Contact Info:
Name: Ashley Wells
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Organization: Valleant
Address: 11320 North FM 620 Suite F-104, Austin, Texas 78726, United States

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 89122654

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