Surprisingly, there really shouldn’t be a recovery time following this procedure. Los Angeles Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Anthony Mobasser warns that if you have any sensitivity during or after bleaching, you need to stop, and contact your dentist as soon as possible.
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What Kind Of Recovery Time Is Needed After Bleaching?
Recovery time should be no recovery time in Dr. Mobasser’s opinion because if you have tooth sensitivity when you receive tooth bleaching you have to stop period, contact your dentist, and stop the procedure.
There are certain cases where we do power bleaching under the supervision of the dentist. In these cases, the teeth can get a little sensitive, and it is up to the dentist’s judgment to determine when to stop the procedure. Usually, we go ahead and give the patient like six hundred milligrams of Motrin just to alleviate the pain and that would take care of it.
So, as far as having recovery time, bleaching should give you no problems at all. If you are having problems, you better stop, don’t do it, or seek a different kind of treatment. If you want to have whiter teeth and smile permanently, Those options are dental veneers, lumineers, no prep-veneers. Please know that Bleaching Teeth is not permanent, nor is it predictable! For more permanent teeth whitening you must consider no prep veneers, lumineers or possibly dental porcelain veneers. Ask Dr. Mobasser what best fits your needs.