Going To A Dentist Before Using Rembrandt
Going to the dentist is something that’s important if you plan on using any type of whitening product successfully just like we've outlined in our rembrandt teeth whitening kit reviews. There are some people who complain about using products but do not seeing any result from the whitening products and it usually comes down to poor dental health. Rembrandt and other teeth whitening product manufactures recommend that you do see your dentist before using any of their products since this will help insure that it’s not only going to be safe for you to whiten your teeth but that the end result will come out how you would expect it to. Here are a few reasons why it’s so important to make sure you go to your dentist before using any whitening products.
Plaque and Tarter
These 2 things are highly important to take care of because there are no teeth whitening products in the world that can remove plaque and tarter and this is something that only your dentist can do. Tarter is almost like a rock like substance and it takes dental drills to remove them from your teeth. As important as this is you’d be surprised at how many people simply purchase a whitening kit online even though they haven’t been to a dentist in years.
One thing you should always ask your dentist (frequently) is about your enamel. When it comes to teeth whitening there is no one size fits all and you need to choose the product that you use for whitening on a case by case bases. People who have good enamel should have no problem using whitening gels that contain hydrogen peroxide. But if your dentist tells you that you have weak enamel then your best bet is probably not using any teeth whitening kit or if you do plan on using a teeth whitening kit you need to make sure that it does not contain hydrogen peroxide.
When you have cavity’s it’s important to make sure that you get that taken care of before using any teeth whitening solution no matter if it’s a hydrogen peroxide based solution or another whitening agent. Using a whitening agent while having cavities can make the situation a lot worse and cause a lot of problems. Once you’ve gotten all your cavity’s taken care of and your dentist gives you the green light then you can use any whitening kit that you desire.
If you have exposed roots I highly recommend that you avoid using hydrogen peroxide as it has been said to make the situation worse. This is another reason why you should go to your dentist before using any whitening product just to make sure that it’s ok for you to do. When you have exposed roots you want to make sure that you don’t take any unassay risk when it comes to your teeth. They are already in a fragile state and all it takes is one wrong move and you’re probably going to have to get fake teeth or veneers (in extreme cases).