I have some white spot lesions. My dentist provided me with some tooth mousse. When it is done, we’ll start teeth whitening. What type of results should I expect from this?
Your dentist is way off here. Tooth Mousse can help some by remineralizing your teeth, but the company that made it has never suggested it be used on its own. There is normally some microabrasion that needs to be used with it.
His suggestion of teeth whitening is even worse. Any type of teeth whitening will whiten your teeth evenly. That means that you will still have the white spots. In fact, they will be even more noticeable.
Your best option to get rid of these spots is to have dental bonding done on the affected teeth. However, this will require an expert cosmetic dentist and I don’t feel your current dentist is up to the task. I am going to suggest that you look for an AACD accredited dentist to advise you on this. They will get a good look at your teeth and give you the best course of action.
The good news is, because they are in the top 3% of cosmetic dentists worldwide, you will get a beautiful result. My recommendation would be to go that route. Have your teeth thoroughly examined by the right dentist. Then let him or her suggest the best course of action for it. You will love the results.
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