Teeth Whitening at Home
The most common type of home tooth whitening involves placing a gel-like whitening solution, which usually contains hydrogen peroxide, in a tray that resembles a night guard or mouth guard. Over-the-counter mouthpieces are unlikely to fit correctly and can cause gum irritation if the whitening agent seeps out. The tray is then placed over the teeth for a certain period of time - anywhere from an hour or two to overnight.
Tooth bonding is a procedure in order to fix a partially chipped tooth with a tooth colored composite resin.
Caps to cover the damaged teeth is called as Crown.
Bleaching the teeth with a whitening gel at home.
Used to color the and oddly shaped tooth by dentists.