Teeth whitening can improve the appearance of teeth and boost self-confidence.
It can remove stains caused by food, drinks, smoking, and aging.
Teeth whitening can be done at home with over-the-counter products or in-office by a dental professional.
However, overuse or misuse of teeth whitening products can damage tooth enamel and cause sensitivity.
Teeth whitening is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under 16, and people with gum disease or tooth decay.
It is important to consult with a dental professional before undergoing any teeth whitening procedure.