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After dental bleaching of yellowish teeth is there any possibility of teeth sensitivity?Is there any home remedy for yellowish teeth?

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Hello, thanks for the query natural tooth colour ranges from yellowish white to grayish white. And another reason for yellowish teeth is accumulation of plaque and tartar on tooth surfaces if it' s natural than you need to undergo bleaching(chemical whitening of teeth) and if it' s because of accumulation of plaque and tartar than you need to under scaling(cleaning) regarding pain you need to see a dentist. Thank you.
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Dental bleaching doesn' t cause sensitivity for too long. The senstivity remains for 2-3 days atmost after that its gone. For senstivity u can take colgate pro-relief.
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The natural shade of tooth cannot be changed. If you have yellowish shade tooth then it cannot be changed. Bleaching can whiten teeth. But yes post op sensitivity could be there at least for the first few days. Brushing your teeth, getting them cleaned by a dentist and polishing to be done. Keeping them clean is very important.
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Yes, whitening may lead to increased sensitivity of teeth in some cases, but with good systems and careful procedure, it is mostly temporary and reversible.
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Yes. Sensitivity is a common complication after bleaching.
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There is as such no home remedy for yellow teeth after bleaching sensitivity is normally not present, if at all it can be taken care of and removed.
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Ya sensitvity can occur after that. At home also home bleaching can be done, for that also you need to visit a dentist as bleaching tray I made by the dentist, u may consult me for same
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