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Can you bleach a dead tooth?

Bleaching dead tooth

You may have had a hard blow to your mouth. Then it may be that a small piece of tooth has broken off. In addition, you can also suffer from a dead tooth. You can also suffer from it without noticing it. Still, a dead tooth often gives complaints and you notice this. It often does not look very nice. That is why we often get the question: Can you bleach a dead tooth?

Symptoms

Very often, a dead tooth gives clear complaints. The main symptoms are:

  • changed tooth color; blue or greyish
  • pain
  • knock sensitivity (throbbing feeling)

The tooth changes color because red blood cells in the dentine itself are dead. These red blood cells contain iron, among other things, which penetrates into the interior of the tooth. This causes the tooth to discolour. You could compare it to a bruise on your body. Only a dead tooth (often) does not go away by itself.

How do you get a dead tooth?

You can get a dead tooth in several ways. The main cause is: tooth decay. You can get tooth decay because cavities develop in your tooth enamel. This can create small cavities in your teeth. This can cause inflammation that can reach the dental nerve. If the inflammation reaches the dental nerve, the dental nerve may die. Then you get a dead tooth. This then dies.

That is why we advise you to go to the dentist even if you suspect cavities. You may need a crown or filling. In another blog you will find everything about teeth whitening with a crown, filling or bridge.

In addition, you can therefore get a dead tooth from trauma. If a piece of tooth breaks off or you get a hard blow, there is often bleeding in the tooth. As a result, the inner part of the tooth (pulp) no longer receives food and oxygen. This causes the tooth to discolour and die. In the event of a hard blow to the teeth, always go to the dentist. This prevents, for example, a root canal infection.

Can you bleach a dead tooth?

If you have a dead tooth, you can happily bleach it. But you can’t bleach it yourself. After all, a dead tooth is more brittle and fragile; so it has to be done very carefully. A dentist should then bleach your tooth with sodium perborate. A dentist should do this carefully and you really cannot do it yourself. This method of bleaching is an internal method of bleaching. You must undergo a root canal treatment for this. Ask your dentist for more information on how to bleach the dead tooth. In another blog there is some additional information about teeth whitening with sodium perborate.

Prevention is better than cure

An important question is: How do you prevent getting a dead tooth? After all, prevention is better than cure. Good oral hygiene is very important. Everything starts with brushing your teeth well. In addition, regular flossing is also important. Last but not least: visit the dentist regularly. This prevents you from getting sensitive teeth. In another article you will find everything about teeth whitening with sensitive teeth. At Fleeck we all sell professional, tested products so that you can safely whiten your teeth. This way you can enjoy a beautiful, white smile and show it to the world!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you get a dead tooth?

The main cause is: tooth decay. You can prevent tooth decay by taking good care of your teeth. In addition, you can get a dead tooth through trauma.

Can you bleach a dead tooth?

Yes, but only a dentist can do this. Often you will also need to have a root canal treatment and your teeth will be bleached from the inside.

Can you prevent a dead tooth?

By using good oral hygiene, you can prevent tooth decay. This includes brushing your teeth well, flossing your teeth regularly and going to the dentist at least twice a year.

Blood is coming out of my mouth, now what?

For example, if you have had a blow to your tooth and blood comes out: visit the dentist as soon as possible.

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