Teeth whitening can be effective in improving the appearance of discolored teeth, as well as stained teeth. However, the effectiveness of teeth whitening depends on the underlying causes of teeth discoloration.

Causes of Teeth Discoloration

There are several causes of tooth discoloration, here are a few things:-

  • Foods/drinks. Coffee, tea, colas, wines, and certain fruits and vegetables (for example, apples, and potatoes) can stain your teeth.
  • Tobacco use, smoking, or chewing tobacco can stain teeth. Poor dental hygiene. Not brushing, flossing, and rinsing enough to remove plaque and stain-producing substances.
  • Disease – several diseases that affect enamel (the hard surface of the teeth) and dentin (the underlying material under enamel) can lead to tooth discoloration. Treatments for certain conditions can also affect tooth color. For example, head and neck radiation and chemotherapy can cause teeth discoloration.
  • Environment – excessive fluoride either from environmental sources (naturally high fluoride levels in water) or from excessive use (fluoride applications, rinses, toothpaste, and fluoride supplements taken by mouth) can cause teeth discoloration.
  • Trauma, for example, damage from a fall, can disturb enamel formation in young children whose teeth are still developing. Trauma can also cause discoloration of adult teeth.
  • Aging – as you age, the outer layer of enamel on your teeth wears away, revealing the natural color of dentin.
  • Genetics – some people have naturally brighter or thicker enamel than others.

These are very reasons why teeth discoloration happens. While teeth whitening treatments can be effective at removing surface stains, they may not be able to address more severe discoloration or internal stains that have developed inside the teeth.
It is important to note that you may also require ongoing maintenance to maintain your required results over time.

Overall, teeth whitening is safe and effective using a professional and reputable brand such as Hollywood Whitening.