Can Dental Crowns Be Whitened?

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Dental crowns can be whitened by professionals. They however cannot be whitened without a specialized dental procedure. Dentists use a specialized whitening polish in order to restore the crown's natural colour. It is also advisable not to use whitening strips and other whitening products, since they can break the crowns material.
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1. Crowns cannot be whitened without a specialized dental procedure. A dentist must use a specialized whitening polish in order to restore the crown's natural color. It is advised
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You can't. In order to make the crown whiter, the dentist would have to take it off and send it back to the lab, where the porcelain would have to be stripped off and new, lighter
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You can't whiten them. They are porcelain that has been fired and glazed.
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