Korea Nano Crystal Teeth
First up, I'm just gonna be clear and say that I am not here to recommend this treatment to everyone. This is purely my own experience. The Korea Nano Seal Whitening Teeth Treatment is only an aesthetic (non-medical) procedure and you will need to consult with your dentist before opting for this. If you are prone to cavities, have poor gum health, or generally don't have the best condition teeth - DON'T DO IT.
This is not a dental procedure, so the treatment will not involve scaling or carving of teeth, neither will they touch your gums.
I've always taken decent care of my teeth, probably also because of my intense fear of dentist. However, I've always wanted that million dollar Hollywood smile. I didn't have to wear braces but my teeth are fairly straight, except for a slight crookedness on the corner that is barely noticeable from the front.
In the last year or so of me dabbling into shoots and everything, I've realised the importance of having pearly whites (white teeth). It helps your lipstick pop and generally does make your overall complexion a tad brighter, or just generally less tired. *guys too*
There's this new procedure called Korea Nano Seal Whitening Teeth Treatment.
-Transform dark discolored teeth into bright, natural white teeth.
-Provide newly whitened teeth with a protective layer（Nano composite resin material )
It is applied using **composite bonding technique.
** Bonding uses composite resins or porcelain/composite veneers to cover the surface of stained teeth and give a nice, even appearance to broken or misshapen teeth.
Composite resin is applied to the tooth, contoured into shape, set using a curing light, and finally smoothed and polished.
✅one treatment can last for 2-3 years
✅no pain, no injection, no downtime, no molar, 100% safety guaranteed
✅no use of teeth bleaching products, nor laser whitening.
✅client is required to go to a dentist prior to treatment to check for tooth decays.
Nansee, (the girl that did my teeth) spent about half an hour briefing me on the treatment and explaining the procedure in depth. She made sure I was clear that this treatment wasn't going to fix any problem, in fact if you have problems she would advice you against doing it.
After the consultation, I had to clean my teeth and then she started the treatment. If I had to explain it in simple terms, the procedure is kinda like getting gel nails. You paint a layer on top of your teeth, and then she used a curing light (looks like some fancy bluetooth light thingy - don't quote me) and seals the layer on top of your teeth. This makes it look really white and sparkly.
Just me looking like the latest member of X-men.
The procedure is painless but it does take some time as she has to artistically paint over each tooth. There is also a tedious cleaning process before she can start applying the composite material on top of the tooth.
It has to be 100% dry to create a sterile surface for the material to stick to your teeth.
It is also only applied to the front 6 teeth, (top and bottom) just to fit the smile.
I personally have been loving the results, it does take some time to get used to it.
Initially it felt a tad bit too in-your-face-kind-of-white, but it's been about of week and its starting to look more natural.
Over time, the food and drinks you consume will slowly stain the resin layer a tad bit so it won't be clorox white. I've been getting tons of compliments on smile lately and I definitely could get used to that.
I'm not the expert,
so if you want clarification on the procedure;
you can look for Nansee (+60168582328).
She's such a lovely girl and she'll be more than happy to explain in much more details than I ever would.
I have some smiling to do.