Teeth Whitening Kit
Teeth whitening kit products aim to remove surface stains on the tooth and penetrate the enamel, to break down the discolored molecules within. Here are some potential risks and side effects of over-the-counter teeth whiteners that you should be aware of.
Harmful to the Gum Line
Over-the-counter teeth bleaching kits contain peroxides. The peroxide can cause serious damage to your gum line. DIY whitening strips or gel trays can often be too big or small. Either scenario can lead to unnecessary contact with your gum line. Our kit will help you bring back your bright smile shop our whitening kit here
Aggravate Dental Problems
It is important to make an appointment with your dentist before considering teeth-bleaching. They can check for any cavities or gum disease that could be aggravated by the bleach. If you have a severe cavity, the bleach can travel as far as the root and may lead to root canal therapy.
Over-the-Counter Teeth bleaching leads to ineffective or uneven results. Most DIY treatments contain bleach concentrations between 10%-20% – somewhere in between is the safest bet for a bleaching agent. Most teeth whitening kits don’t list the concentration so the customer cannot choose a strength that’s sensitive to their oral health. Book your 30-minute session.
Damage Tooth Enamel
Enamel is the protective layer around our teeth. It can be stained by foods like caffeine, tobacco, and wine. This is why people opt to whiten their teeth.
DIY teeth bleaching kits are known to contain sodium bicarbonate and hydrogen peroxide – two chemicals that, if not applied properly, can cause erosion of the tooth enamel. If the enamel wears away, the layer of yellow dentin underneath becomes exposed and extreme pain becomes inevitable.
How to Maintain Your Good Results
Once you have used our teeth whitening products, there are things you can do to prevent stains and keep your smile as bright as possible:
- Practice good dental hygiene, including brushing twice a day, flossing once a day and seeing us for your routine cleanings
- Be aware of major stain culprits, such as red wine, tomato-based foods, energy drinks, tea and coffee
- Rinse your mouth with water after eating or drinking so that stain causers don’t sit on your teeth
- Don’t smoke
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