Tooth Whitening Sensitivity Prevention

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Tooth Whitening Toothpaste

Tooth Whitening Toothpaste

Does whitening toothpaste actually whiten teeth?

Tooth Whitening Toothpastes

Tooth Whitening Toothpastes

That depends on what level of whitening results you are looking for.  Tooth Whitening toothpaste typically can only whiten teeth slightly by removing the surface stains that are caused by drinking coffee, tea, wine or smoking for long periods of time.  It is important to note that Tooth Whitening toothpastes won’t whiten teeth beyond their natural color, or remove any discoloration due to tooth damage, because the inner layer of the tooth, called dentin, naturally yellows with age, as well as, the use of certain medications or excessive fluoride, in fact,  whitening toothpastes may even reveal that yellowing more.  A better option for that type of yellowing would be to speak with your dentist and get a professional bleaching done.  After that Whitening toothpastes are some what effective  to help prolong and maintain the overall whitening results long after the bleaching treatment. Read More »

Tooth Whitening Mouthwash

Tooth Whitening Mouthwash

Tooth Whitening Mouthwash

whiteningmouthwashI have found that Tooth Whitening mouthwashes can be an effective supplement to the over the counter at home tooth whitening products on the market, but that by themselves they are not the best at whitening your teeth simply because the liquid doesn’t stay in contact with the toot ‘s surface long enough to provide any deep down effect.  Typically, Mouthwash type products, aim to freshen breath and help maintain a whiter smile if you use them between other whitening treatments, and since you should be using a mouth wash or rinse anyways it can help your quest for whiter teeth. Read More »

The Best Tooth Whitening Method?

The Best Tooth Whitening Method?

images (4) Amazingly brighter and whiter teeth are not just for movie stars anymore! Since the cost of In-office Dental Whitening and the higher quality now available from at home whitening Kits, everyone can have a great looking celebrity like smile !   Before you decide which tooth whitening method is best for you, let’s review the options. Read More »

Tooth Whitening Side Effects

Tooth Whitening Side Effects

images (3)Getting a whiter teeth doesn’t come without a few possible side effects that are associated with tooth whitening products. While, tooth whitening is considered to be a relatively safe procedure, the list of tooth whitening side effects below should be considered before you make the decision to whiten your teeth.

It’s true that people who use tooth whitening products experience little to no side effects and are satisfied with the results they get, but, there are many people that may encounter one or more of the following side effects that are associated with teeth whitening:

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Tooth Whitening Sensitivity and Why it Hurts?

Tooth Whitening Sensitivity and Why it Hurts?

bobphotoTooth whitening, while it is a fairly simple procedure it is not always a pain free process. Millions of  people experience tooth whitening sensitivity,  after they whiten their teeth,  a problem that most people get particularly when they first start to use a tooth whitening product of any kind. The minor sensitivity you get should let you know that the whitening product is doing what is is intended to do.  It’s job is to penetrate the tooth’s enamel to remove those deep down stains and whiten teeth, this process in which the chemicals actual break down and oxidize to lift stains actually removes what are know as tubule plugs, these plugs actually seal off and block the dentinal tubes which lead to the tooth’s nerve and when unblocked the fluid in the tubule can shift and cause the sharp sensitivity pain. While it sounds scary, there are ways to quickly re-seal or plug the tubules and stop the pain. Read More »

Tooth Whitening Sensitivity

Tooth Whitening Sensitivity

Tooth Whitening Sensitivity

woman sensitive toothDental sensitivity is a major consideration when it comes to teeth whitening. Because it affects many people, there is a lot of interest in providing a reliable and affordable way to minimize or eliminate the discomfort.

Some teeth whitening solutions now come with desensitizing agents. Desensitizers containing fluoride and potassium nitrate can also be used as stand-alone medications. Some dental professionals use desensitizing methods after whitening although a tooth whitening system is now available that provides desensitizing treatment before and after bleaching. Read More »