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Carbamide Peroxide Teeth
Yes: Absolutely but only under the supervision of your dentist. ...Read more
Try hydrogen peroxid: While any whitening gel can cause sensitivity and aching of the teeth, hydrogen peroxide requires less wear duration per application than carbamide peroxide. Typically h.P. Is one hour, while c.P. Is several hours. We caution our patients to back off and use less frequently when this occurs. Ask your dental professional for daywhite hp gel. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
4 to 8 hrs: Take home trays are recommended over night independent of solution concentration, but if you have sensitive teeth then 4 to 5 hours are good enough. Wear the trays for 3 to 4 days. It all depends on how fast you want results. The longer you wear the faster the results. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
About 1 hour: Most whitening materials will lose most of their potency after about an hour. Some people think that they can leave it on for hours and it will continue to work but that isn't true. It is a chemical reaction that has an end. ...Read more
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