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Hickey Removal Toothpaste
Probably not,: Toothpaste will not burn a hickey. To be used comfortably in the mouth, toothpaste must have a ph similar to the oral environment or it will produce a burning sensation! when your friend gave you the hickey did the ph of his/her mouth produce a burning sensation on your neck or just in your heart?! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Is arnica ointment good for fast removal of a small hickey, they are small but need to be gone by tomorrow.?
Hickey = bruise: A hickey, big or small, is a bruise, which is blood that came out of the blood vessels and is now stuck inside the skin. With the use of arnica, the hickey will lighten and fade away. Without the use of arnica, the hickey will lighten and fade away just as quickly. However, the arnica will also lighten up one's wallet. ...Read more
I want to try rembrandts intense stain removal toothpaste. Could I use one in the morning and one at night and still get good results?
Likely make it worse: A far eastern ritual called coin rubbing is occasionally used by "healers".They rub coins between the ribs as treatment for lung infections.The process produced hickey like petechial hemorrhages under the skin where rubbing is done.I don't know where you would have heard this might help but I would never recommend it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor can u guide me that removal of blacheads with toothpaste is effective or not?also with tomato?
I've had stubborn white stains for 5 months, they won't come off with stain removal toothpaste. will they come off with dental equipment by hygienist?
"Stains": If the white spots are stains on the surface of the teeth, your Hygienist can remove them and show you how to prevent their return. If they are Scars, areas of Decalcification (where calcium has been etched out of the enamel) restorations (fillings) may be necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the best toothpaste for everyday use? What is the best toothpaste i can purchase for everyday use? I'd like something that is somewhat easy to find - i.E. Available at most drug stores or grocery stores....Reading the labels, they all claim to "be
Fluoride Based: A general fluoride toothpaste is best. Truly, forget the rest. If you need something additional, but that additional thing. Sometimes the toothpaste that masquerades as a "Jack of all trades" can also be a "Master of none." Remember the K.I.S.S. theorem; Keep It Simple Sweetheart! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hickey: A hickey is a discolored area on the skin that results when small blood vessels break under the skin, causing a type of bruise (purpura). The appearance will normally change in appearance and color over time. Small red dots (petechiae) may also appear. These types of injuries rarely scar, but may stay discolored for a fair amount of time. Cold compresses and Motrin or Tylenol (acetaminophen) can help pain. ...Read more
No: If you want to whiten your teeth, don't waste you money on toothpaste, make an appointment with your dentist, get your teeth and gums checked out, and talk to the dental professionals about what you want your teeth to look like. They will make sure you know all the aspects of why your teeth are discolored, and how that can be rectified. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Miracle?: If toothpaste was a miracle worker for everything from skin rashes, to boils, to acne, to lubrication, to stuff you use downstairs, it would be worth so much more. It would cost you an arm and a leg. Please, use toothpaste for your teeth, and speak to your dermatologist, gyn, md, ent, etc. For other uses. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers