Not how they work. Tooth whitening products and symptoms do not strip the hard enamel off the surface of your teeth. They remove and/or bleach pigmented stains. Please see your dentist for discussion of the best tooth whitening approach for you. Making teeth whiter if they are unhealthy or of the supporting tissues are compromised is an exercise in futility.
Not at all. I am not familiar with any case that report actual stripping of the emanuel with whitening agents. If you are concerned you should use a product under a dentist supervision. Dr mokbel scdentalimplants.Com.
Yes! Teeth bleaching systems do not strip enamel from teeth! but they can leave teeth slightly sensitive while whitening is being done and possibly for two weeks after. Over-the-counter like crest whitestrips are safe. Happy new year!
Teeth whitening . You can use over the counter products, however, they are not so effective and/or stable. OTC bleach and whitening tooth paste could be used as a supplement only. A professional teeth whitening without laser, followed by home whitening system with custom trays for the long term effect. You will be very happy with the results. .
Caution. Should have dental supervision for effectively using a whitening agent. If a system strips enamel, it may actually cause the teeth to look yellower.
Wrong assumption. Whiten does not "strip off the enamel" on your teeth. Whitening works by releasing oxygen that actually whitens your teeth. Too much of anything is not good for you and this is the same for whitening. Teeth can become sensitive to temperature and if you really get carried away you can cause some demineralization of the tooth structure.