Will ear wax removal gel whiten teeth?

No. No, only use approved products that are designed and created to whiten teeth.
Not necessary. For whitening gel, i would recommend using ada approved product anything else it might not support the claim that it states.
Why? With so many great options for actually whitening one's teeth, why would you try a medication that is not designed or marketed for tooth whitening? See a dentist, who will recommend the appropriate way to whiten your teeth.

Related Questions

I have really bad pain in ear (all nite and today)following ear wax removal by dr. Should I be worried?

Should have. your doc take another look to make sure you are not having any complications from procedure. Read more...
Swimmer's ear. You can get inflammation or infection of the lining of the ear canal after wax is removed from the ear canal. You may need antibiotics ear drops. See your doctor or an urgent care for evaluation. In the meantime, take ibuprofen 600 - 800 mg to help with the pain. Read more...

I use ear wax removal systems for my ears. Do you have any precautions or concerns with those?

Why use anything? My biggest concern is that, in general, you want wax in your ears. Wax protects the skin, moistening it and protecting it from infection. Trying to remove wax from inside the ear canal can anger the skin causing it to just secrete more wax. If your canals occlude, occasional softening followed by gental irrigation can help. In general leave your ears alone. Read more...
Ear wax removal. As long as your ear is not occluded with hard, compacted wax (cerumen) ear wax removal systems can be quite beneficial to clear wax from ear canals. You may however, need the assistance of a otolaryngologist to clean your ears with specialty instruments for best results. Some primary practitioners are able to irrigate the ears. Read more...

Is colace (docusate sodium) good for ear wax removal?

Colace (docusate sodium) and ear wax. Hello. Somehow our secret to ear wax removal has leaked out into the health tap cyber waves. Yes, colace (docusate sodium) liquid in the ear canal will soften the wax and en irrigation works easily. Read more...

Ear wax removal kit and it worked but did not get rid of fluttering?

See a specialist. You need to see a specialist for this to be evaluated and examined. There are rare causes of fluttering and more common ones as well (stapedial myoclonus, aberrant blood vessels, glomus tumors) such as hearing your heartbeat in your hearing apparatus. Get to an ENT physician for this. Read more...