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Hi, yes hydrogen peroxide is the active ingredient in most at home and in-office whitening products such as whitening strips, whitening trays, whitening mouthwash, a select few whitening toothpastes and in-office whitening gel placed directly on teeth. Here is a comparison chart on the following link of several whitening brands that I have listed on my website. https://www.perfecttensmile.com/comparison READ MORE
Great question. I am not a dentist, I just do teeth whitening only so the best answer I like to say is that it is best to defer your question to your dentist to check in regards to your specific situation but generally stains shouldn't build up very quickly so doing in-office teeth whitening shouldn't be needed more than once a year or less. Doing teeth whitening too often can cause sensitivity on your teeth or gums if the gums if they aren't protected during the whitening process depending on the whitening method and strength of the gel. In-office teeth whitening may not even be needed if you are getting the results that you are looking for by using whitening toothpaste and whitening mouthwash or by simply avoiding foods and liquids that may be causing the staining. The ADA has a brochure that can provide you with additional information regarding teeth whitening. I have a link to it and also one from Crest that you may find helpful. Let me know if I can be of additional help. https://www.perfecttensmile.com READ MORE
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Gingivitis, or periodontal disease, is known as the inflammation of the gums. The most common cause of gingivitis is poor oral hygiene and poor dental care. This will lead to a formation of plaque. Plaque is a sticky film composed mainly of bacteria, which is also invisible. The bacteria forms on...
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Studies have shown that infection and inflammation of the oral cavity correlates with other medical conditions, like a heart attack or dementia, and can cause serious health concerns over a period of time. Although the causes and effects between oral health and health conditions are not yet...
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According to a new study published in the Journal of Natural Products, licorice, the main ingredient in candy, may help to keep tooth decay and gum disease at bay. Teeth protection is provided by the compounds found in the dried root of licorice plant. Chinese licorice, found in northern mainland...
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A number of recent reports show that overuse of denture creams and other products leads to nerve damage. The major reason behind this damage is zinc poisoning from the products. Zinc is an important mineral required by the body, but the amount of zinc is usually balanced with that of copper. People...
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Dentists can actually be extremely useful to determine why patients are snoring. Many would normally ignore snoring, as it has often been pushed aside as a "joke". But, in reality, it should be a cause of concern.A worrying fact about snoring is that people take it as something normal until it is...
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