Question: Does teeth whitening damage your teeth?

This begs the question “does teeth whitening damage the enamel?” The answer is no, teeth whitening doesnt damage your tooth enamel. The main portion of the tooth, the dentin, is the portion of the tooth thats responsible for your teeths color.

What are the risks of teeth whitening?

What are the risks of teeth whitening? No matter what treatment you use, theres a chance your gums will be sensitive to the chemicals used in teeth whitening, particularly if you already have sensitive teeth. Theres also a chance of burns to gums and some of the whitening kits used at home can harm tooth enamel.

Can too much whitening damage teeth?

Excessive teeth whitening with bleach may lead to tooth erosion. If your teeth are over-exposed to bleaching agents, this may cause the enamel that protects your teeth to be destroyed. This can result in long-lasting oral health issues such as tooth decay and fracture, and lead to quite a lot of pain.

Is teeth whitening good or bad?

Tooth whitening is usually safe for teeth. Most genuine tooth whitening products contain hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide. Higher concentrations (only available through dentists) are more effective, with longer lasting whitening.

How can I restore my teeth enamel naturally?

These simple steps can help ensure your enamel remains strong:Brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste such as Crest Gum & Enamel Repair.Brush for the dentist-recommended two minutes.Try brushing in between meals when possible.Floss at least once a day.Rinse with a fluoride-infused, remineralizing mouthwash.

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