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Is teeth whitening safe?

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Teeth whitening itself is not dangerous, but the demineralization of your enamel can have an effect on the future of your teeth (primarily resultant of whitening strips). It is strongly recommended that you consult with a dentist before whitening your teeth, as their could potentially be other maladies your teeth are experiencing that might cause a greater degree of sensitivity, etc. Brushing after every meal, not smoking, and limiting consumption of coffees and teas is the best way to keep your teeth a whiter luster.
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Extensive research has been conducted on whitening products to ensure they are completely safe for your teeth and surrounding gum tissue with the only notable side effect being some sensitivity to hot and cold. This will usually subside several hours after completing your treatment. A very small percentage of patients may experience a dull ache; this can be treated with an over the counter pain relief medication. At smile@norwest, we have carefully selected the whitening treatment products we choose to provide to ensure you receive the safest and most rigorously tested available. If your sensitivity continues, you should stop treatment for several days. Often use of a desensitising toothpaste can relieve the problem. If you have any further concerns, consult with one of our dental team members before recommencing treatment. more
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Absolutely. We bet you didn't know that teeth whitening, in some form, has been around since the 1700s. Modern whitening uses safe and effective bleaching gel to melt away stains and discoloration. Choose from Zoom! Whitening in our Flemington dental office or convenient take-home teeth-whitening kits. more
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Absolutely! Decades of research have proven bleaching and other tooth whitening methods to be both safe and effective. Tooth whitening is considered by many dentists as the safest cosmetic dental procedure. more
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Absolutely. We bet you didn't know that teeth whitening, in some form, has been around since the 1700s. Modern teeth whitening uses safe and effective bleaching gel to melt away stains and discoloration. Choose from Zoom! Whitening in our office or convenient take-home teeth-whitening kits.
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Teeth whitening is a very safe, noninvasive procedure. Zoom!® teeth whitening utilizes a safe, peroxide-based solution and a special, low-heat light to remove stains and discoloration.
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YES! Decades of research have proved that bleaching and other teeth whitening methods to be both safe and effective. Tooth whitening is considered by many dentists and patients alike, as the safest cosmetic dental procedure. There is no literature that we have found that says that there is any structural or irreversible damage to the tooth structure what so ever. more
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Yes. Supervised whitening is a common procedure. Some may experience mild temporary tooth sensitivity. more
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Absolutely. We bet you didn't know that teeth whitening, in some form, has been around since the 1700s. Modern whitening uses safe and effective bleaching gel to melt away stains and discoloration. Choose from Zoom! Whitening in our office or convenient take-home teeth-whitening kits. more
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YES! Studies show from the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD Impact, April 1998, p.23) "Several studies, during the past five years, have proven bleaching to be safe and effective". A small percentage of people may experience some tooth sensitivity and gum irritation, which disappears once you stop using the product or by decreasing the amount of time you bleach your teeth. If sensitivity occurs we recommend that you brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste this will eliminate any sensitivity. more
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