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By BLEACH Gum - / Sunday 22 July 2018 15:00 /
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By  Lil Mouse Isa  |  21

Teeth bleaching is the worst thing you could do to your teeth and gums. If you want whiter teeth, make a dentist appointment for a proper teeth cleaning. There's no short cuts to decent dental hygiene.

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By  Lil Mouse Isa  |  21

Teeth bleaching is the worst thing you could do to your teeth and gums. If you want whiter teeth, make a dentist appointment for a proper teeth cleaning. There's no short cuts to decent dental hygiene.

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  mcdgaf  |  14

Actually tooth whitening isn't terrible for you, your teeth, or your gums if done properly in a dental office. Proper oral hygiene does not lift stains, it just prevents gingivitis and cavities, a cleaning is called a prophylaxis because it's preventative, as the word implies. Proper whitening is gone with a gingival barrier in offices. The worst to happen is sensitivity which, in the worst cases, can last a month, the norm is a couple days. I work in the field, have used in office whitening on multiple patients, and have never had inferior results with proper application.

By  boopingsnoot  |  23

Tooth enamel, the outer layer, is white.
The dentin beneath it is naturally yellow.
Tooth bleaching works by dissolving a tiny amount of (presumably) stained enamel.
If the enamel is thin, the yellow of the dentin shows through.
You REALLY should’ve consulted a dentist before stripping all the enamel off your teeth.

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