How many teeth whitening kits can I use?

How many teeth whitening kits can I use?

Per their communication, using two kits per year (either back-to-back or separated by a period of time) is considered permissible when using their 3D White Classic Vivid, Glamorous White, 1 Hour Express, Gentle Routine, Shimmer White, Professional Effects or 3D White Whitestrips with Light products.

Can you overuse teeth whitening?

Using teeth whitening products too much can erode tooth enamel, leaving you with a higher risk of tooth decay. Increased tooth sensitivity: Overusing whitening products can cause your teeth to become more sensitive to cold and hot temperatures, making it unpleasant for you to consume certain foods and beverages.

What happens if you whiten your teeth too much?

Using teeth whitening products too much can erode tooth enamel, leaving you with a higher risk of tooth decay. Translucent appearance: Applying peroxide-based whitening products too much can leave your teeth with a translucent appearance, rather than a white one.

Can you use whitening strips and toothpaste at the same time?

Yes. We recommend using Crest 3D White Radiant Mint Toothpaste while you’re whitening your teeth to help maintain your white smile.

Can teeth whitening kits damage your teeth?

“Generally speaking, whitening kits are not harmful to your teeth,” explains Dr. Greg Scheier, DDS of Scheier Dental Group. “There are, however, potential temporary sensitivities, both in the teeth and gums, that may result from the use of both over-the-counter and dentist-administered whitening kits.”

How often should I use my whitening trays?

How Often Should I Use Teeth Whitening Trays?

  1. Dentists typically recommend getting one or two professional whitening treatments per year.
  2. At-home whitening kits can be used for up to 14 consecutive days.
  3. People with sensitive teeth cannot whiten their teeth as often as others.

Can I whiten my teeth two times in a row?

Can I whiten my teeth twice in a day? It is safe for you to use tooth whitening trays four hours apart from each other. This is enough time for your enamel to recover from any minimal wear that may have been caused by the whitening gel. However, tooth whitening is more effective the longer you leave each tray in.

Does whitening your teeth damage them?

This begs the question “does teeth whitening damage the enamel?” The answer is no, teeth whitening doesn’t damage your tooth enamel. The main portion of the tooth, the dentin, is the portion of the tooth that’s responsible for your teeth’s color.

Does teeth whitening weaken your teeth?

Among the most frequently asked questions is “does teeth whitening damage the enamel?” The conclusive answer is no, teeth whitening gel will NOT damage or harm your tooth enamel. Enamel is considered the hardest tissue in the human body. Enamel consists of tiny tubules that can only be viewed under high magnification.

Is led teeth whitening bad for your teeth?

Is LED whitening safe? For the most part, it is considered safe. Sensitivity may occur with this type of teeth whitening. Sensitivity is related to the type of gel solution (bleaching agent), strength, and usage.

Is it bad to whiten your teeth over the counter?

As it turns out, reaching for those over-the-counter whitening strips could actually be damaging your teeth in unexpected ways. Emerging research released in 2019 suggests teeth whitening dangers now include damaging the tooth layer known as the dentin, a protein-rich area that binds the roots to the gum.

Which is better, professional teeth whitening or DIY?

Although both are effective and safe, we still recommend professional teeth whitening over DIY because a dentist or a professional is supervising your treatment, making sure that everything is working properly and the results are satisfactory. DIY teeth whitening treatments can be purchased from your dentist’s office or over-the-counter.

Is it safe for teenagers to whiten their teeth?

Tooth whitening has become popular with teens, and so far the procedure seems safe when used appropriately. However, caution is recommended especially for more youthful teenagers since they may still have some baby teeth that are being changed and their yet-to-be-mature adult teeth are relatively susceptible to the whitening procedures.

Can You whiten your teeth at the office?

Professional teeth whitening can be completed at the office using gels and a special light to enhance the effect. Custom-made trays are filled with a whitening gel provided by your dental professional and worn at home. Different products will require wearing the tray at different times of the day and for various lengths of time.