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Can You Over Bleach Your Teeth While Whitening


Posted on 9/6/2021 by City Smiles DC
Can You Over Bleach Your Teeth While WhiteningYour age, tobacco, drinking, and eating habits can cause tooth discoloration. As a result, you might be interested in improving your smile through teeth whitening. When done at our offices and supervised by a professional, teeth whitening is a safe and effective procedure that will restore your smile. However, if you use over-the-counter whitening trays that are not safe, you could over-bleach your teeth. This poses a great risk not only to your teeth but your general health.

What Happens When You Over Bleach?


Excessive use of teeth whitening products can damage your teeth. As much as the whitening procedure hardly causes long-term effects, you can experience mild tooth sensitivity. If you experience any form of discomfort after undergoing a professional tooth whitening procedure, it could be due to the settling whitening agents. In most cases, the discomfort fades away within a short time.

On the other hand, over-the-counter whitening trays can cause over bleaching, which will impact your teeth significantly. The most common sign of over bleaching is gum irritation. If you use over-the-counter whitening trays that contain peroxide, they will irritate your gums. This will lead to sensitivity and redness. Furthermore, OTC whitening trays can cause irritation inside your mouth and throat.

Another sign of over-bleached teeth is increased sensitivity. Your teeth will become more sensitive due to corrosive chemical reagents contained in OTC whitening trays. As a result, you will be uncomfortable drinking hot or cold beverages. As much as this condition disappears after a short while, it could become permanent in some people. Therefore, it is essential to have your teeth whitened at our offices. We use highly advanced procedures that are safe and effective. The risk of damaged teeth after the procedure is non-existent. Visit our offices for more information on the dangers of over-bleached teeth.
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