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Bleaching kits - are they ok?

There are some teeth bleaching kits available to whiten your teeth at home. Are they ok? Have you used one?
asked in Dental Forum by SeaBlue (24 points)  

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Yes, but you do need to be careful what you choose and how you use it. Whitening strips that attach just to the teeth are generally a good bet..
answered by CherrySpeers (48 points)  
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Haven't used any of them. I am afraid to try. I usually go to dental clinics to be sure.
answered by CherrySpeers (48 points)  
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Yes, It's surely worth your time and money, talk to your dentist before you use an   tooth whitening kit. For any questions or requests contact  https://dentistsinmobileal.com. They will give you advice and practical help.
answered by DavidLee (153 points)  
edited by DavidLee
Generally, the longer you keep a stronger solution on your teeth, the whiter your teeth become. However, the higher the percentage of peroxide in the whitening solution, the shorter it should be applied to the teeth. Keeping the gel on longer will dehydrate the tooth and increase tooth sensitivity. If you need any help contact dentalsave for expert solutions.
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Generally, the longer you keep a stronger solution on your teeth, the whiter your teeth become. However, the higher the percentage of peroxide in the whitening solution, the shorter it should be applied to the teeth. Keeping the gel on longer will dehydrate the tooth and increase tooth sensitivity. If you need any help contact dentalsave for expert solutions.
answered by Joseph Pedro (30 points)  
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