Before you start whitening your teeth, you should consider that there is a small danger unless you are using toothpaste. Both professional and home treatment expose you to a reduced risk of oral cancer either in the gums or tongue. The dangers of these days, fortunately are very small. The biggest problem is likely to encounter with the treatment at home is very sore teeth and gums. Just be prepared for the discomfort for about a month due to tooth enamel is stripped and bleached. If you already have sensitive teeth, it may be wise to consult a professional before starting treatment. Brushing teeth whitening treatments work? That's a question I have asked a couple of times recently.
From my research, it seems to work a little, but probably would be my choice of whitening disadvantaged. It is the easiest method,?. .. Just brush in sight and leave immediately, white teeth. Unfortunately, it is so simple its saliva, as teeth and parts of the formula is rubbed off leaving an uneven result. Many of the shrubs of the products also contain glycerin, which leads to extreme sensitivity. Educate yourself with thoughts from Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr.. If you are considering treatment at home, I tend to favor the home teeth whitening kits that use a mouth tray and a special gel. New products available to allow the trays to be molded to fit your teeth perfectly.
Sometimes I think you "get what you pay, but the Home kits do whiten teeth for far less than it would for a professional treatment. But do not expect to look in the mirror and see a result of Extreme Makeover! Two of the most common varieties are Crest whitening strips and Colgate Simply White. Crest Whitestrips are nearly invisible adhesive strips that are used twice daily for 30 minutes at a time. Colgate Simply White Night is a gel that you brush your teeth before bed. Researchers have found that both methods work, however users often do not receive benefits of their whitening kits is because they no longer use before the recommended time. So if you get any of these methods of whitening a try? Stick with it. Beware of home treatments such as lemon juice. It is an acid and can damage teeth and can cause cavities and irreparably damaged tooth enamel. The reason seems that the lemon juice for teeth whitening is that it makes your teeth lose calcium (which gives teeth some of their white color). Calcium is an important component of healthy teeth, and once lost, the teeth become very susceptible to decay. DO NOT use lemon juice for bleaching. Author Antony Wilton is an Australian who has been investigating the teeth whitening and other procedures for a number of years. Periodic reports are available on its popular Web site