GET NOTICEABLY WHITER TEETH
If you're in pursuit of a brighter, whiter smile, you may have chosen whitening strips to get the job done. The problem is that many whitening strips use hydrogen peroxide, a chemical that can cause tooth pain in many people — even if you don't have sensitive teeth to begin with.
At CustMbite, we knew there was a better, less painful way for people to whiten their teeth. That's why we came up with the CustMbite Teeth Whitening Kit and Gentle Whitening Foam. They're made to be both effective and gentle, and they're a much smarter alternative than over-the-counter whitestrips. Let's take a look at why and how they work
When your teeth hurt after whitening strips, it's often due to the type of active ingredient. The majority of over-the-counter whitening methods use hydrogen peroxide, an effective (yet harsh) ingredient.
Hydrogen peroxide attacks stains immediately, rushing underneath tiny cracks in your enamel in order to break up stains with its volatile oxygen molecules. This happens fast! Hydrogen peroxide's effectiveness wears off after about 90 minutes maximum, but this overload of whitening power can be too much for the teeth. Aggressive whitening with hydrogen peroxide-based solutions can make teeth hurt after using whitening strips.
There are a variety of ways to treat after-whitening sensitivity, but one of the best ways is to avoid making your teeth sensitive in the first place. Using a whitening kit that's designed for sensitive teeth is your best bet. But in the case that you've already taken the plunge with whitestrips and come out with sensitive teeth, here are a couple of tips to ease your pain.
- Avoid hot and cold drinks. Hot and cold drinks can irritate your sensitive teeth, especially during the first two days after whitening.
- Use a straw. If you can't resist your morning latte, sipping your drink through a straw is an easy way to bypass your teeth. This wards off re-staining your teeth while also warding off additional pain.
- Try desensitizing toothpaste. Before and after you whiten your teeth, use a desensitizing toothpaste. This can help your teeth remain strong in the face of whitening chemicals.
- Look for a better whitening solution. Although whitestrips are easy to find, there are other ways to whiten your teeth that are much more gentle and reduce the chance of increasing your teeth sensitivity.
Using a smarter whitening solution is the key to avoiding making your teeth hurt from whitening strips. At CustMbite, the active ingredient in our Gentle Whitening Foam is called carbamide peroxide, a relative of hydrogen peroxide that works just as well with a reduced risk of making your teeth sensitive.
Like hydrogen peroxide, carbamide peroxide works by breaking up stains with oxygen molecules. The difference is that carbamide peroxide works over time instead of all at once, reducing the occurrence of irritating the sensitive nerves within your dentin. It can even be used overnight!
STOP ASKING WHY YOUR TEETH HURT AFTER WHITE STRIPS
If you're asking why your teeth hurt after whitening strips, you already know you should find a better way to go about whitening your teeth. With CustMbite's Teeth Whitening Kit and Gentle Whitening Foam, you can get the white smile you've always hoped for without causing your teeth the pain that's often caused by whitestrips. To avoid making your teeth hurt from whitening strips, pick up your CustMbite whitening products today!
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CustMbite Smile Kits provide a radiant smile for everyone. Our whitening trays, made from our patented Vistamaxx material, provides a comfortable and secure fit while our gel and foam give you a brighter, cleaner, and more radiant smile.
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