Sensitive Teeth After Whitening? Not If We Have Anything To Say About It!

Reviewed by  Monroe Elkin, BS PHARM., DMD

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Sensitive teeth after teeth whitening can be caused by a variety of reasons, but the top reason is using the wrong solution. Hydrogen peroxide is the active ingredient in many dentists' treatments and in at-home kits too. However, using hydrogen peroxide makes you prone to something called demineralization. This opens up microscopic channels directly to your nerves. Ouch, right?

There are definitely steps that you can take to ward off sensitive teeth after whitening. For example, using a whitening solution that contains carbamide peroxide instead of hydrogen peroxide can provide gentler whitening that's just as effective. The timing also matters. Building up to more exposure over time helps your teeth become used to the solution.

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It's never been easier to avoid sensitive teeth from whitening. At CustMbite, we're devoted to helping people uncover pain-free, dazzling teeth. With customizable trays and an unbeatable Whitening Foam that wards off sensitive teeth after whitening, we're sure you'll love the CustMbite Teeth Whitening Kit. Pick up your kit today!

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Reviewed by:

Monroe Elkin, BS PHARM., DMD

Monroe Elkin got a Bachelors of Science in Pharmacy at Brooklyn College of Pharmacy in Brooklyn, New York. He then earned a Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry at the University of Rutgers School of Dentistry in Newark New Jersey. Dr. Elkin owned and operated his own dental practices for 29 years where he specialized in treating oral injuries for athletes, fabricated custom fitted mouth guards and performed both general and trauma dentistry for athletes at Wagner College as dentist for the athletic department. He also performed cosmetic dentistry including implants, crown and bridges, bonding and endodontics. Dr. Elkin has been a part of 3 publications and has held various positions volunteering for organizations that are about sports dentistry and oral care.