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No matter which method you end up using to whiten your teeth: special toothpastes, over-the-counter bleaching kits, teeth whitening pens or strips, or even a visit to your dentist for an in-office whitening treatment, you may experience teeth sensitivity. In fact, teeth whitening is one of the leading culprits when it comes to teeth sensitivity. The reasons for this are many, but one stands out: the product that you use to whiten your teeth. CustMbite's Teeth Whitening Kit comes with a 30-day supply of Whitening Foam so you can experience gentle, effective teeth whitening right in your home.
Here's how teeth whitening sensitivity happens: specific peroxides (active ingredients) that are present in the majority of whitening solutions cause demineralization while also bleaching away the stains on your teeth. Demineralization opens up microscopic tubules that lead from the surface of your tooth to the center, where the nerves are located. This exposure then causes tooth sensitivity. Got all that?
Hydrogen peroxide is a particularly harsh chemical that can cause serious irritation in your mouth along with sensitive teeth. It's present in the majority of over-the-counter whitening solutions and even in-office treatments provided by your dentist. Hydrogen peroxide causes sensitivity because the demineralization process is accelerated — hydrogen peroxide's bleaching power dissipates in about an hour.
A less well-known option is carbamide peroxide. This teeth whitening solution acts just as effectively as hydrogen peroxide, but its bleaching power releases its effective ingredients over time. Carbamide peroxide takes longer to break down than hydrogen peroxide, so it keeps working steadily instead of blasting your teeth all at once with a big burst of solution. Instead, it continues to work for up to eight hours, slowing the demineralization process.
The choice between hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide is clear: in fact, a study by the Journal of Applied Oral Science shows that using a carbamide solution significantly reduced sensitivity in teeth whitening patients. That's why looking for a teeth whitening method that uses carbamide peroxide is critical if you want to avoid teeth whitening sensitivity.
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REDUCE TEETH WHITENING SENSITIVITY
While there's really no way to completely avoid peroxides, you can be proactive about the process you choose to whiten your teeth. Obviously, you want to choose a product like CustMbite's Teeth Whitening Kit that avoids hydrogen peroxide in favor of a carbamide peroxide solution. You should also look for customizable trays — after all, contact with the solution is key for effective whitening. Trays that are personalized also reduce the amount of solution that is wasted.
You should have options when it comes to your carbamide peroxide product too. If your teeth are less sensitive, you could start with a more concentrated gel. If your teeth are prone to sensitivity, a foam product with a lower percentage of carbamide peroxide could be right for you. The time you expose your teeth to the chemicals in the whitening process also has an effect on developing teeth whitening sensitivity. With a foam formula, you have the option to use it multiple times a day or even choose to wear your whitening trays overnight if you so choose. Foam formulas give you much more flexibility.
Teeth whitening sensitivity doesn't have to be a part of getting a brighter smile. Using a product like CustMbite's Teeth Whitening Kit can help you get a more radiant smile without experiencing the painful sensitivity that can come with teeth whitening. Pick up a personalized smile kit today and get that bright, clean smile you've always wanted…without developing teeth whitening sensitivity.