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Across the many different whitening methods and products available, results can vary. Whether you choose a whitening gel, tray, strip, pen, or in-office treatment, consider the type of stains you have, their intensity, and the sensitivity of your teeth.
There's no reason that people with sensitive teeth can't whiten them. It's important to choose the right teeth whitening option, though. Not all whitening methods are appropriate for everyone, particularly those with sensitive teeth.
The inclusion of certain elements of a whitening kit are critical to its success, particularly if you are looking to avoid (or treat) sensitive teeth. CustMbite's Teeth Whitening Kit is an ideal choice for those with sensitive teeth, and we back that with a 100% money-back guarantee. But let's not get ahead of ourselves: let's get an overview of whitening sensitive teeth first.
Before we get started, let's address one quick thing: teeth whitening won't work miracles. There are some types of teeth stains that can't be corrected with at-home methods, such as discoloration from an impact, stains from antibiotic use, and age-related causes. Options for whitening do exist, though, and your dentist will be happy to share their opinion on them.
However, there are two kinds of stains that can be treated at home: surface stains and those that occur underneath the layer of enamel (intrinsic stains). If surface stains are the main concern, whitening toothpastes are often a popular choice. Unfortunately, whitening toothpastes work by using abrasives to scrub away stains. Over time, it wears away at the enamel, increasing the possiblity that using whitening toothpaste could cause or exacerbate sensitive teeth.
Most other stains fall under the category of intrinsic stains. These stains form due to the accumulation of stain-causing particles that have worked through the enamel. Using whitening toothpastes on intrinsic stains isn't effective, so you'll have to find a teeth whitening option for sensitive teeth that contains an active whitening ingredient. However, some active whitening ingredients can rile up sensitive teeth too.
When you're looking for information on how to whiten sensitive teeth, it can be overwhelming! All these different methods, different chemicals…you need a guide.
The most common active whitening ingredients are hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide. We'd know good ol' hydrogen peroxide's bubbles anywhere, but what's carbamide peroxide? Answer: the same thing as hydrogen peroxide, but gentler.
Your sensitive teeth appreciate that you're whitening them, but they'd also appreciate a gentle approach. Remember the way hydrogen peroxide bubbles and foams? Think of that happening on a smaller scale underneath the enamel of your teeth. HP leaves the place cleaner than when it got there, but the process is fast and brutal. This is a surefire way to irritate your sensitive nerves.
Carbamide peroxide functions exactly the same as hydrogen peroxide…but instead of an assault on tooth stains, carbamide peroxide works steadily and gently. Foam-based solutions allow the wearer to whiten their teeth more frequently, and even overnight. The way the action plateaus, allowing your teeth to gradually absorb the active ingredients to avoid causing sensitivity. It's a much better choice for those with sensitive teeth.
At CustMbite, we took all of these factors into consideration when creating our Teeth Whitening Kit. We include customizable trays that mold specifically to your bite in order to reduce the amount of solution leaking onto your delicate gums, and our Whitening Foam is an 8% carbamide peroxide solution that's appropriate for even the most sensitive of teeth. If you're looking for teeth whitening options for sensitive teeth, trust CustMbite's Teeth Whitening Kit. Pick up your own today!
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