Whitening bad for gums?

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 04/23/2014 09:00 AM

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johnbell394

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If you want to keep your teeth white and strong then you have must brush your teeth at least two times in a day with the medicated and branded toothpaste and brush. Don't use child water and this is must you should have to follow teeth whitening tips by which you can keep safe your teeth.



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 02/07/2014 07:53 AM

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It is entirely appropriate to whiten your teeth with receded gums. Use a strong Fluoride toothpaste (Fluoridex) prior to and during the treatment for a minimum of 1 week. Keep in mind any exposed root surface will not whiten, only the enamel.



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 01/28/2014 01:27 AM

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 10/02/2013 01:43 AM

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Originally posted by: Genemyers
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Originally posted by: AmariT

I've always had weak gums, and 10+ years ago a dentist told me not to use whitening toothpaste because it's bad for gums. I've never questioned this and in all that time have very carefully sought out nonwhitening toothpaste (a task that has become increasingly more difficult as the years have passed). But it seems to me that in 10 years, a lot can change. Whitening tootpaste may be made of entirely different ingredients now than it was when I was told not to use it. So, here are my questions:

Is whitening toothpaste bad for gums?

And, if so, why?


Whitening tooth paste are not bad but for the poeple with more sensitive teeth it is more abrasive. Whitening tooth paste helps to prevent additional staining because of its abrasiveness. There are many tooth brands available now and they are really improving the composition of the right content in the toothpaste.
It is also true that people with sensitive teeth should be careful before using tooth paste. A medical dental checkup is must after every 1 or 2 months to know the condition of your teeth. Diamond Bar dentists recommend using simple tooth paste because whitening tooth paste is not suitable for every one and as you discussed that it can damage your gums if your teeth are more sensitive.


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 09/20/2013 01:16 AM

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Genemyers

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Originally posted by: AmariT

I've always had weak gums, and 10+ years ago a dentist told me not to use whitening toothpaste because it's bad for gums. I've never questioned this and in all that time have very carefully sought out nonwhitening toothpaste (a task that has become increasingly more difficult as the years have passed). But it seems to me that in 10 years, a lot can change. Whitening tootpaste may be made of entirely different ingredients now than it was when I was told not to use it. So, here are my questions:

Is whitening toothpaste bad for gums?

And, if so, why?


Whitening tooth paste are not bad but for the poeple with more sensitive teeth it is more abrasive. Whitening tooth paste helps to prevent additional staining because of its abrasiveness. There are many tooth brands available now and they are really improving the composition of the right content in the toothpaste.
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 08/15/2013 07:04 AM

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harry_lloyd

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Due to high potency chemical, whitening soda is harmful for your gums. We must vsit a dentist before trying any toothpaste because it can be harmful. Your dentist can recommend you according to your dental condition otherwise it will be useless for you. I liked the information that you people shared over here and nice tips as well.


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 07/23/2013 09:44 AM

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Jennifernew

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All toothpastes helps to remove surface stain through the action of mild abrasives. Whitening toothpastes contain polishing or chemical agents, rather than bleaches, to improve tooth appearance by removing surface stains. They do this through gentle polishing, chemical chelation, or some other non-bleaching action. They don't actually whiten your teeth. Instead, they contain an abrasive that grinds away stains on the enamel, making your teeth seem brighter. So, it is preferable not to use prefer tooth whitenning toothpaste.


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 11/02/2012 01:10 AM

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JackD

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I think you should give this toothpaste a try! It may be more expensive but if it achieves the results you want, the cost will be worth it. =)
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 10/12/2012 08:04 AM

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walterharis

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Cleaning teeth and whitening teeth's with hydrogen peroxide is a best solution. But overeating/ overuse of evething is dangerous. as hydrogen peroxide is an acid.
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 08/20/2012 01:33 AM

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healthysmile143

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Tooth whitening can be achieved in two ways because it has a natural color.But gums whitening is not easy so it has no color; only wash. A product can bleach the tooth. That means it actually changes the natural tooth color, ideally the tooth whitener should not contact the root structure that is exposed from recession. The paint on treatments immediately washes off the teeth; the strips are not customizable.


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 07/07/2012 06:26 AM

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peters23

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Teeth whitening products are only to gums when you use them regularly. It can damage your teeth and gums. Teeth whitening products are too abrasive so too much use of it can damage your teeth enamel and make your gums sensitive.


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 09/09/2011 07:39 AM

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lisabrowndentist

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Not in evert case. For this you need to consult and get it done from the expert only. Reason could be anything like, a new hand and knoledge can ruin your expectation.

So take care all this factors.


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 04/19/2010 10:52 AM

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hillaryhoffman

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I think that whitening toothpaste can be bad for gums, depending on which brand you pick - some are harsher and more abrasive than others. This article recommends using a soft toothbrush and gentle strokes. Also, if you have very sensitive gums, you may want to avoid a peroxide-containing formula.

I read somewhere that Sensodyne Extra Whitening toothpaste is a good choice for people with sensitive teeth and gums. I'm interested in trying it, but it's a bit more expensive than my normal, non-whitening toothpaste. Does anyone have experience with the Sensodyne toothpaste? Does it work as well as they claim? Is it worth the extra cost?

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 04/13/2010 09:52 AM

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AmariT

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I've always had weak gums, and 10+ years ago a dentist told me not to use whitening toothpaste because it's bad for gums. I've never questioned this and in all that time have very carefully sought out nonwhitening toothpaste (a task that has become increasingly more difficult as the years have passed). But it seems to me that in 10 years, a lot can change. Whitening tootpaste may be made of entirely different ingredients now than it was when I was told not to use it. So, here are my questions:

Is whitening toothpaste bad for gums?

And, if so, why?

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