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  2. Does Teeth Whitening Damage Enamel - Dental Care Clinic • The most common question asked by the patients to the renowned doctors at dental care clinic of Teeth whitening  is “Does Teeth Whitening Damage Enamel?” • The accurate answer to this question is “No,” it’ll not damage enamel. • Well, Human body’s hardest tissue is known as Enamel. • Hydroxyapatitecomposes this enamel, and it occurs naturally.

  3. Tiny tubules are also found in Enamel. • Doctors can view it under super magnification. • Enamel is the extreme outer layer of your teeth. • Apart from that, your tooth has three layers, dentin, pulp, and cementum. • Dentin appears beneath Enamel, and it absorbs all the stain. • The teeth whitening products after flowing through your Enamel, start lightening the stained tissue that lies under it.

  4. Now you must be wondering why? • Many people struggle with embarrassing spots and stains on their teeth, which can be caused by drinking coffee, tea or soda. • Tobacco use, natural aging, trauma to the teeth, accumulation of tartar deposits and plaque can also be a few of the many causes that can cause yellowing to the teeth. • If you’re looking for a whiter smile, here are some answers to common questions about how to get it.

  5. How does teeth whitening work? • Whitening products consist of either carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide said dental care clinic. • The purpose of these bleaches is to break deep stains into smaller, more manageable sections. • There are many teeth whitening options, and they vary in price and duration. • Some of the options are in-office bleaching, at-home bleaching from your dentist, over-the-counter bleaching products and stain removal toothpaste.

  6. Which whitening option should I choose? • You can choose from these based on your budget, the results you want, and how much time you want to spend wearing the product. • Speak to your dentist about what option works best for you, though the most successful whitening treatments are those in the dentist office or the take-home kit we can provide at dental care clinic Are UV lights necessary for teeth whitening? • The UV light teeth whitening method has been popular among celebrities and YouTubers, but is it really beneficial?

  7. Whitening Toothpaste • Whitening toothpaste will make your smile whiter, but the results take far longer to notice and are less dramatic. • However, using whitening toothpaste in addition to bleach treatments will help of dental care clinic. Sensitivity • Ask your dental care clinic about which ones work best if you have sensitive teeth. • Even those without sensitive teeth may experience it; if you are using at-home whitening strips, you can try using them every other day instead of daily to ease your discomfort.