Teeth Whitening Myths Busted and Common Questions Answered
Myth – Teeth Whitening ruins your tooth enamel
Not generally true! Professional Teeth Brightening product suppliers mostly use Hydrogen Peroxide or Tooth whitening gel as the active ingredients in their tooth whitener gels. The chemical Hydrogen Peroxide (HO) is a bleaching agent which converts into drinking water (HO) and releases an Oxygen molecule (O) in the process of the reaction. Both Water and Oxygen are common, safe components of our day-to-day lives.
The Oxygen allergens penetrate the rough surface of your tooth (even though they appear soft, they are microscopically challenging, rod like crystal structures) and dislodge staining debris. I love to describe this by imagining the TV commercials which show how a clothes cleansing powder with oxygen take you stains from your clothing.
The "bleach" Hydrogen Peroxide is not the same as household bleach made up of ammonia, or other low-end, acid based tooth briightening products, and can be swallowed, within limits. In fact our own physiques produce Hydrogen Peroxide the natural way! Please search practice management software for more help.
Acidic products can remove enamel from your tooth. Look for teeth process products using Hydrogen Peroxide which is pH rounded, meaning they have no, or low acidity levels. Putting acidity into point of view, you should be aware that everyday Orange Drink is shown in research laboratory studies to soften (and potentially erode) tooth enameled surface by many times greater than a professional hydrogen peroxide centered tooth whitening gel could, if used correctly.