(Closed) Teeth whitening for sensitive teeth

posted 9 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

I use sensitive toothpaste when I am whitening my teeth. Start using it about a week before you use the strips to build up protection.

Post # 4
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Newbee

I use a sensitive toothpaste with whitening then everytime I brush I put baking soda on my brush and brush and then use whitening strips about twice a week. you can also use peroxide with water. I do all these and my teeth are really white. I hopethis helps!

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

AH!

Baking soda probably isn’t helping your teeth.

The form of the crystal makes it great for removing stains. Ever notice how gritty it feels? Pour some baking soda on a sponage and clean your bathroom skin, it will surely shine.

Probably better off just using the toothpaste for sensitive teeth by itself. 

 Follow irishgirls advice, use the senstive toothpaste for a week before trying a strip. And you might want to try the package of Crest strips that have those amount of strips, as I think they aren’t as strong and therefore contain more strips as opposed to the 7 day package.

But if things still hurt it is probably time to get in to the dentist. You might have some other probably like an exposed root, a crack, or maybe you just have super sensitive teeth. 

There are options and even long term treatments (veneers) that could help ease your pain.

 

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