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Does Whitening Damage Your Teeth?

Does Whitening Damage Your Teeth?
Does Whitening Damage Your Teeth?

Is teeth whitening safe?

Brightening your smile is now easier than ever with a wide selection of at-home teeth whitening products available on the market. However, many of these teeth whitening treatments contain harmful ingredients that can increase tooth sensitivity and gum irritation. Here are few other toxins to avoid when shopping for teeth whitening solutions:

  • polyethylene glycol (PEG)
  • sodium hydroxide
  • diethanolamine (DEA)
  • ammonium hydroxide

Safe Teeth Whitening Products

Whitening your teeth can be both safe and effective when applying nontoxic teeth whitening products. The Dr. Brite dentist created Natural Teeth Whitening Pens were scientifically formulated to safely whiten teeth without pain or discomfort. For best results, we recommend brushing with our whitening mineral toothpaste and following with our alcohol-free cleansing mouth rinse.

Hydrogen Peroxide for Whiter Teeth

One of the leading whitening agents in our teeth whitening pens is food grade hydrogen peroxide. It gently penetrates your tooth's enamel, which alters the tooth's color beyond its natural shade by affecting the dentin (the hard substance of the tooth that surrounds the central core of nerves and blood vessels) layer of your teeth.

Peroxide-Free Teeth Whitening 

For those with extreme sensitivity or allergies, we do offer a Peroxide-Free Teeth Whitening Pen. Made with organic coconut oil, xylitol and vitamin C, this natural teeth whitening gel quickly absorbs and whitens your teeth in just a few days. Here are a few of our insider tips to achieve your brightest smile!