You Don’t Need To Be a chemist To Understand Carbamide Peroxide For Teeth Whitening

Posted in Health and Beauty by Admin on December 9th, 2009

You Don’t Need To Be a chemist To Understand Carbamide Peroxide For Teeth Whitening

Peroxide, that bubbly stuff used by doctors and moms to clean scrapes for years is the base chemical for this teeth whitening agent. Surprise!

Carbamide peroxide and /or Hydrogen peroxide are the two main key chemical ingredients used to whiten teeth. These are found in almost all of the tooth bleaching kits and teeth whitening products available today. The main difference between many of these products is the strength of the Carbamide peroxide gel. A general rule is that the higher the strength, the faster the results…and the greater the risks of gum damage.

Most professional whitening /bleaching gels use only a couple of different chemicals to whiten teeth: Carbamide peroxide, used for a few hours to overnight, or Hydrogen peroxide usually used for about 30 minutes a couple of times a day. (Heres where you can find more detailed information if you want to gain weight plus.)

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