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Carbamide Peroxide Teeth Whitening Gel

Posted on August 29th, 2010 by walle in Hydrogen Peroxide Teeth Whitening | 0 comments
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There are numerous chemical products out in the market whose sole purpose is the whitening of teeth. These products usually come in the form of gel or paste and even powder or liquid. Out of these many substances available, the carbamide peroxide teeth whitening gel seems to be the most effective and well preferred by a great many individuals. Compared to other gels made for the same purpose, carbamide peroxide proves to be most efficient in producing positive and outstanding results.

The chemical which make up carbamide peroxide teeth whitening gel is also known as urea peroxide which is actually an oxidizing agent. This agent consists of hydrogen peroxide joined with urea. The chemical carbamide peroxide is most often associated with dental procedures such as bleaching of teeth which oxidizes the stains and therefore makes it easy to remove or wash away.

The carbamide peroxide teeth whitening gel  also acts quickly as results could be quite noticeable even with only around five times of application. The whitening results are also almost permanent lasting for several month or even years. If the teeth are exposed to various stain causing elements such as strong liquids or smoke, stain can and will definitely get back but it only takes minimal effort to regain the white color by using this special compound. This product is also proven safe by several studies during the years even to those with very delicate teeth or gums. Although some amount of irritation may occur to those who have responsive gums, it is only temporary and quite bearable. Though this product offers a quick and easy way to whiten your teeth, nothing can beat prevention which can be done by simply cleaning your teeth as much as possible.

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