Bleaching Causes Sensitive Teeth

Who says teeth bleaching do not have any side effects. In reality, it could cause sensitive teeth.

Due to tooth whitening, that uses active substance, three enamel that protects the teeth disappear. Causing the nerve conduit pipe and gums to be too open. That’s why the sense of pain appears when eating or drinking too hot or cold. Not to mention the damage when one’s teeth condition is not accordance with the active substance.

Beside, sensitive teeth, other effects of bleaching are making small cracks in the teeth. Although all this is long-term but slowly and surely will happen. The result will be very disturbing and damaging.

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