at-home tooth bleaching

at-home tooth bleaching

The lightening or whitening of discolored teeth, using a bleaching gel. Carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide are common bleaching agents used for this purpose in concentrations ranging from 3% to 25%. Treatment must be carefully monitored to avoid overbleaching and damage to surrounding soft tissue.

CAUTION!

Bleaching agents must not be placed on exposed root surfaces or soft tissue.
See also: tooth bleaching
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The popularity of at-home tooth bleaching systems gained momentum in 1989, following a published research study in Quintessence International, by Harald O.
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She offers a range of cosmetic procedures, such as porcelain veneers or convenient at-home tooth bleaching.