The overwhelming majority of dentists offer
vital bleaching, and in some dental practices, a significant portion of
patients have undergone peroxide-based bleaching. Peroxide is the ingredient
of choice, either as hydrogen peroxide, or with urea as carbamide peroxide.
Concentrations of up to 38% hydrogen peroxide are used alone or in
combination with various agents for tooth bleaching.
Treatment may be administered in-office, at home, or, increasingly, via
some combination of in-office and at-home treatment. Patient age, the
degree and type of discoloration, and other factors affect the whitening
response. Irrespective of the approach, peroxide concentration and contact
time are recognized as contributing to the whitening process.
Surely the most important questions you are asking yourself are; which ones are clinically proven and safe and won’t harm my teeth and which ones will give you the results I’m looking for?
Denta Seal is a unique toothpaste of complex action.
Hydroxyapatite, one of the components of the paste, is known for its ability to fill microcracks of the enamel, strengthens and restores its mineral balance.
When used regularly, the paste may help reduce the risk of caries, gives fresh and pleasant breathing. Fluoride Free.