Are Crest Whitestrips Safe For Enamel?

by admin on September 6, 2011

whitening stripsOne of the biggest misconceptions that is associated with teeth whitening is the myth that whitening strips, including crest Whitestrips, will erode the enamel on the surface of the tooth.

Using white strips can help to remove the enamel from the teeth without eroding the enamel and therefore providing the user with an easy and safe way to remove stains from smoking, red wine and other oral hygiene habits that may affect the brightness of the smile.

Crest Whitestrips are found online, in supermarkets, drug stores and retail stores throughout the country and are regulated for the ingredients and concentrations of ingredients that are found in the Whitestrips that are applied to the teeth.

Crest Whitestrips are available in a number of varieties and concentrations. Ensuring that the concentration of Whitestrips is chosen based on the whitening needs, but also that the Whitestrips are a low concentration of whitening ingredients can be an effective way to preserve the enamel of the teeth for those that are concerned about the loss of enamel from the smile.

There have been extensive tests completed to ensure that Crest Whitestrips are safe for the teeth and will not erode the enamel.

To ensure that the teeth remain safe however, there are multiple steps that users can take as precautions. Erosion of the enamel can be avoided by using toothpaste that promotes a healthy smile through the protection of the enamel of the teeth while using Whitestrips is the most effective way to ensure that the smile remains bright and healthy too.

They are an easy way to whiten the smile, and safe. Be sure to follow the instructions on the packaging of the Whitestrips to ensure that the user is going to brighten the smile without posing any risks to the teeth.

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Roger Klakas December 26, 2011 at 9:31 am

I have not had any enamel issues with Crest 3D white strips, I’ve experienced some real positive results!

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