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What is Teeth bleaching or Teeth Whitening :

Teeth bleaching is a process of whitening of teeth by proper measures in dental office and home also.

If you have yellowish teeth than you must go for bleaching  but before doing it you have to take proper measure to make it good for your smile and even better for your body.teeth bleaching by Dr Arora and Team

If we go little simpler Our teeth is made up of three parts. Inner most Pulp , middle dentin and outer most part is Enamel. The average enamel thickness at cusp are 2.5mm and thinnest at bottom. In bleaching process 0.05 mm of enamel thickness is bleached which results in white fresh layer underneath the outer exposed layer of enamel. So everytime you bleached, your teeth becomes thinner at some extent.

The major component of teeth bleaching gel are 10% carbamide peroxide (CP) and 35% hydrogen peroxide (HP) which are applied on the enamel surface as per the follows of manufacturer’s recommendations.

Risks In At-home Teeth Bleaching Technique

1.Hypersensitivity :

This is One major risk factor in bleaching. As Per bleaching treatment upper layer of enamel is bleached and underneath whitens layer comes out. If patient enamel is already weak or less thickens it might leads to hypersensitivity of teeth. So it is always advised to go for bleaching in dental clinic.or if you want to do it at home first go for a proper checkup.

2. Gum Irritation :

This is quite common risk in home bleaching technique. The bleaching tray is mostly of same size and some time not fit to your jaw. Extra bleaching gel will cause the harm to gums.

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You can overcome this risk by applying some Vaseline to gums and Use Limited amount of gel in bleaching tray. You Can Also ask your dentist for a custom – made tray meant only for you.

3. Over-Bleaching : 

This might thin your teeth to some extent. In proper bleaching 0.05 mm of enamel thickness is bleached and gives you whiter upper surface. Average enamel thickness at Cusps are 2.5mm and becomes thinnest at its border. If excess of peroxide ( Bleaching agent) is used it might go beyond 0.05mm and cause complications like thinning of teeth and hypersensitivity.

4. Uneven Results :

 Mostly a risk factor in at home bleaching techniques. As per the name you can guess what happens in this complication.


If  you not pouring equal amount of bleaching gel in tray so un even bleaching happens at different tooth. Means some are white and some are yellow.

5. Allergy :

Some people have allergic reactions to Peroxide or other ingredients of bleaching gel. This allergy reaction may carry to  mild to severe. Read the ingredients before using it at home.

These are some risk factors in at-home teeth bleaching technique by Dr Arora and Team. Hope you like this info. please share this info to your friends and loved ones and helps them living a healthy life. Ask your Question in Comment section or email us at consult@drarorahealthtips.com. Your Problems Our Privacy.

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