How to Prevent Tooth Sensitivity With White Strips

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Preventing tooth sensitivity from whitening strips is something that you can do by making sure that you're brushing and flossing regularly. Prevent tooth sensitivity from whitening strips with help from an experienced dental professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Dr. Steven Roth from SmilesNY in New York City. And I am a cosmetic dentist there. Today, we are going to discuss how to prevent sensitivity when using whitening strips. The best ways to prevent sensitivity are to make sure that your teeth are very clean by brushing and flossing. And getting a professional dental cleaning. I would stick to whitening every other day rather then every day to diminish the contact between the whitening gel and the teeth. Using a fluoride supplement in between will help greatly. Especially at night so it can sit on your teeth all night and desensitize your teeth. The reality is most sensitivities are related to other problems such as tooth decay, gum recession and wear from grinding and clenching. So if you are experiencing sensitivity it's a good idea to get in to see your dentist. My name is Dr. Steven Roth from SmilesNy in New York City. And today we've discussed diminishing sensitivity while using white strips.


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