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Are Crest Whitestrips Bad For Enamel

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    Crest 3D White Whitestrips Gentle Routine Teeth Whitening Kit, 14 Treatments
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    • 14 teeth whitening strip treatments, each with 1 upper and 1 lower strip. Apply once a day for 30 minutes
    • A comfortable at home teeth whitening experience using the same enamel-safe teeth whitening ingredients dentists use
    • Specially formulated for teeth sensitive to tooth whitening
    • Advanced Seal Technology's no slip grip stays put so you can talk and drink water while whitening teeth
    • Gently removes years of stains for a whiter smile

Are Crest Whitestrips bad for your teeth?

my mom said that crest strips take the enamel off your teeth and oher stuff. are they good or bad?


No, they will not damage the enamel. The agent used in them has been used in dentistry for many years now. If your teeth become sensitive you can use them every other day and brush with a sensitive tooth toothpaste. Sensitivity is generally temporary,


they r fine


They are fine, but they can make your teeth more sensitive.

Can I brush my teeth right after using Crest Whitestrips?

I am using the Professional Effects one, and I brush with a Sonicare toothbrush. Is this bad for my enamel?
Is using a Sonicare brush immediately after bad though?


Yes, you can brush right after, it'll take all the left over stickiness and residue from the strip off, because if it's left in the mouth for too long it'll start to burn and leave a "shock" like feeling making your teeth extra sensitive. It


probably is bad for you. I am not a hundred percent sure but I would not risk it. I use Crest white strips multicare and i put them on for five minutes. than take them off, spit out the saliva, and brush my teeth gently without toothpaste. than I rinse


Yes, you can brush right after, it'll take all the left over stickiness and residue from the strip off, because if it's left in the mouth for too long it'll start to burn and leave a "shock" like feeling making your teeth extra sensitive. It