Does less than 0.1% peroxide tooth whitening work? What scientific evidence is there to back it up?
Asked by fiacloir
And still NOBODY can give any links to scientific peer reviewed article to show if non peroxide tooth whitening works, or that ANY dentist uses them. The public are safer now that the high court has convicted an illegal tooth whitener and confined that tooth whitening IS dentistry!
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The proof of the pudding is in the eating. This is the same for many beauty products. However, it seems many non peroxide teeth whitening products state "guaranteed results or your money." I cannot think of many other cosmetic products that offer the same assurances, including very expensive wrinkle creams..
Most definitely, and there are many gels that are peroxide free, which do the job as well as hydrogen peroxide. You'll go 10 shades whether you use non-peroxide, 6% or 22%, and this is only knowledge earned over my 3 or so years doing this procedure. Besides which, Dentists themselves are only allowed to use up to 6% too. The only difference is that peroxide may last slightly longer, but, either way your teeth will last a good 8-12 months rather than 12-15 with peroxide. But, the main issue is that its safer, and not a risky for you to use a non-peroxide gel. Regards Pearl