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  1. Arti says:

    Not all patients are candidates for in-office teeth whitening. Not all patients are candidates for in-office teeth whitening. If you have been diagnosed with gum disease or have sensitive teeth, the stronger peroxides used in the dental office can aggravate your condition. If you have been diagnosed with gum disease or have sensitive teeth, the stronger peroxides used in the dental office can aggravate your condition. Not everyone can benefit from our take-home teeth whitening. Not everyone can benefit from our take-home teeth whitening. For example, discoloration from a root canal cannot be whitened because it starts inside of the tooth rather than on the outer enamel. For example, discoloration from a root canal cannot be whitened because it starts inside of the tooth rather than on the outer enamel. New crowns & veneers are an alternative option for teeth that cannot be whitened with peroxide. New crowns & veneers are an alternative option for teeth that cannot be whitened with peroxide. Stains on crowns, veneers or bonded teeth will not respond to whitening treatments. Stains on crowns, veneers or bonded teeth will not respond to whitening treatments. You may be better off with a custom take-home whitening kit that is designed to avoid contact with your gums & has a lower concentration of peroxide. You may be better off with a custom take-home whitening kit that is designed to avoid contact with your gums & has a lower concentration of peroxide. a few stains can’t be fixed with whitening gel. a few stains can’t be fixed with whitening gel.

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