Does whitening toothpaste damage enamel

Does whitening toothpaste damage enamel

Many people are troubled by yellow and black teeth caused by dietary habits and improper oral cleaning. There is also concern that whitening toothpaste will damage enamel. So how should we choose toothpastes for daily oral cleaning to ensure effective stain removal and tooth whitening while avoiding damages to enamel?

Most whitening toothpastes in the market are indeed prone to harm enamel, because of the addition of inferior whitening ingredients. In general, whitening toothpastes whiten teeth via either physical or chemical approaches. Physically whitening toothpastes remove stains on tooth surface by using a large number of physical abrasives to generate fierce friction with teeth. Such violent friction will result in enamel losses. Chemically whitening toothpastes whiten teeth with chemical ingredients, most commonly hydrogen peroxide that can "bleach" teeth. Effective in tooth whitening though they are, such chemical ingredients do harm to enamel. Long-term consumption of toothpastes with such ingredients will make teeth irreversibly fragile and sensitive. Therefore, we should be meticulous in choosing whitening toothpastes.

1% Alpha Hydroxy Acid ampoule toothpaste from Hollywood celebrities’ private toothpaste brand Nobaton can effectively whiten teeth without harming enamel. The product sees the precise addition of 1% fruit acid, a gentle bionic acid that will not sensitize and erode teeth, as a major whitening ingredient. Fruit acid is 15 times more effective than such conventional whitening ingredients as baking soda and pearl essence. A key ingredient Olaflur is also added to this product. While preventing tooth decay and strengthening teeth, the added Olaflur provides a protective fluoride film for teeth to resist the impact of food pigments and bacteria as well as effectively retains white tooth color. Using the product twice a day, you can definitely see your teeth get whiter day by day. The product is suitable for long-term use, without any damage to your teeth. Therefore, 1% Alpha Hydroxy Acid ampoule toothpaste is known as the toothpaste for shining red carpet smiles and becomes a necessity for Hollywood celebrities before they go on camera. Nobaton also becomes a niche brand whitening teeth with ingredients.

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