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Teeth Whitening Mouthpiece (Deep Research)

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1Can I Use A Mouthguard To Whiten My Teeth?

Dr. Malmstrom: It’s not a good idea to use a mouth guard for whitening that’s not specifically fitted for your mouth by a dentist because the hydrogen peroxide could irritate your gums. If your gums are recessed and the hydrogen peroxide touches an exposed tooth root surface, this can also cause a problem.

2How Do You Clean A Whitening Mouthpiece?

Once you’ve removed them from your mouth, clean them with a soft toothbrush and water at room temperature. If you have soap then feel free, but don’t use toothpaste.

3Can You Use A Gum Shield For Teeth Whitening?

Tooth whitening involves taking moulds of your teeth and providing you with a pair of discreet gum shields (one for your upper and one for your lower teeth) which are used to apply the tooth whitening agent.

4How Can I Make My Mouthguard White Again?

Soak the night guard in distilled white vinegar for at least 30 minutes. After soaking, rinse the night guard and the bowl with water. Then soak the night guard in hydrogen peroxide for at least 30 more minutes. Once finished, rinse with water and allow the night guard to dry completely.

5How Do I Get The Yellow Out Of My Mouth Guard?

How To Remove Yellow Stains From Night Guards?
Toothpaste: Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to gently brush the night guard with a nonabrasive toothpaste.
Baking Soda: Make a paste with baking soda and water.

6Do White Mouth Guards Get Dirty?

According to a study published by American General Dentistry (AGD), mouth guards can be the breeding ground to life-threatening bacteria, yeast and mold. Germs found in mouthguards can lead to strep and staph infections, which could leave the entire team on the bench.

7How Do You Remove Calcium Deposits From Mouth Guards?

If white deposits from calcium build up on your guard, soak your retainer or mouthguard in a mixture of one cup of white vinegar and three cups of water. Let this soak for 15-30 minutes. After soaking, gently scrub with a soft toothbrush to remove the calcium. Rinse with cool or warm water.