Due to the risk of swallowing and a lack of experience, we generally label all of our products with the note “Not suitable for children under 5 years”. The responsibility whether our products are used in children rests with the legal guardian. We think it makes sense to contact a dentist in advance and get a medical assessment before you bleach your child's teeth at home.
The deciduous teeth present in children's teeth are replaced by the permanent teeth over time. In the vast majority of cases, bleaching in children is not necessary either when they are milk teeth or after they have changed their teeth, and it is sometimes associated with unnecessary stress.
Discoloration is less common in children because a) children hardly consume luxury foods that stain them (tea, coffee, red wine, tobacco) and b) children's teeth are still young and discoloration usually occurs over several years. If there are problems with oral hygiene, it is best to discuss this with the dentist and try out various medical and / or psychological solutions.
Although our home bleaching products are safe to use with children too, we advocate starting treatment only from adolescence and as required.
Alcohol is a very popular and frequently used luxury food in Germany and in the rest of Europe. It comes in the form of wine, liqueurs, beer, liquor, whiskey and many other guises. Alcohol is often drunk to get into a relaxing and happy intoxication. It is well known that alcohol has numerous negative effects. Today we will talk about the special effect of alcohol on the oral flora and how it throws it off balance.
You have just tried our OnlySmile teeth whitening set and now you want your teeth to stay white for as long as possible. That's why you're wondering if there is a diet that will keep your teeth white and delay renewed discoloration for as long as possible. This diet actually exists and it willwhitening diet" called. Here you can find out what this bleaching diet looks like and how your teeth stay white.
Many people often complain about sensitive teeth. The simplest stimulus is enough to produce a flash of pain. Not infrequently, these symptoms are associated with great discomfort and bring with them a high level of suffering for the people affected. Today we will talk about the causes and solutions for pain-sensitive teeth.