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Can you safely bleach teeth with Clorox?

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2015-07-15 20:53:57
2015-07-15 20:53:57

No, no, no, you can't. Neve put bleach cleaner in your mouth. If you want to bleach your teeth see a dentist or buy a bleach kit at the store.

The above poster gave you excellent advice. ONLY YOUR DENTIST should bleach your teeth! Even buying the whiteners in the stores does damage to the gums. I just asked my dentist this in November while I was having work done on my teeth.

The other teeth whiteners can eat away at your teeth, and people don't REALLY need it unless your teeth are dark yellow like me 'cause I smoke a lot.

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