A new dental whitener, which is made with ingredients that help break down plaque and make it less likely to clog your teeth, is available on the market, but its ingredients aren’t as well researched and approved as its predecessors.
A recent FDA study, published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, found that it contained the same chemicals found in whitening creams, but was much more effective at removing dental plaque.
Its main ingredients are sodium carbonate, propylene glycol, glycerin, and a synthetic material called glycerine.
These ingredients are considered whitening agents and are usually added to products to help them look more natural.
Although it is a natural ingredient, it is often not well researched, so its efficacy is unknown, according to the Journal.
In fact, the researchers also noted that glycerinated whitening products are more likely to be used to whiten the lips and cheeks than regular whitening, which can be harmful for both people and animals.
There is a growing concern that this type of whitening will be sold to the public without the proper safety testing, as it is not well regulated.
The study found that people using the products, which cost about $25 to $100, are not aware that they contain ingredients that are toxic.
“People are taking these products without any information about them,” said lead author and dental hygienist Michaela Kuehn, an assistant professor at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
“It is very concerning.”
The whitening ingredient, sodium carbonatite, is added to the product for the same reason whitening cream is: to break down the bacteria and plaque that is part of dental plaque and remove it.
It is also known to help break up hard, dark plaque that clogs the mouth and can cause a painful mouth ulcer, which worsens the pain and makes it more likely for other diseases to develop.
It also helps to remove bacteria that causes gum disease, according the researchers.
Kuehn’s team found that glycolized whitening gel was the most effective of the products studied, but it did not break down all of the ingredients.
In addition, glycol-based products had the lowest efficacy compared to non-glycol-derived products.
The gel, Kuehne said, also caused a more noticeable reddish tint to the toothpaste, and it also left the gel with a whitening odor, which may be due to the way the whitening agent is applied.
“This product is definitely not an option for people with gums,” she said.
“They need to see the whitener being broken down in their teeth before they choose it.”
Researchers also found that the gel had the most significant effect on gum health, though that was not statistically significant.
“People who used this product for more than a month experienced a greater amount of gum damage than people who used non-gum products,” Kuehm said.
She said the researchers were unable to prove that it was the whiteners that caused the health problems, and they did not know how long the product would last.
The researchers also looked at the amount of whitener in the products tested.
Glycol-containing products had a higher amount of glycol than non-gel products, and glycolated products had lower amounts of glycerol than nongrecolated, non-gloss products.
As the whitened products became more popular, more consumers turned to using them, and some products were marketed as non-grecol-free.
The researchers also found some products marketed as grecol-resistant were significantly more effective than others, even after accounting for their differences in ingredients.
“The whitener that we are seeing in the market is definitely grecol free,” said Kuehhn.
“There is not enough evidence that it is grecol based.”
However, she added that other companies were using glycolate-containing whitening and glycerates in their products, even though they are not certified by the FDA.
These results indicate that there is a problem with the safety of these products and we need to be vigilant,” Kuhn said.