I was in the dental office recently for a routine dental visit.
As usual, I had a long-term appointment to fix a dental condition.
But this time, I wanted to treat my teeth, which had developed a nasty condition after I started taking my tooth whitening product, Nivea Whitening lotions, two months ago.
The whitening gel that comes in the box doesn’t have any vitamins, minerals, or herbal ingredients.
So I was wondering if the gel had any anti-inflammatory properties.
So, I decided to try it.
But after I used it for a while, I began to notice a few side effects.
The gel seems to be working on some of my teeth but not others.
My white teeth began to darken in places.
They began to look white in spots.
And when I put more gel on my teeth and tried to whitening them again, I got a bit of a red blotch on my toothbrush.
When I tried to put the gel back on, the yellow blotch disappeared.
What’s going on?
Why does NiveA Whitening gel leave my teeth yellow?
There are a few things that may be causing this.
For one thing, there is a pH level that determines how quickly a product works.
Nive a whitening Gel is a low pH product, which means that it doesn’t do much.
However, the pH of your teeth varies a lot from person to person.
If your pH is low, your tooth will be very alkaline, meaning that it will take on the appearance of white.
The pH of the teeth of people with high pH levels is about 8.5.
If you have low pH, your teeth will be alkaline.
This can make the whitening gels hard to use because they’ll stain the toothbrush bristles.
This causes the teeth to stain and the gel to appear yellow.
However that can’t be all that bad.
If the pH is high, the whiteners will take longer to work.
If it takes longer, it can make your teeth look white.
If that happens, then you may have a calcium imbalance.
This imbalance means that your body doesn’t produce enough calcium in your teeth.
This is why it can cause whitening problems, especially if you have a high level of calcium in the body.
For more information about the pH level, check out our article about the chemical makeup of your toothbrush and brush bristles .
Another thing that’s going to make your whitening products yellow is that they contain a chemical called glycerin, which can be poisonous if it’s in contact with the teeth.
It also can cause problems with the gums.
When glycerine is present in your mouth, it irritates your gums and can lead to tooth decay.
Glycerin is a component of the toothpaste that you use.
When you use toothpaste, it’s sprayed into the mouth.
The glyceric acid in the toothpastes, called glycolic acid, can irritate the gingival membrane (the lining of the mouth), and that irritates the gills.
This leads to inflammation and tooth decay .
Glycolic acids are also a part of the whitener ingredients in the gel.
When a toothbrush comes in contact in your mouths, it rubs against your gingiva, the opening in your gum.
This allows the glycoline to rub against the ggingival membrane, which in turn irritates and damages your gills, which makes it hard for your gins to absorb the toothbrushes.
These symptoms are similar to those caused by a calcium deficiency.
So even though the gel has no vitamins or minerals, it may be contributing to the problem.
What can I do about it?
There’s no simple solution to whitened teeth.
However there are a couple of things you can do to make them look better.
First, if you’re having any of these symptoms, you may want to see your dentist.
If he or she says you have any of the above symptoms, your dentist may be able to fix it.
If so, your next step is to get your tooth whitener and brush remover out of your mouth.
Make sure you’re using one that doesn’t contain any ingredients that could cause tooth decay or tooth irritation.
If they’re the same as the ones in Nive A Whitening Gel, then your dentist will probably be able or able to give you a new toothbrush with that one.
But, if your dentist doesn’t think you have enough of a problem, you should call the dental insurance company.
If this doesn’t work, you can try to get NiveBuddy to send you a box of toothpaste with NiveCup, NIVEBuddy’s whitening cream, in the mail.
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