cimb trading system In-office or home whitening treatments often result in temporary sensitivity to cold, hot, air, and sweets, lasting twenty-four to forty-eight hours from the last whitening session. This is normal and should not be a cause for alarm if the treatment was conducted responsibly and as directed by Dr. Dargham and her team. Mild tissue or gum irritation is also possible, resolving uneventfully within a few days.
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dating websites do\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s and don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ts Fluoride gels are available by prescription for direct application on the teeth surfaces, or via the same whitening tray used to bleach the teeth. Fluoride minerals act to remineralize the treated enamel and reduce sensitivity.
watch Please contact our office at (305) 858-0505 for the Coconut Grove location or at (305) 572-1600 for the Biscayne Boulevard location should your sensitivity persist or worsen with time.