How-to Whiten your teeth with Hydrogen Peroxide January 24, 2015 webadmin ⋅ whitening teeth ⋅ http://locksandlocksofhairstyles.blogspot.com/ Subscribe to our channel, and visit our blog for more fabulous hairstyles with photos and tutorials Like 0 Thanks! You've already liked this « My in-office teeth whitening experience (painful, but beautiful!) » Whiten Your Teeth On A Budget! 25 Comments caderaid100 January 26, 2014 @ 7:14 pm I wet my toothbrush with peroxide before brushing. hikaru steinitz June 6, 2014 @ 1:10 am What’s your name, you’re cute. I love you lucky slevin July 27, 2014 @ 9:10 pm Uh no no no,that stuff hurts. Dentist do NOT recommend this. This will damage your gums and lining of your mouth. Allie U August 9, 2014 @ 2:54 am lol that dude would never do this for 3 weeks. that’s why she had to photoshopped it. SO DISAPPOINTING. I WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO REAL RESULTS and btw hydrogen peroxide is recommended by my dental hygienist if and only if you mix it with water Ah Thao August 20, 2014 @ 11:27 am I tried that without water ( before viewing this video or even knowing that it exists). A little piece of my gum (under the space in my teeth) turned white for a little while. I think I had the peroxide on for about 9 seconds. I didn’t know what to do, so I washed it out immediately with luke warm then cold water. I don’t think I’m ever going to try it without water anymore. I don’t know what the white spot in my gum was, but I’m pretty sure that wasn’t suppose to be there. What I recommend is use peroxide with water as the description says. My gum and teeth feel sensitive now.. Gangrene Vagina September 9, 2014 @ 9:08 pm All these know-nothings on here talking about H2O2 causing damage to your teeth and mouth. Right on the side of the bottle, it says to “swish around in the mouth…for at least 1 minute…” and also “use up to 4 times daily…”. You all can suck it with your yellow-ass teeth. :-) TheToyReviewer October 5, 2014 @ 10:25 am She did Photoshop the teeth. I Photoshop my teeth in pictures where they look yellow. So I would know. HOWEVER this does work! Dr.Oz says to do it. The bottle says to do it. And so does the liberating site. http://www.livestrong.com/article/15795-whiten-teeth-peroxide/ Jerry wilson October 6, 2014 @ 3:19 pm Hey, What is wrong with yellow or stained teeth ? My teeth have been stained for 70+ years & no one has asked me why I don’t have movie star/ model teeth . I brush twice a day !! vain, vain, vain !!!!!!!!! LOL BurntFaceMan October 6, 2014 @ 9:41 pm She failed to mention you should hold a UV light to your teeth for 10-12 hours after wards for best results… Eric E October 16, 2014 @ 9:56 pm its photoshopped the glare on the lip is identical in both pictures! Avery Alma October 19, 2014 @ 7:57 am what percent is it? TheMattboi October 21, 2014 @ 7:14 am If you do this too often for more than a period of over 6 months you could get a hairy tongue. Look it up, my girlfriends mom is a dentist and showed me pictures of it. She said at most do it twice a week. damien wiley October 25, 2014 @ 10:32 pm all you have to do is use it like mouthwash forget the Q tip yoo hashi October 30, 2014 @ 1:00 am Basic middle school science hydrogen peroxide can kill you. Why would it kill if you ingest enough of it? Well you should realize that once it is in the blood stream it diffuses blood and oxygen from each other. Meaning you will suffocate to death. From the inside and you will gasp for air not being able to get any O2 to the body. :/ Troy Bateman October 31, 2014 @ 9:13 am i looked up the bottle she is using, its called hydroden peroxide topical solution by Swan and for those wondering what percent it was (like i was) its 3% Priscilla Maddox November 14, 2014 @ 12:29 am It does work but it also makes your teeth very sensitive. JackieJacks November 15, 2014 @ 11:53 am wat strength was that HP?35%? TheCrippledCrow November 17, 2014 @ 10:16 pm Your gums WILL get a bit stingy tingly, but that is usually because it’s cleaning between your teeth and there’s probably a small infection, such as gingivitis. Now before anyone starts freaking out, 90% of the population suffer from it, just in a mild form to where it’s kept under control. Peroxide helps get rid of it. Lameborghini November 26, 2014 @ 12:00 pm God it was photoshopped. All the glares are in the exact same spot Angela Weaver November 28, 2014 @ 11:49 pm It works. I have been doing it for years. I smoke and drink coffee, but people always comment on my bright white teeth. I use a shot glass, half water and half 3% peroxide, swish for thirty seconds, then brush. I do it twice a week, and the dentist said keep doing it. My teeth are super healthy. Noor Ameera November 30, 2014 @ 5:06 am I bought a bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide with 6% concentration. It mentioned on the bottle that u can use it as mouthwash when you pour a tablespoon of it into a half tumbler of water. I am a bit skeptical with this, since most articles Ive read mentioned that only H202 of concentration 3% is safe to be used. But of course if I follow the instructions given on the bottle it will be become diluted isn it? But im still not sure what concentration it will be post-dilution. So please anyone? What do you guys think? I seriously need to whiten my teeth:( Sinbreaker December 8, 2014 @ 10:23 pm I’ve using peroxide for years as a mouth wash. Great way to fight bad breath, but it won’t give you bleach white teeth. You will be able to get to week 3 color though. Just went to the dentist and he thought I bleached my teeth. Jade Rahl December 19, 2014 @ 5:34 pm Dilute or it will eat your gums… po3tik1 January 11, 2015 @ 3:52 am Don’t do this! Research shows that it can penetrate the tooth enamel and dentin and reach the very inner tooth chamber called the dental pulp. Hydrogen peroxide has low molecular weight and the ability to destroy proteins, which facilitate diffusion through enamel and dentin. The dental pulp is where the blood vessels and nerves of each tooth reside, which makes this area particularly sensitive. A unique class of cells, called Odontoblasts also reside in the periphery of the dental pulp area, which support the teeth by depositing new dentin layers throughout your life and are also believed to play a protective/reparative role in response to dental carries or other environmental factors that harm teeth. The problem with hydrogen peroxide is that it has a cytotoxic effect on the dental pulp cells, which means that it literally kills them. A study published in 2013 in the Journal of Endodontics shows that even low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide trigger molecular mechanisms in pulp cells, which activate programmed cell death. If you are using Hydrogen peroxide on your teeth – you are slowly destroying your teeth (even if it does temporarily make it look whiter) and the first signs of that are tooth sensitivity! Anthony G January 23, 2015 @ 7:16 pm What percentage should u get?