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Re: Why does hydrogen peroxide cause pain in my teeth?
 
Ayehasherayeh Views: 1,998
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Re: Why does hydrogen peroxide cause pain in my teeth?


I have had same problem. How bout that pain huh? My experience and thus my guess is that teeth with damaged enamel are cold sensitive. Hydrogen peroxide is cold and should be warmed up or mixed with warm water. When I mix it with warm water there is less pain. I also have to brush and rinse with warmish water.

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