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The Controversy of Dental Whitening

The Controversy of Dental Whitening

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Teeth whitening services in spas and salons has become a common option for consumers, but remains controversial. Some states allow teeth whitening only by a licensed dentist, stating that performing teeth whitening is actually performing dentistry.
I believe that there are issues of safety and potential medical risks that might not be addressed whenever teeth whitening is performed without the professional knowledge or supervision of dentist. Though the cost of the procedure may be substantially less at a beauty spa or salon, the risk could be end up being much more costly.

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