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i know this is a mad question but, i was wondering, if there is such a thing as enamel which can be painted on teeth- a bit like correction fluid!
my teeth are a bit yellow, i have had them whitened but they develop massive sensitivity as the enamels a bit thin-- so was just wondering if there is any paint on enamel which would strengthen teeth and make them whiter simultaneously?
if not , could someone please hurry up and invent some--!!!!
Hey I saw your post. I'm in the dental field. It is very common to have sensativity when bleaching your teeth. You should use a fluoride rinse when you are done and try to use it for less time. The peroxide in the bleach opens up the microtubules that go to your nerves which causes the pain. The fluoride will "fill'in the holes. There is no tooth paint. You can only bond them with a composite type material or get veneers. I would try again. You can also get a different strength. Good luck
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