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- Дата производства: 07.01.2018
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I went to the dentist today to have my teeth cleaned and during my cleaning I was asked if I use Crest 3D whitening. I said I did and asked how she could tell. Apparently, dentist are finding the little blue balls in the toothpaste stuck in patience gums! I can vouch she found 4 stuck in my gums, all of which she was able to remove and I saw with my own eyes.
However, I googled it and there are pictures showing someone who had numerous ones that were actually embedded in their gums! They really serve no purpose.. Do they think they exfoliate the teeth? New Crest 3D White is a collection of products that work together to give you a brighter smile — plus the health benefits you expect from Crest and Oral-B. Incorporate the entire 3D White collection into your daily routine for a standout smile all year long.
Crest and Oral-B offer the transformative power of a 3D White smile to people everywhere, without the confusion or trade-offs of other whitening products available today, and with the health benefits you expect from Crest and Oral-B. As the Times observed in a survey of whitening toothpastes, Crest 3D White Vivid ranked as one of the most abrasive such toothpastes on the market: Both varieties contain hydrated silica as an abrasive.
The advanced version, which comes out of the tube in two separate chambers, also has sodium hexametaphosphate, a compound that helps loosen the stains so the abrasives can do their job. Crest White Vivid ranked 17th in terms of cleaning but was the fourth-most abrasive. Anything with an RDA relative dentin abrasion score above is generally considered highly abrasive, and anything above is considered potentially damaging to enamel.
Crest White Vivid scored above Since , Crest 3D White Vivid has also been the subject of negative reviews from consumers who have reported pain, irritation, and discomfort after using it, with a number of online reviewers specifically mentioning having found blue crystals lodged under their gums some of which required dental treatment to remove: One day I noticed a strange dark spot on my gums above both of my two front teeth.
This was fairly sudden, and it was noticeable. After my husband pointed it out to me a few days later I decided to inspect further. I have used this toothpaste for over a year now, but needless to say, after my discovery I immediately discontinued using it.
Immediately upon using this toothpaste the act of brushing pushed the blue crystals under my gums. I am trying to massage them out — flossing only pushes them higher.
I threw out an almost new container out today. After using this for a few weeks, I started noticing little dark spots on a my gums in a few places. I was concerned so I went to the dentist. Turns out the little blue crystal beads from the toothpaste had gotten lodged under my gums in a few places!
He was able to get them all out some took work and others came out easily — overall not a fun experience. He advised me to throw the toothpaste out immediately and said if they had remained there, they could have caused an infection and possibly chronic Gingivitis.
Dental hygienist Trish Walraven also wrote on the DentalBuzz web site that: So has the co-hygienist in our office.
Почему у меня болят суставы?
So have many dental hygienists throughout the United States and Canada who have consulted with each other and realized that we have a major concern on our hands. I am not saying that polyethylene is causing gum problems. The colored polyethylene PE specks used in our oral care products are safe, FDA approved food additives. They are used in chewing gums and are commonly used in toothpastes. Polyethylene beads are commonly used as scrub beads e.
There is no evidence from clinical studies or from on-going monitoring to indicate that these particles persist underneath the gumline or cause harm.
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In addition, we have decided not to introduce microplastic beads into any new product category. The same products have also been the subject of a large number of positive reviews from users who have found them to be effective tooth whiteners and reported no significant problems or discomfort from using them.
As some dentists have noted, abrasive toothpastes such as Crest 3D White Vivid can cause discomfort and pain in users with sensitive teeth: Vincent Mayher, a Haddonfield, N. Unlike trays and strips that can bleach deep within a tooth, he explains, toothpastes can reach only the surface.
If a person has his or her teeth bleached, whitening toothpastes can help keep the teeth from turning yellow again, he adds.
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But Mayher also warns of potential problems. Over time, he says, an abrasive toothpaste could wear away the outer layer of enamel on a tooth, exposing the yellowish dentin beneath. Microbeads, also known as polyethylene, are commonly used as scrubbing beads in exfoliating products and are also used to impart color, like in chewing gum and toothpaste.
The polyethylene microbeads used in Oral Care applications are safe. Polyethylene is an FDA-approved food additive. Years of clinical research show no evidence of particles persisting underneath the gumline or causing harm. The microbeads are an inactive ingredient and not associated with any health risk. As affirmed by the American Dental Association, clinically relevant dental health studies do not indicate that the ADA Seal should be removed from toothpastes that contain polyethylene microbeads.
Why are Microbeads in the toothpaste in the first place? Dental professionals will attest that enjoyable toothpastes generally promote longer brushing time and thus healthier outcomes.
We do understand that preferences change, so we have begun removing microbeads from our toothpastes, and the majority of our product volume will be microbead-free by March We will complete our removal process and all Crest products will be microbead-free by March We currently have products without microbeads for those who would prefer them immediately. Are Microbeads in All Crest Toothpastes?
In those that do, we have begun removing them. In fact, the majority of our product volume will be microbead-free by March We will complete our removal process by March of , well ahead of any state legislation targets. Why are you removing it from toothpaste? While the ingredient in question is completely safe, approved for use in foods by the FDA and part of an enjoyable brushing experience for millions of consumers with no issues, we understand there is a growing preference for us to remove this ingredient.
Crest will continue to provide consumers with effective and enjoyable products which are designed to their preferences. As well, a federal law passed at the end of requires personal and beauty care product manufacturers to begin eliminating microbeads from their products by