How do I whiten teeth if they are so sensitive?
Nothing makes you feel greater than a bright, confident smile. Sometimes while trying to achieve this smile through whitening products you experience sensitivity and you may second guess if it's worth it. Tooth sensitivity can give you the feeling of a sharp shock of pain in your teeth as a response to exposure to cold air or water. This experience often will prevent you from being compliant and completing a proper whitening regimen, not allowing you to achieve the results you want.
White Birch Activated White Charcoal is well below the recommended ADA limit of 250 and FDA limit of 200. Clinical studies show White Birch is less abrasive than many leading whitening brands and has a Relative Dentin Abrasivity (RDA) of 45. The abrasiveness is very low; therefore sensitivity is reduced. Many of our White Birch Whitening Toothpaste users have reported that this is the only whitening product they have been able to use because it causes little to no sensitivity. They love it because it whitens or keeps their teeth white without all the discomfort. White Birch has been clinically tested to whiten your teeth 2+ shades in 14 days and 4+ shades in 28 days.