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asked by Captain Insano on December 30, 2010
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I am an oral cancer patient and none of my doctors has suggested that there is any connection between whitening products and oral cancer. You should be a lot more worried about tobacco/alcohol and HPV.
Paige Bucherschrank answered on November 30, 2011
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I have never heard and have used whitening strips for 12 years.
Ingrid G. answered on July 22, 2011
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The use of peroxide in the mouth has been linked to oral cancer in some studies; however, the research I've read has indicated that this was the case when peroxide was used extensively and for long periods of time. As with anything, don't overdo. I would try to limit exposure of the peroxide to your teeth, and not to your gums or tongue, etc.
Sharon Tucker answered on July 14, 2014
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No not with this product. However, in my opinion it's important that you do not brush your teeth before you use strips. It's loosens the gums allowing cleaning product to get in gums, it burns and it's painful. After removing the strips brush carefully around the gum area. I think this is the best product on the market for the price and much better than the pricey dental office procedures.
christy answered on October 26, 2014
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