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carbamide peroxideの例文

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  • Carbamide peroxide has about a third of the strength of hydrogen peroxide.
  • The whitening agent is usually carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide, and strength varies.
  • Carbamide peroxide reacts with water to form hydrogen peroxide.
  • Bleaching methods generally use carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide.
  • Off-the-shelf products typically rely on a carbamide peroxide solution varying in concentration from 10 % to 44 %.
  • There are claims that carbamide peroxide is less effective than hydrogen peroxide, but also has fewer side effects.
  • Bleaching solutions generally contain hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, which bleaches the tooth enamel to change its color.
  • The agents most commonly used to intrinsically change the color of teeth are hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide.
  • In-office bleaching procedures generally use a carbamide peroxide, which breaks down in the mouth to form hydrogen peroxide, or hydrogen peroxide itself.
  • This means that a 15 % solution of carbamide peroxide is the rough equivalent of a 5 % solution of hydrogen peroxide.
  • Today, most bleaching products contain either 30-35 per cent hydrogen peroxide or a 10 per cent carbamide peroxide as the active ingredient.
  • The next cheapest method is at-home bleaching, which is done by wearing custom-made mouthpieces with a special gel that contains carbamide peroxide.
  • The use of a non-toxic chemical such as hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide for tooth bleaching has become popular in the new century.
  • The main reason for the difference in the degree of brightness between in-office and over-the-counter products is the strength of the carbamide peroxide solution.
  • The bleaching gel typically contains between 10 % and 44 % carbamide peroxide, which is roughly equivalent to a 3 % to 16 % hydrogen peroxide concentration.
  • Nite White brand comes in 10, 16 and 22 percent " carbamide peroxide equivalent " concentrations ( speed and power of hydrogen peroxide with sustained whitening activity of carbamide peroxide ).
  • Nite White brand comes in 10, 16 and 22 percent " carbamide peroxide equivalent " concentrations ( speed and power of hydrogen peroxide with sustained whitening activity of carbamide peroxide ).
  • The bleaching agent _ acceptable mixtures contain 10 percent carbamide peroxide, the equivalent of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide _ is poured into small, thin trays that are molded tightly around the teeth.
  • Carbamide peroxide is also suitable as a disinfectant, e . g . for germ reduction on contact lens surfaces or as an antiseptic for mouthwashes, ear drops or for superficial wounds and ulcers.
  • How it works : Clear plastic trays are made from molds of your teeth and filled, using a syringe, with various concentrations and combinations of hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide in a whitening gel.
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