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Besides being a multitalented actress and singer, Zooey Deschanel is famous for her Kewpie-doll looks, choppy dark bangs, and offbeat sense of style. At last night's premiere of Our Idiot Brother in Hollywood, she stuck to her signature look, wearing a graphic black and white dress with a strong collar, a tousled side bun, and pretty, '60s-inspired makeup. As for those mile-long lashes, she appeared to be wearing false lashes on both her upper and lower lash lines, making for a dramatic, doll-like look. Tell us what you think: is it a cute look for Zooey, or is it too much?
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But the main reason many people experience discomfort from teeth whitening has to do with the fact that hydrogen peroxide, the agent that helps remove stains and discolorations from teeth, has a low pH, which can cause discomfort.
At the dentist's office, a fluoride layer is used to help bring the acidity level up and therefore neutralize the H202. But for you at-homers, Dr. Glosman recommends staving off the pain by brushing with a desensitizing toothpaste prebleaching, repeating the step postbleaching as well.
And rest assured, if you're worried that whitening your choppers is damaging, Dr. Glosman clarifies, "There is no information as of right now, over the past 20 years, that it permanently damages enamel or dentin or the nerve."