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the chief solid component of mammalian urine


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Usually, teeth whitening products use plastic strips coated with carbamide peroxide that lightens only the front surface of the teeth.
Over the course of several weeks at home, the patient applies carbamide peroxide to the tray and wears it daily or nightly.
Thirty-two adults applied either Colgate Simply White, an 18% carbamide peroxide paint on liquid, or Crest Whitestrips, a 6% hydrogen peroxide gel on a thin strip.
The Finishing Touch uses a mix of professional-level carbamide peroxide that effectively removes stains that have soaked into the teeth from food, drink, and aging.
a rapidly growing specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the treatment of dermatological disorders, announced results of two Phase III studies of its patented Carbamide Peroxide (CPO) solution for the treatment of inflammatory acne vulgaris and rosacea at the Lazard Capital Markets 7th Annual Healthcare Conference in New York.
In contrast to store-bought whitening products, which rely on abrasives or weak bleaching gels, Zoom Whitening uses a combination of hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide for faster, whiter results.
TM]teeth whitening films made of thin, flexible films plus 20% carbamide peroxide gel.
The carbamide peroxide breaks down into hydrogen peroxide and releases a highly reactive form of oxygen.
He uses the Opalescence product, which is made of a sticky carbamide peroxide gel squeezed into a custom-made mould.
to create custom teeth whitening trays and kits and professional teeth whitening gel (the team provides professional level 22% carbamide peroxide whitening gel that has been custom mixed for maximum freshness.
The proprietary gelatinous carbamide peroxide formulation can whiten a patient's teeth in five days.
It is available in 16 percent and 22 percent carbamide peroxide strengths, and like Venus White Max, it contains potassium nitrate to help minimize any bleach sensitivity.
The European patent office granted a patent for the use of carbamide peroxide in Columbia's bioadhesive delivery system for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis;
Giniger, "This gel contains proprietary ingredients to achieve clinically longer lasting, whiter results without the use of hydrogen or carbamide peroxide as a primary whitening agent in the gel.