At-Home Teeth Whitening

If you want whiter teeth you have the following options:

Teeth Whitening Strips*

are thin, flexible strips that are coated with a tooth whitening gel containing peroxide. This allows the peroxide to remove stains and discoloration from the surface of your teeth.

The Pros of Teeth Whitening Strips

  • Effective and Quick result
  • Inexpensive

The Cons of Teeth Whitening Strips

  • Weakened enamel
  • Troubles with tooth sensitivity
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Teeth Whitening Pen*

are thin, plastic tubes that house a whitening gel and help improve the color of your teeth by removing leftover stains on each tooth’s surface. The pen can be used at night or during the day, as needed.

The Pros of Teeth Whitening Pen

  • Fast results and Easy to use
  • Affordable

The Cons of Teeth Whitening Pen

  • The whitening film can easily be washed off by saliva
  • Can cause tooth sensitivity
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Teeth Whitening Kit with Led Light*

Teeth whitening kit includes teeth whitening gel syringes and accelerator light that speeds up the whitening process. Gel is made in the USA, gluten-free, kosher, safe for enamel and produces no tooth sensitivity.

The Pros of Teeth Whitening Kit with Led Light

  • Easy to use
  • Dental-grade whitening at an affordable price

The Cons of Teeth Whitening Kit with Led Light

  • May increases sensitivity in teeth
  • Wear for 30 min.
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Teeth Whitening Gel*

Opalescence PF Mint 35% Teeth Whitening – 4pk – teeth whitening gel – contains PF (potassium nitrate and fluoride), formulated to prevent dehydration and shade relapse.

The Pros of Teeth Whitening Gel

  • Easy application
  • Whiten individual teeth
  • Day or night wear

The Cons of Teeth Whitening Gel

  • Wear or wash off easily
  • Cause tooth sensitivity
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Top 5 Questions and Answers About Teeth Whitening
If your tooth discoloration is caused by yucky stuff trapped in your enamel pores whitening kits can help.
The American Dental Association (ADA) has also said that hydrogen peroxide whiteners are safe and effective.
While teeth whitening is considered safe, you may experience some side effects from treatments: Teeth sensitivity. Your teeth may become more sensitive following teeth whitening. You may experience this on your first or second treatment, and it may diminish with time.
This will vary among individuals. No bleaching method can whiten teeth permanently. Most people find they need a touch-up every four to six months.
Whitening Toothpastes All kinds of toothpaste help remove surface stain through the action of mild abrasives that scrub the teeth. Look for the ADA Seal for a safe whitening toothpaste that has special chemical or polishing agents to provide additional stain removal effectiveness. Unlike bleaches, these types of ADA Accepted products do not change the color of teeth because they can only remove stains on the surface.
In-Office Bleaching This procedure is called chairside bleaching and usually requires only one office visit. The dentist will apply either a protective gel to your gums or a rubber shield to protect your gums. Bleach is then applied to the teeth. Read more...
At-Home Bleaching Peroxide-containing whiteners actually bleach the tooth enamel. They typically come in a gel and are placed in a tray that fits on your teeth. You may also use a whitening strip that sticks to your teeth. The concentration of the bleaching agent is lower than what your dentist would use in the office. If you are thinking about using an over-the-counter bleaching kit, discuss options with your dentist and look for one with the ADA Seal of Acceptance. That means it has been tested to be safe and effective for teeth whitening.
The teeth whitening cost of DIY treatments is significantly cheaper than in-chair applications.

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