Thursday, January 22, 2009

Its a little embarrassing, but my teeth are not as white
as they could be. Other than the very uncomfortable trays
that whiten your teeth, what other options do I have?

Discolored teeth is a very common problem today. Now
according to the Consumer Guide to Denistry, teeth whitening
is the most common procedure in cosmetic dentistry. The good
news is: there are plentiful options abound for those
looking to whiten or bleach your teeth. The bad news is
that there is no cure all, meaning its something you're
going to have to keep maintaining.

Remember that if you want fast, professional teeth whitening,
then you should visit your dentist. Cosmetic whitening options
include Zoom Teeth Whitening and Brite Smile. Both Zoom and
Brite Smile work by bleaching your teeth with a bleach gel,
and then using a light to activate the process of whitening.

To find out more information, inlcuding the prices, you'll
find the links below.

Your Denistry Guide
Zoom Teeth Whitening
Brite Smile

For more affordable but still nonetheless worthy results, go
to your local drugstore for bleach-at-home products like
Rembrandt 2-Hour Whitening Kit or Crest Whitening Strips.
Personally I like Crest Whitening Strips as they're easy
to use, plus they don't leave your teeth feeling so

Click below to find out more, plus coupons for both kits.

Rembrandt Whitening
Crest Whitening Strips

No matter what method you choose, please remember that you
will need to keep up the whitening process. It is a good
idea to replace your toothpaste with a whitening toothpaste
to maintain your bright smile in between appointments. Try
GoSmile toothpaste.

GoSmile Toothpastes and other GoSmile Whitening Products are
available at Sephora and StrawberryNET.

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Fabuless Beauty said...

I've heard hydrogen peroxide also works as an instant teeth whitener?

artfulfrog said...

I would agree with Fabuless Beauty on this one. It's much cheaper than a kit.

Couture Carrie said...

My sister tried GoSmile and didn't like it . . .

I swear by Crest white strips!


shopinchic said...

Most, if not all, teeth whitening products contain hydrogen peroxide.