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My father lies buried near the sea, and the bones of his son will whiten on the prairies--"
Many whitening products cover the front of the tooth, but the new Fresh & White floss helps whiten the spaces in between the teeth.
Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed is clinically proven to whiten up to eight shades in just one 45-minute (1) procedure, with adjustable intensity settings (low, medium, high) for maximum patient comfort.
Perhaps most profound among these is that patients who whiten their teeth become better patients, q-hey are more likely to keep future appointments, often brush better and also floss more routinely.
Currently, the only option is to use home whitening trays, which provide a reliable and successful way to whiten the teeth.
The best time to whiten teeth, according to dentists and manufacturers, is after you have a regular teeth-cleaning and before crowns, veneers or other major dental procedures so as to ensure even coloring.
This gives a more dramatic effect, promising to whiten your gnashers by up to 10 shades in under an hour.
The tray is worn for a few hours at a time over a period of days or weeks to gradually and gently whiten the teeth.
The most popular way to whiten your teeth without the expense of bleaching is to use a daily tooth whitening system.
We pay about $250 million a year to bleach, cap or otherwise whiten our teeth, according to the Santa Maria-based Den-Mat Corp.
We also want to give consumers worldwide the opportunity to purchase our whiten at home' product," said Deitrick.