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This spray targets specific problems areas that you want to whiten and moisturize.
Dental Assistant: "David, if you have ever considered whitening your teeth, it would be great if we whiten before Dr.
The 3D White line has been extended with Arctic Fresh Toothpaste, which whitens by removing up to 80% of surface stains and features a patented dual silica system to optimize surface stain removal for radiant whitening with cool freshness.
In addition to veneers, which aren't really an option for most patients just looking to whiten a shade or two, Stephenson offers three different procedures.
Or you could try Yotuel,an alcohol-free mouthwash to help whiten teeth and regenerate gums.
Whether such acts spread via imitation or other learning is unclear, Whiten says.
This double-action whitening system developed by dentists is clinically proven to safely whiten teeth up to six shades in just three days without causing sensitivity.
The PearlBrite pen, if used regularly, will whiten teeth up to 10 shades, the supplier says, adding that the device is available in a one-month supply at Walgreens for an introductory pace of $9.
99), which promise to whiten as well as a $500 inoffice professional treatment.
But they won't whiten your teeth in the long run, and might even cause some damage because they contain a harsher abrasive.
Materials scientists have created a new form of calcium carbonate to help whiten paper.
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.