What is the best whitening toothpaste? Answer: The best whitening toothpaste is actually a toothbrush. You can’t whiten your teeth with a toothpaste. Toothpaste can’t penetrate the tooth for what we call intrinsic whitening, which is a change in color of the tooth. Read this post for more information!
Teeth whitening is getting cheaper and more accessible, but the more popular it gets, the more money there is to be made—resulting in lots of harmful whitening methods, products and scams that fool or hurt consumers.
What doesn’t get talked about enough is how to prevent needing teeth whitening in the first place. By preventing your teeth from aging prematurely, you can keep them naturally white for a lifetime.
Whether you have five minutes, five days, or five weeks, here are my recommendations for whitening your teeth.
Help! I’ve been using whitening strips and now my front teeth appear translucent. What can I do to correct my smile?
Someone told me that their dentist told them that their teeth are naturally discolored because she is a natural blonde. Is it true that blondes have natural yellowing of their teeth?
Four simple ways that can have a big impact on making your teeth look whiter, naturally, and without whitening treatment.
There is a lot of misinformation about there about whitening teeth, especially on the web. Avoiding these common misconceptions can save you money and damage to your teeth.
I have always heard that I can’t whiten my teeth since I chew tobacco and since whitening opens the pores in the teeth, I could ultimately make the color worse. Is this true?
Parents as well as children are disappointed when the adult teeth come in and they are yellower than the baby teeth were. The answer is yes, but with some caveats. The good news is that it doesn?t take much to whiten a child?s adult teeth.