There are all sorts of ways that you can whiten your smile. You could reduce the amount of coffee or tea you drink. Get a professional clean done regularly by your dentist. You could also opt to have professional teeth whitening. If you don’t have the money for professional whitening, however, do not panic. There are lots of types of teeth whitening products to choose from. Unfortunately, trying to work out which of those products will give you the results you want can be challenging. This article will delve into some of the more popular options available in teeth whitening products.
One of the leading toothpaste available on today’s market is Crest 3D White Advanced Vivid Fluoride Toothpaste. While brands like Rembrandt have been around for decades, Crest has only been getting in on the “whitening toothpaste” game for the last few years. This toothpaste is formulated to both help remove old stains as well as prevent new stains from settling in. The taste and the efficacy of this toothpaste have both gotten great reviews. Users report that it makes their teeth feel polished, without them having to go to the dentist. It’s similar to other toothpaste in terms of price.
The inside of orange peels (the white side, not the orange side) can also be great teeth whitening products. You can opt to place the peel flat on your teeth or you can put it in a smashed-up mixture with bay leaves, which will be a form of organic teeth whitener. Both methods work well, but you may not like the taste that comes from the addition of bay leaves.
A popular option is BriteSmile To Go Whitening Pens. In the last few years, teeth whitening pens have become quite popular. Since they are easy to use for spot treating, pens are an increasingly popular choice for whitening. Trays or trips work more quickly than pens, which is a common complaint. Most users recommend having your teeth whitened professionally at least once and then using the pens as a spot treatment to keep your teeth bright and shiny in the weeks that follow the treatment.
There are lots of options if you want to whiten your smile but cannot afford professional whitening treatments. There are whitening toothpaste, gels, and trays. How can you decide which idea will work best for you? Your best option is to ask your dentist. You and your dentist together will be able to roadmap your results and treatment plans. In little to no time at all, you will see the results of your hard work.