Bleaching Teeth: "Gains typically last a year"?

Answer Clearly, increasing your hygiene makes the effect stay a LOT longer.Just use common sense. Brush twice a day with whitening paste and rinse. If you eat or drink something that might color your teet... Read More »

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Teeth Bleaching vs Teeth Whitening?

You can bleach your natural teeth, but they don't use the same "bleach" that you would use for laundry. Teeth bleaching means at home procedures or procedures in the dentists office that brighten ... Read More »

How to Use a Teeth Bleaching Kit?

Bleaching your teeth can turn an unattractive, yellow smile into a sparkling pearly-white grin. White teeth present an attractive appearance. Whitening your teeth at home with a bleaching kit is us... Read More »

Bleaching my teeth with clorox !?

Bleach is not only toxic to ingest, but can also damage your skin and enamel, goodness only knows what it would do to your poor gums! I don't know where you came up with this idea, but putting dang... Read More »

How to whiten teeth. Without bleaching them?

Easy. Make a paste with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide (the 3% kind from a pharmacy). Brush your teeth with it; orthodontic brushes are really good for angles and crevices. Rinse as you go. Do N... Read More »