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A 43-year-old member asked:

Docs can you explain, is their a simple way to whiten my teeth?

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Dr. Gary Sandler
Dentistry 56 years experience
Yes: See a dentist who can go over your tooth whitening options. There are lots of relatively simple ways to whiten your teeth. Personally i prefer the custom trays with whitening gels. Sometimes it only take a few days for fantastic results.
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A 41-year-old member asked:

Docs can you explain, is there anyway i can whiten my teeth at home?

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Dr. Stephen Gordon
45 years experience
Depends: How dark are the teeth? For mild discoloration, or for someone who wants minor color change, try crest whitestrips or cao sheerwhite!. But if you want a moderate or major color change, see your dentist. I have had great success with 1 or 2 in- office zoom! led treatment and dispense custom fit home trays with either 10%, 16% or 22% nitewhite or 14% daywhite. Or kor whitening system.
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