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Will using Listerine immediately after brushing my teeth with Rembrandt whitening toothpaste negate any of the whitening effects?

Will using Listerine  immediately after brushing my teeth with Rembrandt whitening toothpaste negate any of the whitening effects?

No, it shouldn't: Whitening toothpastes all work the same way in that they contain mild abrasive to help remove surface stains. They don't really whiten like oxidizing agents such as crest white strips or bleaching trays and gel that you can get from your dentist. ...Read more

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I use rembrandt toothpaste, and some floss. How do I put hydron peroxide on my toothbrush?

I use rembrandt toothpaste, and some floss. How do I put hydron peroxide on my toothbrush?

Use as a rinse!: Otc 3% hydrogen peroxide diluted: 1 part hydrogen peroxide to 2 parts water is safe to rinse twice daily after brushing consistently. This won't taste great, but it also good for gums health as well! hydrogen peroxide is the active ingredient in almost all whitening products. ...Read more

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What are good whitening toothpastes?

What are good whitening toothpastes?

No: Most whitening tooth pastes do not contain enough whitening materials to really make a significant difference. They equate cleaning of your teeth to make them "whiter". ...Read more

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Please recommend some good whitening toothpaste?

Please recommend some good whitening toothpaste?

Whitening toothpaste: All whitening toothpastes rely on being more abrasive to remove superficial stains from coffee, tea, cigarette smoke etc. They do not contain any whitening ingredients.While they may help initially, continued use can make the teeth darker as the outer lighter color is worn away revealing the darker inner structure. Also may make them more sensitive. ...Read more

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Any good tooth whitening toothpaste you can recommend that does the job?

Any good tooth whitening toothpaste you can recommend that does the job?

No: Whitening toothpastes help to maintain the whiteness put really do not whiten teeth. Try some form of bleaching method and then use the toothpaste. ...Read more

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What is the best toothpaste for whitening?

What is the best toothpaste for whitening?

None: Toothpaste itself will not really whiten teeth because it does not stay on long enough. ...Read more

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I swollowed crest whitening toothpaste about a teaspoon?

I swollowed  crest whitening toothpaste about a teaspoon?

Should be OK but...: Normally not an issue, but if swallowed a lot, I would contact poison control and ask questions. ...Read more

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Since a lot of toothpastes contain whitening products, what should I be using? I am asking this because i'm told whitening toothpastes are abrasive.

Since a lot of toothpastes contain whitening products, what should I be using? I am asking this because i'm told whitening toothpastes are abrasive.

Some are abrasive: There is a lot of marketing hype around toothpastes. They all seem to whiten teeth, fight decay, cure gum disease, give you fresh breath and help you lose weight. Obviously, kidding about last part, but your brushing technique and flossing are probably more significant than type of paste. There is an rda index which rates the abrasiveness of toothpastes. Google to find yours. ...Read more

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Good toothpaste to use when whitening to reduce pain?

Good toothpaste to use when whitening to reduce pain?

Sensitive formula: Most sensitive formula toothpastes will be helpfull while whitening. If more is needed your dentist can supply you with a desensitizing gel to use in addition to the whitening gel. ...Read more

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I'm wondering what is the best whitening toothpaste?

I'm wondering what is the best whitening toothpaste?

Whitening toothpaste: All whitening toothpastes rely on being more abrasive to remove superficial stains from coffee, tea, cigarette smoke etc. They do not contain any whitening ingredients.While they may help initially, continued use can make the teeth darker as the outer lighter color is worn away revealing the darker inner structure. Also may make them more sensitive. ...Read more

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