Super cleaner. Most of the popular whitening products are some % of peroxide. Hydrogen and carbamide are the most popular. They basically super clean the discolored enamel. Some teeth are so internally discolored thet the products may be only marginally effective. Then you have to move to bonding / veneers / or crowns to get a whiter smile.
Oxidizer. Both carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide are oxidizers. For over the counter or take-home whitening trays carbamide peroxide is used for whitening. For whitening that is done in the dental office, usually hydrogen peroxide is used. Carbamide peroxide is broken down to hydrogen peroxide in the mouth in a 3:1 ratio. So 30% carbamide peroxide is approximately 10% hydrogen peroxide.
Whitens teeth. A product that whitens teeth.
They all remove. They all remove stain and tooth structure.
All From a Dentist. Over the counter products aren't tested by the fda or the american dental association, and often don't even display their ingredients. Some work, some don't, but I wouldn't risk it. Anything prescribed or applied by your dentist will be proven, safe, and effective. If you want to be sure, you really need to have a dentist help you with this.
Many. Today's tooth whitening products are safe as used. Especially those prescribed by your dentist. I have been doing this fro 23 years and the one my patient's like the best is lumibrite by denmat. The 32% solution requires that you wear the trays only 3 minutes. I use this myself. Happy whitening.
None. Whitening products will not whiten porcelain on craowns or veneers...It is possible that it can breakdown the bonding material used to hold the veneers in place...Check with your dentist.
No impact. Tooth whitening products/procedures only work on tooth enamel. They will not change the color of tooth restorations ie porcelain and composite resins.
Not much. Whitening products do not actually affect the porcelain on a veneer. The color of the veneer will not change when bleached.
None. Tooth whitening products can only whiten tooth enamel and will have no whitening effect on veneers, crowns or tooth colored composite fillings. Over the counter kits and products bought online may not be safe and will probably not be as effective as having that procedure performed by a dentist. Consult with your own dentist who can properly advise you regarding your specific situation.
None, per se. The porcelain veneer will not change color. However, depending upon the underlying tooth shade, the color of bonding used to bond the veneer, the thickness of the veneer, and the amount of opaque used in the veneer -- the tooth underneeth may change color and the veneer may reflect this. If you do not want to take a change, then be sure no solution gets on that tooth.
None. The surface of a veneer does not allow the porcelain to whiten.
Nothing. You just have to be careful where you don't damage the veneer.
Look for the ADA sea. Look for the ada seal of approval.
Many. My suggestion would be to stick with one that has the ada seal of approval. You then have the assurance that it has been tested by a reputable group of scientists. Crest white strips are one that works well and are readily available otc.
Strips & custom tray. Most any brand of over the counter whitening strips are very good. Don't waste your money on whitening toothpaste or whitening mouthwash...They simply don't work and are a marketing gimmick. The only way to whiten teeth is to hold the whitening gel on the teeth for long periods of time such as in strips or custom trays that the dentist can make for you.
Crest Whitestrips. I have seen some very nice results when my patients tried crest whitestrips on their own. However, there are certain limitations and many precautions. They were lucky, but you might not be. First make sure your teeth are professional cleaned, you are free of cavities, and your gums are healthy. Fillings and crowns will not whiten. At least ask your dentist first before you try any otc product.
Probably best not to. Sensodyne makes a whitening product.
Whitening. Teeth that are thin from a bruxism or "grinding" habit are often too sensitive to whiten. There is no one product that is preferred or recommended for such teeth. I would definitely recommend a lower strength bleach (possibly an over-the-counter system) to attempt bleaching. I would definitely discuss your grinding habit with your dentist. This is a condition that needs to be addressed.
Luma White. The in-office professional whitening product, luma white is the system that causes the least amount of sensitivity. It uses an led light which generates no heat) and takes 32 minutes (8 minutes four times) to complete.
See dentist. Before whitening your teeth, they should be checked by your dentist. Your teeth might need to be restored to preserve the remaining tooth structure and it also may eliminate your sensitivity.
Teeth whitening. You can use over the counter tooth paste or crest 3D whitening strips or pens. However, they are not so effective and/or stable. A professional teeth whitening followed by home whitening system with custom trays for the long term effect. You will be very happy with the results.
Bleaching teeth. Avoiding coffee, teas, red wine, smoking, cherries. These are the things that are most likely to stain teeth. Using an ultrasonic toothbrush will help to remove stains as well. Crest white strips are one option for over the counter whitening materials.
Teeth whitening. You can use "whitetime whitening, " over the counter tooth paste or crest 3D whitening strips or pens. However, they are not so effective and/or stable. OTC bleach and whitening tooth paste could be used as a supplement only. A professional teeth whitening by the dentist, followed by home whitening system with custom trays for the long term effect. You will be happy with the predictable results.
Not a best. There is not a best, just different options... Zoom whitening has been tried and true for a long time. Sapphire whitening is a great product, and there are many others. Laser whitening is still used by some dentists.
Various. There is no "best " whitening product. There are many professional products that your dentist uses that are much better then the over the counter products. Best to speak to your dentist for recommendation for the one that is best for your particular situation.
Personal preference. I have been doing this for 23 years. The one my patients like the most is lumibrite by denmat. The 32% solution requires wearing the trays for only 3 minutes. I use htis myself. Good luck.
OVER THE COUNTER. Crest is a reliable product. Over the counter products have low concentraction of bleaching agents.
ADA Seal of Approval. As long as a whitening material has been tested by the ada, they will allow their seal of approval to be placed on the material. This signifies that the manufacturer has met some rigorous criteria for allowing the product to be used as it is advertised.
Nice question... There are several. From the stores, crest whitestrips. From dental offices there are many as they are mainly made by dental manufacturers. These dental office products include the companies of ultradent, pola, phillips discus zoom, and others.
Lots. With so many whitening systems around...They all work well and with very little side effects. You can get fda approved products at the mall even. But...If you wish to be picky and have peace of mind then use the products that you need to get thru a dental professional.
Dentist Assisted. While there are many over the counter whitening products the safest will be doctor assisted. Based on their training and experience, your dentist can pick the best product/technique.
2 BEST. Whitening products with either carbamide or hydrogen peroxide. The whiteners that work the fastest and the best are ones monitored by a dentist. There are various strengths used to get the best results. Watch out for otc brands, because if they cause tooth sensitivity, you may have to see a dentist anyway for desentization treatment. Don't play games with your teeth. See a dentist.
By dentist. Only those prescribed by and recommended by a dentist.
Teeth whitening. You can use over the counter tooth paste or crest 3D whitening strips or pens. However, they are not so effective and/or stable. OTC bleach and whitening tooth paste could be used as a supplement only. A professional teeth whitening without laser, followed by home whitening system with custom trays for the long term effect. You will be very happy with the results.
Whitening. There is no top rated whitening but there are different strengths.
Your teeth dark? Latest studies show its not how strong the whitening agent is, but for how long you whiten to get the best results. All whitening products use hydrogen peroxide as its active ingredient. All work; just depends on if you are a tea/coffee/soda drinker. If none of these, 1 part 3% hydrogen peroxide/2 parts water twice daily after brushing. Safe & effective to use all the time. See results 4-6 weeks.
KOrr. This product is the best in the market, try find a dentist in your area that offer that. This is involve with additional training which some dentist do not have.