Teeth whitening ==cheapest 2 ways?

STOP drinking coffe! Your teeth get stained from anything you put in your mouth that is not white or clear...So my recommendation is : get teeth cleaning and stay away from coffee, tea, wine, cola, beans, soft drinks, etc. Those are 2 chipset ways...To take it to the next level you need to try to get your teeth whitened. There are several peroxide based products that are available in stores.
Over the counter. We've found that crest advanced seal whitening strips available over the counter are very good and easy to use. They stay on the teeth better than other methods for over the counter and have the highest level of peroxide available without a prescription. For long term, having custom trays made (initial investment with the dentist) and then buying refill gel to maintain is most cost effective.
Least expensive. The simplest and least expensive ways to whiten your teeth are to brush them regularly with any tooth paste and avoid tooth-staining food and drinks. All toothpastes help remove surface stain through the action of mild abrasives. "whitening" toothpastes use special chemical or polishing agents that provide additional stain removal effectiveness.
Ready? You will need the following items-milk, mineral water, salt, an egg, breath mints and a toothbrush. Break egg. Only need egg white. Add milk, water, salt and one breath mint. Mix together for two minutes then brush your teeth. Good luck.
See below. Wear dark red lipstick and get a tan. Seriously, though, what you expose your mouth to can affect your health and well-being. Don't get cheap with parachutes or your health.

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I need instructions to the Bella bride teeth whitening kit. I have two unopened packages, but no instructions inside when I opened them.

Internet Search. Contact the distributor or the manufacturer.
OTC product. Did you mean Bella Brite? The manufacturer should have provided instructions in the package...contact them directly. Know that OTC products are often less effective than their advertising would have you believe. For best whitening ther's no substitute for the professional service that can be provided buyout Dentist.

Can I have laser teeth whitening done if I have fillings and crowns? I have several silver fillings and two crowns, and would like to have my teeth whitened. Would I still be able to have laser teeth whitening performed, or would I have to try another opt

Vallejo, Laser. Vallejo, laser whitening will work but will not whiten the crowns. If your crowns are in an esthetic area you may need to replace. This should occur after you achieve the shade you desire. Hope this is helpful, michael i. Wollock, dmd, agd fellow dentistry at suburban square 610-649-0313 www. Dentistryatsuburbansquare. Com.
Yes.. Yes. As mentioned by other dentists, you can whiten your teeth. Though the crowns and fillings will not change color. If you have crowns in the "esthetic zone", I recommend consulting with a dentist (not at a mall) before you whiten. He can show you the expected outcome; and together you can determine whether to simply whiten or whiten in conjunction with changing one or more restorations.
Your. Your natural tooth structure if permeable and absorbs stains, but porcelain crowns and composite resin fillings are not permeable in the same way. Porcelain not at all, and composite only superficially. So while your teeth may stain the restorative materials will not although they might acquire a superficial layer of adherent stain that will not penetrate the structure of the material. Tooth whitening works by liberating oxygen at the surface of the tooth which penetrates and reduces the color. This process will not affect porcelain and composite. So in answer to your question yes you can have your teeth whitened, but do not expect your crowns and fillings to change color. It the color shift you are desiring is different or lighter than your crowns and fillings you will need to budget for the cost of additional treatment cost. Dr. Neil mcleod dds dentistry that lasts - quality that counts.
Yes.. Yes. You can whiten your teeth. The crowns and fillings will not change color. That should not be too much of a problem unless they are in the front of your mouth.