Get Your Teeth Whiter

Get Your Teeth Whiter, Get Your Teeth WhiterWhiter teeth is something almost everyone wants. These days, our diet is full of products that can stain teeth and cause them to become dull and yellow.

There are thousands of products and programs available that claim to be able to whiten teeth, but which ones actually work? Are some more effective than others?

In My reports, you’re going to learn about some of the various ways you can whiten your teeth, and how you can avoid being scammed by companies that are selling ineffective products. I’m also going to tell you how you can keep your teeth from getting darker, and how you can keep them white once you have used a whitening method.


There are many types of toothpaste on the market that claim to be able to whiten teeth, but are any of them effective? Unfortunately, most of the type of toothpaste available on the market cannot whiten teeth beyond their normal shade, simply because they aren’t on the teeth long enough to do so. Even those that contain hydrogen peroxide or other chemicals can do very little in the time it takes to brush teeth.

They can keep your teeth clean and remove plaque, which can indeed make teeth a bit whiter, but you don’t need to spend extra money for special “whitening” types of toothpaste, because pretty much any type of toothpaste can have the same effect.

I would avoid whitening toothpaste and just stick to a high-quality toothpaste that has tartar control and comes with an ADA seal of approval. This will keep teeth clean and healthy.

Commercial Home Whitening Kits

Home whitening kits have become very popular in recent years. They can cost anywhere from $25 for low-end kits all the way up to several hundred bucks for high-end kits. The cheaper kits that you can buy are not generally very effective. They typically contain hydrogen peroxide based gel or paste that must be placed on the teeth with strips or with plastic molds. They can be mildly effective, but teeth usually can’t be whitened more than a shade.

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More expensive kits must be purchased from a dentist, and they can be a bit more effective, but they generally only whiten 2-3 shades. While this can be noticeable, most people are not happy with the level of whitening they achieve from home kits.

Getting your teeth whitened in a dentist’s office is more expensive, but it is typically vastly more effective. There is only so much you can do at home, because kits must be kept as safe as possible for the average consumer.