Anyone have experience with smilebrilliant or any other such home use product? What are your experiences?
I've been using a whitening toothpaste, not drinking coffee nor smoking and I've got compliments for my smile a few times (don't get me wrong, shit like "yeah you're short but your smile is so cute and nice"
>tfw smoking and drinking coffee while using a whitening toothpaste and they look exactly the same
Or just suck it up and get the professionally done. Home products mostly shit and whitening toothpaste only does so much.
Nothing compares to getting them done at a dentist (not a salon, they will fuck your teeth up).
whitening toothpaste is bad for your teeth though
it contains abrasive substances that wear off layer after layer of enamel every time you brush
this exposure of the underlayers of enamel is what makes your teeth appear whiter, but it's just fucking your teeth up over time
The best toothpaste as recommended by every dentist I've had in the past ten years is Crest Pro Health. It's not whitening, but whitening toothpaste fucks up your teeth. Pro Health uses stannous fluoride, which is far better than the more common sodium fluoride. Stannous fluoride is antimicrobial, whereas sodium fluoride is not. The main reason most toothpastes use sodium fluoride is that it's cheaper to produce.
Use Sensodyne for a few weeks before using whitening gel and mouldable mouth tray. Purchased from dentist for ~$30. Actually works but need to avoid tea/coffee/dark foods such as chocolate. Whiten until desired result but need to stop if feeling sensitivity.
I don't think whitening toothpastes work. The best thing to use is Crest Pro Health if you aren't using a sensitivity toothpaste.
Im using crest stripes right now. Works perfect, but makes your teeth sensitive and vanuravle. Also im really retarded and im drinking cofee and tee but it doesnt affect much. My teeth are still getting whiter everyday. And yeah im gonna use it for 10 days every year.