As with any new health regimen, it is always a good idea to consult a health professional (in this case your dentist) before using household teeth whitening kits. Although home teeth whitening kits are safe for many people, there are several situations where it may not be suitable for some people to use them.
Look for the ADA seal of approval
You’ll find it on whitening kinds of toothpaste and teeth bleaching products that have been found safe and effective in independent tests. Shop our whitening kit here
Follow the instructions
Some products are designed to be used once a day, while others can be used twice a day. Some you use for a week, some for two you get the idea. To protect your teeth, be sure to follow the product’s instructions.
See your dentist
Ask your dentist if these products are right for you. Bleaching products work best on teeth that have yellowed with aging, or teeth that are stained from food and drink (looking at you, coffee and red wine). But brown or gray discoloration could signal problems that a bleaching kit won’t fix. It’s also important to tackle concerns like gum disease or cavities before starting a bleaching treatment. You can contact us prior to booking an appointment to find out if we have any whitening specials available. Book your 30-minute session.
Listen to your teeth
Oral health is one part of your general health that should be of utmost concern. Teeth whitening safety goes a long way in improving the general quality of your life. Avoid taking shortcuts when looking for whitening treatments.
How to Maintain Your Good Results
- Rinse your mouth with water after eating or drinking so that stain causers don’t sit on your teeth
- Don’t smoke
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