What type of over the counter teeth whitening methods are there? Which one gives the best results? If you have similar questions such as these, I would love to give you some answers. Whitening can either be a very costly process or it can be dirt cheap. What matters is that you get the best results with the least amount of investment. Read on!
Over the Counter Teeth Whitening
1. Paint-on Whitening…
This method is where you apply the whitening formula directly to your teeth. This is the method I currently use and am getting great results with.
The reason I prefer this method over the other two is because you can be sure that it will give you an even shade of white. The most popular of this method is Teeth Whiten Tips.
2. Teeth Whitening Trays…
This is another form of teeth whitening. To be honest, this method is hard to come by these days. It used to be very popular before the introduction of Crest Whitestrips, but now it is just too bulky and uncomfortable to compete with paint-on whiteners or whitening strips.
This is where you place your teeth in trays with bleaching formula to whiten your teeth.
3. Whitening Strips…
As I said before, this method really ran the trays out of the market. The most popular of this method is Crest Whitestrips.
The one problem with whitening strips is that they can easily shift and slide off your teeth which can result in an uneven color on your teeth.
The average price of over the counter products is between $25-$70.
Source by Jamie Richardson