8 Brand-Sparkling-New Teeth Whiteners … That Actually Work
It's been a very good year for new advances in teeth whitening products. See the best (and brightest) in whitening pastes, gels, and gadgets
Most days, we've got a to-do list that never ends. So sitting down for 30 minutes to an hour to whiten our teeth is not an option. That's why we rely on the one product we use every day anyways -- toothpaste. If your schedule (or lack of will) prevents you from taking the time to make your smile brighter, whitening toothpaste is a sneaky way to achieve a dazzling smile.
Whitening toothpaste makes teeth appear whiter by removing surface stains, especially for those who smoke or drink coffee on the regular. One important thing to note, though: Whitening toothpaste doesn't actually bleach your chompers. So if you have severely discolored teeth (think: gray) a whitening toothpaste is not going to do much. However, if you've got a slight yellow tint -- whitening toothpaste will scrub it out.
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