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
Besides being way more fun to use, electric toothbrushes can clean teeth more effectively than manual toothbrushes, which means their teeth whitening effects are much more apparent, explains cosmetic dentist Marc Lowenberg of Lowenberg, Lituchy & Kantor. "Electric toothbrushes don't actually whiten teeth, but they are "excellent" for removing surface stains, which makes teeth appear whiter," Lowenberg says.
If you have poor manual dexterity (aka aren't the best brusher), an electric toothbrush is your new best friend. Its ability to produce fast vibrations is a no-fail guarantee for cleaner and whiter teeth, and it effectively removes built up plaque, stains and gunk without you having to do much work. This is a perfect teeth-whitening solution for someone looking for a fuss-free option as well as a deep clean.
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