Different whitening products and treatments might use different whitening agents in varying concentrations. This can sometimes make it frustrating to find the right method to effectively restore your white and winning smile.
Adding teeth whitening toothpaste to your daily oral hygiene routine can help brighten minor surface stains. It can also be a convenient way to maintain your smile after a bleaching treatment or between dental cleanings. Just keep in mind that the hydrogen peroxide used as the primary whitening agent is only potent enough to brighten minor surface stains.
Wearing whitening strips is also a convenient way to whiten your teeth as you go about your day. You simply apply them to your teeth and the topical hydrogen peroxide will work to mitigate minor surface stains.
Dental bleaching gels use more potent concentrations of whitening agents than whitening toothpaste or strips. However, they can still only effectively whiten moderately stained teeth.
Dr. [doctor_name]’s dental bleaching treatment employs potent whitening agents that can safely and effectively remove even the deepest of stains. Once your teeth have been completely whitened you might find it convenient to use consumer whitening products to maintain your smile.
If you are struggling to find the most effective way to address the stains on your teeth, you should call Dr. [doctor_name]’s clinic in [city], [state] at [phone] to explore your whitening options.