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whitening

In the grain of finished wood, a white appearance, usually due to improper finishing techniques or spotty adhesion of the coating.
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4) It's an entirely new way to whiten, and lets you incorporate whitening immediately following a patient's regularly scheduled prophylaxis appointment.
Professional in-office whitening, such as Philips Zoom, is a great option for patients who are not likely to be compliant with take-home trays, and for patients who need to whiten their teeth very quickly for certain occasions, e.
In addition to veneers, which aren't really an option for most patients just looking to whiten a shade or two, Stephenson offers three different procedures.
Or you could try Yotuel,an alcohol-free mouthwash to help whiten teeth and regenerate gums.
Abella Ultra-White is used to whiten teeth to the desired shade and then used monthly for maintenance.
Regardless of concentration or active agent, all professionally dispensed systems will whiten.
The conference will examine the differing methods used to whiten the skin, from melanin to skin stress control, UV protection and exfoliation as well as formulation compatibility and efficacy testing.
But they won't whiten your teeth in the long run, and might even cause some damage because they contain a harsher abrasive.
which markets the Rembrandt line of over-the-counter toothpastes and mouthwashes, Americans last year spent more than $250 million to bleach, zap, cap or otherwise whiten their smiles, and the amount is expected to grow steadily in coming years.
The friend confirmed her theories that a selected proprietary wavelength and custom blend gel would whiten teeth.
Remember that it is not possible to whiten porcelain so if you have crowns, veneers, bridges or implants, these cannot be whitened.