The ideal mouthwash for daily use needs to support and maintain oral health, and there are 4 keys to look for when selecting a mouth rinse.
Topic: Oral Health
Some mouthwashes cause increased tooth staining. In fact, many of the ingredients found in mouth rinses that are designed to reduce dental plaque actually increase the precipitation of stains onto your teeth.
Many are curious about using over the counter hydrogen peroxide solution for tooth whitening, but it is neither an effective nor a healthy way to whiten teeth.
Whitening gums do not whiten teeth in the traditional sense, but they can prevent specific dark stains from forming.
Whitening strips and whitening pens are a convenient, popular way to whiten your teeth at home, but often their pH is formulated to be harsh on your teeth.
Tray whitening products provide dramatic tooth whitening, but they can be harsh on teeth and cause sensitivity at acidic pH’s.
One reason why in-office tooth whitening products are the best choice for sustainable whitening is because of their alkaline pH.
The top three most sustainable ways to whiten your teeth.
Even though whitening toothpastes will make your teeth whiter, they whiten teeth in an unhealthy and unsustainable manner that is not suitable for daily use.
We decode the dental whitening lingo, so you know the differences between carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide tooth whitening gels.