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Mon Jul 20, 2009 4:00 pm      Reply with quote
Hello. Being a coffee lover does not help, but wanted to ask you all if you've used a teeth whitener that actually gave you some results???
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Tue Sep 08, 2009 7:39 am      Reply with quote
Hi, I did the Crest Whitestrips and they do work. Make your teeth pretty sensitive though Confused I ended up doing them more spread out than the pack suggests, but still worked and less sensitivity.
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the Plus White 5 Minute Speed Whitening system is cheap and amazing! The only thing I don't like about it is how much fiddling around you have to do to find a way to use the gel that works for you. It comes with gel and a mouthguard, and I had a really hard time getting the gel to stay on my teeth. I ended up putting gel on my teeth AND on the mouthguard.
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Hi! Just wanted to share my experience. I've used Crest Whitestrip, Laser whitening procedure, gel trays and nothing worked. I ended up getting Lumineers. It depends on the type of staining you have on your teeth. My stains were caused by Tetracycline (type of medicine) that I took when I was young. It's side effect is an internal staining in your teeth. Love my lumineers and glad I got them done. Good Luck!
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Fri Sep 11, 2009 4:57 am      Reply with quote
I used Rembrandt toothpaste for the longest time. It did the job (and I'm a coffee drinker, too) but was expensive. I'm now trying Ultra Brite toothpaste with Arm & Hammer Whitening Booster on top. It seems to be working just fine. Granted the price of the two products comes to about the same as the price of a tube of Rembrandt but it will last a whole lot longer.
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Nite White - great results, no pain. sold online
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Fri Sep 11, 2009 2:40 pm      Reply with quote
Hi, I tried Go Smile and had great results. It didn't irritate my gums like other whiteners have.
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i was told there are 2 types of teeth. one is the kind that responds well to teeth whitener, they have a yellow tinge to them and the other kind does not whiten as well. they have a grey/blue tint and the yellow tinge to them. it lightens but not as well as the latter.
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PinkLyfe wrote:
i was told there are 2 types of teeth. one is the kind that responds well to teeth whitener, they have a yellow tinge to them and the other kind does not whiten as well. they have a grey/blue tint and the yellow tinge to them. it lightens but not as well as the latter.


This is true, but yellow tinge is easier to treat. Teeth that have a brown
or blue/green cast to them are the ones that are more resistant to bleaching.

Unless you use the NightWhite. I have the blue/green cast, and my dentist wasn't sure I'd get good results with anything. But he gave me the 22%
nightwhite and it worked so well my teeth are whiter than they were when I was a kid.

Need trays for this stuff, and can only get it thru a dentist. (yes you can get it online, but you may easily end up with a tube that's expired)

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I use some whitening wraps that are available at BJ's Wholesale Club and are their brand. I have used lots of different products and many of them work pretty well. I first had mine professionally whitened at the dentist and every few months I just do maintenance.

The whitening wraps are made by one company for lots of stores like Target, Rite Aid, etc. They are made by a company called the Ranir Corporation. I like them because they stay on better than the Crest White Strips. The last ones that I got at BJ's seemed to work very well. You can do a search for the Ranir information on google and it will give you more information.

I am pretty much a tooth whitening addict.
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Hi. I wanted to try teeth whiteners. But will using these cause sensitive teeth or gums problems?
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I tried a lot of teeth products, but they never worked out. Maybe the only way is to see the teeth doctor, and have our teeth whiten by using those machines.
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Has anybody tried oil pulling with any teeth whitening effect?
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Sat Sep 12, 2009 4:21 pm      Reply with quote
I only used Crest Whitestrips and they did make my teeth a little bit whiter. My teeth became more sensitive after I used the strips but they got back to normal gradually.
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tomorrow wrote:
Hi. I wanted to try teeth whiteners. But will using these cause sensitive teeth or gums problems?


I have super-sensitive teeth, and the 22% NiteWhite Excel does make my teeth sensitive sometimes (not gums though), because of the high percentage of carbamide peroxide, but there are a couple of ways to combat that:

1. Use Sensodyne toothpaste (it works Smile )

2. Nite White now has a product called nite white turbo. It has an ingredient in it that is supposed to reduce or eliminate any problems with sensitivity.

With the nite white, I used it overnight for several days until my teeth were as white as I wanted them. After that, you only have to use it once a month, or once every couple of months, for maintenance.

(Other whiteners bothered my teeth more than the NiteWhite, and weren't effective at all for me)

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Sat Sep 12, 2009 6:24 pm      Reply with quote
The biggest issue with teeth whitening is whether or not you've taken care of your enamel. Teeth that have been stripped of the enamel are very difficult if not impossible to whiten.
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stellarfungi wrote:
The biggest issue with teeth whitening is whether or not you've taken care of your enamel. Teeth that have been stripped of the enamel are very difficult if not impossible to whiten.


That's why I like the nite white. You only need to use it one night every couple of months to maintain healthy, white teeth. Smile
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Sat Sep 12, 2009 9:50 pm      Reply with quote
I got good results with Night White. I had to bleach my teeth every day for 8 hours, but my teeth became very sensitive and I did it only for two hours for one week, then I skip one day and continue bleaching every second day. I got good results, but my teeth were extremely sensitive.
Next time I did it at the dentist office, it is faster and less painful. Results were also good.

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lunathefinal wrote:
I only used Crest Whitestrips and they did make my teeth a little bit whiter. My teeth became more sensitive after I used the strips but they got back to normal gradually.

Oh....why Crest had no effect on me? And also, I did not feel my teeth any sensitive after using this product.
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Hi all. Thanks for your advice. So, how fast can I get over the sensitive teeth after using Night White? And I can only get Night White from the dentist? Thanks.
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The Nite White Turbo was very effective and did not create any sensitivity for me. (Most of the others have)

I bought it online at bleach refills.com I believe.

I already have my own re-usable mouth trays.

I keep my spare syringes in the fridge. Make sure the website discusses expiration dates.

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Sun Sep 13, 2009 8:37 am      Reply with quote
tomorrow wrote:
Hi all. Thanks for your advice. So, how fast can I get over the sensitive teeth after using Night White? And I can only get Night White from the dentist? Thanks.


Sensitivity will vary from person to person, but for me it's a few hours
after taking off the trays the next morning.

(I wouldn't put mine in the fridge because I wouldn't use it cold on my teeth. The 'syringes' are housed in a plastic container so you can store them anywhere away from extreme temperatures and sunlight)

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Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:05 am      Reply with quote
Thanks health2u for your advice. I shall look around the chemist to see if I can find Night White before visiting the dentist. Hopefully, I will get good whitening effect too. Smile
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tomorrow wrote:
Thanks health2u for your advice. I shall look around the chemist to see if I can find Night White before visiting the dentist. Hopefully, I will get good whitening effect too. Smile


Good luck, and thanks to Barefootgirl for the info about
the NiteWhite Turbo. Smile
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health2u wrote:
tomorrow wrote:
Thanks health2u for your advice. I shall look around the chemist to see if I can find Night White before visiting the dentist. Hopefully, I will get good whitening effect too. Smile


Good luck, and thanks to Barefootgirl for the info about
the NiteWhite Turbo. Smile



FYI - Nite White Turbo on BleachRefills.com is only available at 6% and is a hydrogen peroxide formulation.

Nite White Excel is available in 16% and 22%, and is a carbamide peroxide
formulation. It's the carbamide peroxide that's most effective for tooth whitening - especially if your teeth are resistant to bleaching (like mine).
The Nite White formulas that have a 'Z' before the 'ACP' have desensitizers in them. (check out their FAQ page) Cost is about the same
whether you buy it from them or get it from your dentist.

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