How Does Tooth Whitening Work?

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There are many teeth whitening products on the market these days from chewing gum available at service stations to involved dental procedures at cosmetic dentists. Each treatment varies in costs and results may also vary. Basically, teeth whitening treatments falls under two categories:

Bleaching Procedures:


Bleaching procedures are the most effective form of teeth whitening. Despite the name, bleaching procedures are pain free and are often referred to as whitening systems in the manufactuers. Bleaching Procedures can yield the best and most dramatic results. These products and procedures uses an active teeth whitening ingredient to penetrate the stains that are imbedded below the surface of the teeth. These active ingredients are usually in the form of carbamide peroxide or hydrogren peroxide. This peroxide “bleaches” the stains and discolourations by eliminating the colour by oxidisation of stain molecules. This is the reason why you may notice that the whitening solution produces small bubbles when you treat your teeth.

A simple, fast and effective solution to whiten your teeth using the bleaching process is to use a White Glo Express Whitening System. This bleaching system uses the same active ingredient as used by dentist for a dramatic improvement to your teeth. This system reduces treatment times to just 5 minute, so it so convenient to treat your teeth while watching TV or even in the shower.

Non-Bleaching Procedures:


Non-Bleaching Procedures include whitening toothpastes. Whitening toothpaste generally work by a physical and/or chemical action to help remove surface stains. These toothpaste contain different formulations of abrasives and special ingredients to remove the build up of stains on the tooth enamel. These stains are built up from daily life such as eating and drinking or even smoking and general ageing.

An easy way to keep teeth at their optimum colour is to incorporate a everyday whitening toothpaste into your brushing routine. White Glo’s range of Extra Strength Whitening Toothpaste are safe for daily use and contains fluoride to protect against cavities, so you can simply switch your ordinary toothpaste with White Glo. White Glo’s toothpaste contains cleaning agent and a special Micro-Polishing Particle formulation that is designed to work with the free toothbrush that comes with everypack to produce outstanding results. In fact White Glo Professional Choice Toothpaste was rated number one most effective whitening toothpaste in a leading consumer trial in Australia against 20 leading international brands.

Regular visits to your dentist is vital and will also ensure that your teeth appearance is at their best as they also use abrasives and polishes to remove stains on the tooth enamel during the cleaning procedure.
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Anna Rose
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Tuesday, 14 February 2012
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effect of peroxide on tooth emamel
Can you please tell me what effect and does the peroxide in White Glo damage tooth emamel and therefore contribute to cavities
Monica Gellar
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Friday, 14 January 2011
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Great Advice
I was searching the web to find the difference between Bleaching Procedures and Non-Bleaching Procedure, this helped me alot. Thanks guys and Yes, I'll surely be using your WhiteGlo product since I would like to go for the best. :)
Monica Gellar
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Wednesday, 1 December 2010
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Difference between Bleaching and Non-Bleaching Procedures
Hi Rachel, According to your question, the word "bleaching" is used to refer to those processes used to whiten teeth beyond their natural color. With these techniques a true "built-in" color change is made. Similarly, "whitening" most specifically refers to producing a lightening effect for teeth by way of removing stain and debris that has accumulated on their surface. The color change is only one of restoring the tooth to its original, natural shade. This is the type of action that whitening toothpaste can provide. Hope this makes sense. :)
Rachel Green
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Monday, 29 November 2010
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What's the difference
Just want to know the difference between bleaching and Non-Bleaching Procedures?