Teeth whitening kits can brighten up mouth and eradicate bad breath
|By Dr. Harold Katz - Bad Breath Expert|
SUMMARY: Use all-natural teeth whitening products that employ gels and trays, not strips or harsh bleaches.
Posted: June 20, 2012
Depending on who you ask, teeth whitening products are either a so-so idea or a great way to clean your pearly whites and eliminate oral odor. At TheraBreath, we're under no illusions that all whitening products are perfect. Some should be avoided at all costs. But overall, all-natural specialty whitening kits are the safest, most effective way to eliminate stains and freshen your breath at the same time.
Myth: Teeth whitening is always bad
Recently, Dental Health Magazine addressed four persistent myths about caring for your mouth and doing away with halitosis. The first three were that it's okay to ignore dental headaches, to avoid the dentist until you have tooth pain and to skip replacing abscessed teeth with crowns.
None of these is true. The news source emphasized that it's essential to visit the dentist often, especially if your teeth are causing headaches, and to replace extracted teeth in order to preserve your ability to chew your food properly.
The magazine also stated that, contrary to popular myth, teeth whitening isn't a bad thing. In fact, the source underscored the safety of non-invasive, natural alternatives to typical "bleaching."
Fact: Natural tooth whitening can restore your smile
The term "teeth bleaching" is something of a misnomer, since the leading whitening regimens avoid harsh chemicals, of the kind associated with actual bleach. This does not mean that all-natural bleaching gels aren't strong (they are), but it does mean that they won't irritate your gums or tongue.
Essentially, natural teeth whitening kits are the perfect way to quickly brighten your chompers without risking unevenness, irritation or an empty wallet.
That's because the best specialty teeth whiteners use powerful natural ingredients to decrease the appearance of staining - and they ensure an even whitening by using trays and gel.
If you've ever utilized at-home whitening strips, you may have noticed that they miss a key area of your teeth: the spaces between them. Strips can't touch these regions, leaving your teeth looking like they're grouted with plaque.
Instead of falling back on such ineffective products, stick to all-natural whitening bleach gels, which get delivered via mouthguard-like trays to ensure an even and thorough whitening.