I had a cleaning today and asked my dentist for a referral to get my teeth whitened (I wanted to treat myself for another 4.0 semester!) anyways, he said he actually does teeth whitening in his office. He uses Opalescence Boost. I looked on some websites and it looks like it might be better than Zoom or Britesmile.
I guess my biggest concern is that it is so cheap. ($350 for both arches) I've seen upwards of $800 for other methods.
I did find some (obviously biased) research studies on the official Opalescence site. Supposedly, other methods of in-office whitening can damage the pulp in your teeth overtime because of the light used. Apparently, this form doesn't use a light to activate the bleaching formula.
Anyone ever had this in-office form of teeth whitening done before?
by wondersmiles5 years ago
A popular method for treating moderately stained or discolored teeth is bleaching. These stains often can not be removed with regular professional cleanings. The most popular method of bleaching is the at-home method....
by jennzie37 hours ago
Has anyone had any paranormal experiences, whether they've seen or heard a spirit- or any other unexplained activity?I haven't had any as of yet. However, my mom says that she saw her father in church after he died, and...
by inet4money7 years ago
Would you pay a dentist $300-$600 to get your teeth whitened or would you pay a smaller business $99-$129 to do it? One hour at the dentist, 20 minutes at the other business. Or would you never consider doing this and...
by The Examiner-123 months ago
What are your feelings on this?
by Christoph Reilly7 years ago
This tool came into my possession over 10 years ago. Over the years I have shown it to many "self proclaimed" tool experts and no one has been able to identify it. If you know (or have a guess, funny or...
by Beth373 years ago
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.