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Give Yourself Whiter Teeth With Simple Products and Tips

Updated on January 10, 2010

Almost no one is born with white teeth; as infants we typically don't have any teeth at all. However, some of us grow straight white teeth from the first baby tooth that pops out. The remainder of us have a mouthful of chewers, but we may not be completely satisfied with them. The teeth whitening industry has become a multi-million dollar industry; we are bombarded with ads from radio, TV, and online sources designed to make us feel self-conscious about out chompers. Are our teeth white enough? Can we confidently go out in public, make that crucial sale, meet that special someone, or flag down passing aircraft with our pearly-white mouthful? Do we look like a movie star?

Online services abound. We can order teeth whitening paste, bleaches, lights, powders, polishers, kits, bits, and spits. We can send for doctor-recommended remedies scientifically designed to solve our deepest fears of not sporting blindingly white molars.

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How much of it all actually works? As the infomercials say, "your results may vary."

Be careful; home remedies are not always approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration; some companies can make enough money to justify the court costs when the FDA shuts them down. Look for products from major corporations who have something to lose if all yout teeth fall out. And above all, do not use any product for anything other than its' intended use.


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      8 years ago

      "we are bombarded with ads from radio, TV, and online sources designed to make us feel self-conscious about out chompers. Are our teeth white enough?"

      ...the royal "we"...and "bombarded" sounds like you must watch a lot of TV, listen to too much radio and online sources, well I can relate to that last one but do you really think anyone can make you feel anything if their not touching you?

      I've said what I think and my teeth are coffee stained but I don't really care.

      Interesting article, Nicomp!

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      Sioux Ramos 

      9 years ago from South Carolina

      This is a huge industry, thank you for your tips on how to wrangle with it and make wise product choices.


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