Teeth whitening toothpastes have more abrasive formulations than their regular counterparts and therefore are able to get rid of more surface stains. We have listed every whitening toothpaste on the market, and listed their "Relative Dentin Abrasivity" (RDA) number. The higher the number, the more abrasive the toothpaste is. View our article about whitening toothpastes.
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Do whitening strips have an expiration date?
I have Dentures. Will soaking them in Crest 3-d mouthwash cause harm to them?
You've mentioned using vasaline prior to treatment to reduce sensitivity. It can feel a bit strange especially at time of rinsing, I'm wondering if you can offer an alternative please?
these teeth whitening gels and pens, do they have a shelf life/expiration date?