There are various types of whitening toothpaste available on the market that all contain chemicals that polish teeth while brushing and provide stain removers that are stronger than your standard toothpaste.

Bleach toothpaste can help remove stains from the surface of your teeth without causing sensitivity because there are no bleach substances contained in them. This paste can lighten your teeth but only with at least one color and is not as effective as a light-activated gel applied by professionals. You may navigate for the dental whitening treatment.

On tablets, bleach strips, and gels

If you decide to use teeth whitening strips, these are purchased freely and are relatively inexpensive depending on the brand you choose. Strips have thin gel peroxide which whitens teeth when reacting with oxygen.

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You apply this strip for fourteen consecutive days for about thirty minutes at a time. The results are seen after a few days and can last up to four months. If you use a strip like this it can be expensive like professional teeth whitening which provides longer lasting results

Professional laser bleaching

Laser teeth whitening or zoom bleaching is a procedure that offers immediate, fast and effective results for brighter white teeth. Carbamide peroxide gel compound is applied to the surface of the tooth. After this is applied the laser beam is placed above the mouth for a period of thirty minutes in ten minutes of repetition.

Laser bleaching must always be done by professionals so as not to cause damage to the teeth and gums. After the whitening treatment, some people feel sensitive because the tooth enamel becomes slightly porous.

This is completely normal and in most cases disappears within 48 hours, most consultants will advise you to use sensitive toothpaste after that and not brush your teeth for 24 hours after treatment to help eliminate the sensitivity that can become clear.