Teeth Whitening: go natural, no tooth damage or paying too much! In an ideal world this is what we would all like. Have brilliant and healthy teeth. But the reverse is often the case, judging by how our visits to dentists!
Recently, a lady I know paid a dentist £600 to whiten her teeth.
The treatment caused discomfort, didn’t work and her teeth got no whiter! She told me she was disappointed, but not giving up and will continue to search for a shinier smile!
Why would anyone pay out so much money to have beautiful, bright teeth, you ask? Having worked as a dental hygienist, I can tell you this – people fork out even more money to whiten teeth!
Go Ahead Whiten Your Teeth – But for health’s sake, without damaging them. Most Whiteners are Bleaching Agents.
Remineralize first, then gently whiten your teeth…
Possible – To stop the creation of new cavities (holes) and remineralize even existing tooth decay! We just need to understand the mechanisms our bodies use to remineralize our teeth and provide that support.
3 Things Your Tooth Whitener Should Do
- Help remineralize your teeth already decaying
- Protect against future decay
- Gently whiten to a naturally brighter smile without harming enamel
OraWellness Shine Remineralizing Tooth Whitening Powder applies 3 unique strategies that each contribute to remineralize tooth enamel and help reverse tooth decay.
Working together, the ingredients in the unique formula of Shine encourage the deposition of minerals back into the structure of our teeth, providing us with the opportunity to not only slow/stop the loss of minerals (which protects against future tooth decay), but even the chance to slow, and even reverse, the process of tooth decay.
How does Shine gently whiten?
Whitening teeth is risky business as most whitening products act as bleaching agents. This can result in a loss of minerals and actually weaken your teeth.
Researchers have discovered that one ingredient, white kaolin clay powder, is the most effective to whiten and clean the teeth without damaging your enamel.
Getting Rid Of Stains
One good news – even stains on veneers or composite (white) fillings on front teeth can be polished whiter. Food staining on the dental materials above commonly occur from these foods/drinks (coffee, tea, red wine, green smoothies, blueberries, etc).
OraWellness Shine even helps to remove stains from these dental restorations.
Get in touch if you would like to know more about OraWellness Shine or if you’ve got stories to share about tooth whitening!
Happy tooth whitening!