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Teeth Whitening Advice: Choose Right Toothpaste & Whitestrips
Teeth Whitening Advice
A healthy, beautiful smile and whiter teeth can lead to a boost in self-confidence and even a younger appearance.
Maybe you’ve thought about teeth whitening, but aren’t sure which options are right for you. Whatever your reasons for wanting to whiten your teeth, there are many choices to consider. Crest offers a range of whitening products from toothpastes to rinses to whitening strips to give you the whiter teeth you’re after.
Crest offers a variety of whitening toothpastes you can use every day to remove surface stains and gently polish your teeth for a healthy-looking, beautiful smile.
Brushing regularly with a whitening toothpaste can help remove surface stains and plaque and contribute to a healthy-looking smile. In fact, they are specially formulated to remove surface stains from natural teeth. They usually contain mild abrasives with stain-dissolving properties, like in Crest 3D White Brilliance Toothpaste.
Crest Whitestrips use the same enamel-safe ingredient dental professionals use, so you get great results and whiter teeth easily, at home. Best of all, every Whitestrips teeth whitening system provides you with a brighter, more beautiful smile—guaranteed.
There are several Crest Whitestrips teeth-whitening systems to choose from. If you're looking for the whitest smile, try Crest Whitestrips Supreme FlexFit. It whitens teeth as well as a $500 professional whitening treatment,* satisfaction guaranteed. Crest Whitestrips Professional Effects is also a good choice.
If you’re short on time or have teeth sensitive to whitening, Crest 3D White Whitestrips Gentle Routine offers 5-minute, once-a-day convenience, while Crest 3D White Luxe Enamel Renewal Toothpaste gives you the added benefit of strengthening and rebuilding enamel.
Some Causes of Teeth Stains
To help keep your smile bright and help prevent tooth staining, avoid stain-causing food and activities such as smoking, drinking coffee, tea, or cola or wine, and eating dark-colored berries. If you can't completely eliminate these from your routine, be sure to brush soon after smoking, eating, or drinking.