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DentalWhite, the only FDA approved home teeth whitener is available in the UK now. Get visible result with your very first application!

Get Your Teeth Whitened At Home Quickly with Dental White

Dr George, one of America's leading dentists, has developed Dental White teeth bleaching gel for you. It is the number one teeth whitening gel in the USA since 2000 and is being sold at many major stores in the US for over 20 years. It was featured on Oprah Shows 6 times. Numerous magazines featured it as the best teeth whitening kit.

Yellowish Teeth? Don’t Worry - Dr. George's Teeth Whiter Is Here To Help You

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Over time you may have observed that your teeth getting darker. Nothing to worry, this can be easily reversed at home within two weeks.

Yellowing of teeth occurs due to build up of organic pigments on the teeth. Though the surface of your teeth appears very smooth, they have small pores which cannot be noticed by bare eyes.

Colourized proteins from coffee, tea and other foods darken the natural whiteness of your teeth by permeating the enamel and dentine of the teeth through those invisible pores.

The use of tobacco, antibiotics, and certain minerals usually speeds the darkening process. Whatever it is, you can get back your white healthy teeth easily.

Your teeth are made up of two parts, mostly. The inner part is dentin. The outer part is enamel. When you eat, drink or smoke, you put another layer on top of the enamel. We call this film a pellicle film.

Dentists are particularly effective at ridding you of stains with chemicals and scraping. Even brushing with a harsher toothpaste can scrub a good chunk of them off. Well, with brushing you can't get it all, and you can't go to the dentist every day for a cleaning either.

When the pellicle layer that is sitting on your teeth remains there for years, it seeps into the enamel. Your enamel is made up of hydroxyapatite crystals, which are basically little tiny rods. To put it all in simple terms, enamel means porous. This means that the foreign material that makes up the pellicle film can seep into your enamel easily.

Teeth whitening products - how they work?

Teeth whitener is basically get into the porous enamel on your teeth and cause chemical reactions that attempt to break apart the chemical compounds that make up the stains. This is also known as an oxidation reaction.

Whitening products contain either carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide. When put in your mouth, the carbamide peroxide transforms into hydrogen peroxide and urea. The hydrogen peroxide is the whitening agent for your teeth.

There are a few different ways of administering these chemicals to your teeth. A dentist can do it or you can do it. A dentist will use 15 – 35 % hydrogen peroxide on your teeth (because he knows just what he's doing) sometimes combined with intense light to help the bleaching process. The jury is still out on whether or not the light actually helps. The dentist will do all necessary work like filling cavities and doing a cleaning before bleaching your teeth. Results show that you can whiten up to 7 shades with just one 40 minute session. Impressive!

Dr George’s Dental White Kits are FDA Approved! Now you get them in the UK

Dental White™ kits are manufactured in America by M&M Innovations Inc. Smile4You is the official distributor of these kits in the UK. Food & Drug Administration of America (FDA) have certified the Dental White gel and the manufacturing process 100% safe every 2 years for the last 16 years.

Dental White Gel Can Brighter Your Smile in Just 30 Minutes!

Dental White has 16% Carbamide Peroxide that enters your teeth pores and makes the coloured compounds in the teeth colourless. Those yellow stains on your teeth fade away in just 30 minutes of daily use for 2 weeks.

Result – you get your white and bright beautiful & dazzling smile you deserve!

Worried about Taste and Flavour of Carbamide Peroxide?

Dental white gel has mint flavor which makes it very easy to bear those gel and mouth trays for 30 minutes a day. Why Dental White Is the Best?

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The best teeth whitening solutions explained

There are a variety of teeth whitening methods that can be purchased from a variety of locations whether it be from your dental office or a drug store but they all prove to be effective in the same way.  

As popular as bleaching/whitening is, the benefits of the procedure prove to be extensive and fairly inexpensive and products range from teeth whitening trays to teeth whitening tooth pastes.  It is wise to invest in a teeth whitening regimen if you are more likely to ingest highly pigmented food on a daily basis.

2. Calprox
Calprox is a solution that is made up of baking soda and 16 other essential ingredients needed to ensure teeth whitening.  On your teeth there is a layer of protein known as the protein pellicle and it is the main cause of teeth stains.  Debris from leftover food and highly pigmented fluids attach themselves onto the protein pellicle which is what turns the teeth from white to yellow or brown.  Calprox is a known solution that will eliminate the stains on the protein pellicle and it can be found in many tooth pastes that are on the market today.  These tooth pastes are non-prescription and can be bought at any local drug store or department store.

Method #1 - Calprox

Calprox is a solution that is made up of baking soda and 16 other essential ingredients needed to ensure teeth whitening.  On your teeth there is a layer of protein known as the protein pellicle and it is the main cause of teeth stains.  Debris from leftover food and highly pigmented fluids attach themselves onto the protein pellicle which is what turns the teeth from white to yellow or brown.  

Calprox is a known solution that will eliminate the stains on the protein pellicle and it can be found in many tooth pastes that are on the market today. These tooth pastes are non-prescription and can be bought at any local drug store or department store.

Method #2 Dental Bleaching

Dentist supervised whitening (most commonly known as dental bleaching) is the second most common way for people to get their teeth bleached though it proves to be the more expensive option.  When you go to a dentist to get your teeth whitened they will coat your teeth with a whitening solution that can be either hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide.

Method #3 OTC Paroxide Solutions

Carbamide peroxide is similar to hydrogen peroxide; the only difference is that carbamide peroxide has an organic compound known as Urea in it.  Dental bleaching will take the same amount of time as at home bleaching (30-60 minutes) and although it is more expensive, it is the easier method of bleaching.

Method #4 - Whitening Strips, Gels and Mouth Wash

Whitening products that can be bought at a drug store are the least expensive options to gain whiter teeth within a matter of weeks.  All strips, gels, and mouth washes are known to contain hydrogen peroxide which is a common bleaching and disinfecting agent.  These remedies can take anywhere from 3 to 12 weeks to show any significant results but it is said that the results are absolutely astounding for an over the counter product.  

When using strips, gels, or mouth wash they are mostly used at home and can take as little as 30 minutes to complete the full regimen.  You can put on a tray or a strip and watch T.V. or even read your favorite book before bed and you’re done before you know it.

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The best Method - Use Dr George's Dental White!

Dr George's Dental White is the best option for many reason. First of all, it is been in existence since 1989. It is the only USA approved at home teeth whitening kit. It's very cost effetive and works amazingly well compared to the other methods mentionned above. Moreover, you can see visible result with your first application!

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