Teeth whitening strips

(12 Posts)
Valdeeves Thu 09-Jul-15 01:06:02

I've got yellow teeth and can't afford a professional service - anyone know the best strips to buy???

specialsubject Thu 09-Jul-15 10:11:40

nothing over the counter in the UK works. Imported stuff is damaging to teeth.

brush properly, don't eat/smoke the stainers and realise that real teeth are a bit yellow.

Pantone363 Thu 09-Jul-15 10:14:48

Crest 3D whitening strips from the US

specialsubject Thu 09-Jul-15 10:49:23

yep, that comes under the 'imported stuff that is damaging to teeth'.

the yank dazzling smile is either dentures, veneers or teeth that will fall out by 40.

olgaga Thu 09-Jul-15 11:10:46

A good brush with baking soda once a month ONLY.

Crest Pro multi protect whitening is good in between.

BotoxBitch Thu 09-Jul-15 21:14:28

I've used the whitening strips, they are amazing, mine haven't fallen out, and won't

Bakeoffcake Thu 09-Jul-15 22:05:56

I've just bought the crest strips from abroad. They've made a difference after only 2 uses. My dsis has used them for years and her teeth are fine.

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Fri 10-Jul-15 01:43:49

Yup, the US stuff is great. Use it sparingly and even then you'll see a big improvement in colour (eg once every thee weeks or so)

Marylou2 Fri 10-Jul-15 08:45:00

Get your dentist to make some trays, they are worth it for a one off cost and way less expensive than a whitening treatment at the surgery.Then use Zoom(used to be DayWhite) for 30 minutes a day for 2 weeks.Makes a big difference.

burnishedsilver Fri 10-Jul-15 09:57:36

My dentist recommended the crest strips from the states. I bought them but didn't think they did much really.

splodgeness Fri 10-Jul-15 15:18:02

The Crest strips are supposed to be the best but I tried them and they made no difference at all. Teeth looked shiny and clean but no whiter.

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Fri 10-Jul-15 18:14:18

I've found a leave on paste by Crest very effective. I think unless it hurts a bit the whiteners aren't working..

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