In-office and take-home teeth whitening products have been available in dental offices for over twenty-five years.
During the pandemic of 2020, when people had to “shelter in place” and ZOOM meetings became a way of daily life, one’s appearance became more important than ever before.
In 2020, eCommerce grew by 32.4% and with this type of growth meant more people purchased home whitening kits online. 1
How do you choose the best tooth whitening products for yourself?
Our team of dental experts at Celebrity Smiles® spent thousands of hours researching the best ingredients to help speed up the teeth whitening process while decreasing, basically eliminating any tooth sensitivity caused by tooth whitening ingredients.
We looked for ingredients that were safe to use, non-toxic, comfortable while using and did not cause tooth sensitivity.
HOW DO WE REDUCE TOOTH SENSITIVITY?
Toothpastes that include fluoride will strengthen your teeth and another type of fluoride called Potassium Nitrate Fluoride can be added to oral hygiene products and home care whitening serums (gel) to eliminate tooth sensitivity.
If you want to know that your teeth won’t be sensitive when you use a tooth whitening product, rest-assured you can use Celebrity Smiles® whitening products which include Potassium Nitrate Fluoride as a main ingredient.
To help treat day-to-day sensitivity you want to look for a desensitizing gel or prescription strength toothpaste that you can buy at a dental office.
IMPROVING YOUR WHITENING EXPERIENCE
Whitening gel ingredients that list potassium nitrate, fluoride can improve your whitening experience. And since the whitening process involves oxygen molecules penetrating the enamel and dentin, fluoride does not interfere with or prevent whitening results.
Due to quality improvements and cutting-edge innovations (Cool Light Technology) in whitening from companies like Celebrity Smiles®, you can now have a comfortable whitening experience, while still getting that bright, white smile you've always wanted.
Reference. https://bit.ly/2020ECOMMERCEGROWTH Accessed on Oct. 6, 2021