I am also selling them for a small fee. There are many products for brightening teeth, but not all are the best for all. This page is dedicated to providing you with accurate information.
Here are the three products that I think have been proven to work: • Fungal-free, no fillers (with and without a whitening compound, if you want to get technical), and non-comedogenic. These are all things that I have tested with my patients. • Natural brightener. I have used this product for several years with my clients who don't have natural teeth. I have found that it helps with plaque formation. • A very popular brightening product made by a company in Taiwan, and available in both Chinese and English. The color is supposed to be an "inconvenient" color for light-sensitive folks, but it doesn't seem to do any harm. I use it as a colorless alternative to "natural" brighteners. • I have no personal experience with this product, but a number of my patients use it and find it effective. I have not tested this product as a tooth whitener, but I believe that it may be suitable for a mild whitening to moderate whitening. I have tested it on my own teeth and find it to be effective, though I haven't been able to use it for very long.