The everyday routine of brushing teeth is a good way to keep your smile shining and healthy. But if you want to achieve a more spectacular effect and make your teeth even whiter, here are some approaches you might want to consider:

  • Professional whitening at a dentist’s office

One of the most popular in-office procedures is laser whitening. It involves shining a light or a laser on teeth after the bleach is applied. Bleaches such as hydrogen peroxide break up stains on enamel into smaller areas and make yellow and grey colors on your teeth look less intense.

  • Tray-based solutions for home use

Your dentist can provide you with a customized mouthguard, which can be used as a tray for bleaching gel. Generally, you should wear such a tray for several hours a day (or at night) for a month or more to achieve visible results.

  • Over-the-counter whitening systems

A variety of whitening gels, strips, and rinses can be bought at a supermarket, drug-store or online. They have lower concentration of the bleaching agent than professional solutions in a dentists’ office to prevent the user from damaging enamel or gums. Usually over-the-counter products contain 10-20% of peroxides, and it is safer to buy those in the middle or the lower part of the range.

  • Whitening Toothpastes

They usually contain abrasives to remove stains and can lighten the color of teeth on average by one shade (for comparison, laser whitening can make your teeth 3 to 8 shades lighter). When choosing a whitening toothpaste, make sure that it contains mild abrasives that remove stains, but do not damage enamel.

The INFANETIM Technology Black Line toothpaste contains one of the safest and most natural abrasives – baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), which has a long track record of being a gentle and effective scrub. Natural ingredients of INFANETIM Technology Black Line create an impressive whitening effect, ensure the health of your teeth and promote a mouth environment that is protected from harmful bacteria and viruses.

The idea of a brilliant smile is extremely appealing, but before undertaking any whitening procedure there are some things you should consider:

  1. Consult your dentist to make sure that you do not have periodontal disease or damaged enamel, which might cause negative side effects after bleaching.
  2. Make sure you study contents and instructions for whitening systems before using them at home. If applied incorrectly or if the ingredients are too aggressive, they might cause permanent damage to your teeth.