Best teeth whitening product ?

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2006/07/12 18:38:10 (permalink)

Best teeth whitening product ?

What's the best teeth whitening product out there, my teeth seemed to have sucumbed to my caffine addiction

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    RE: Best teeth whitening product ? 2006/07/12 18:44:10 (permalink)
    best thing is to get bleaching trays fitted by dentist and the peroxide gel. Alternatively laser whitening is meant to be good. If on a budget then colgate whitening toothpaste is pretty good.
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    RE: Best teeth whitening product ? 2006/07/12 18:54:36 (permalink)
    smile4u.co.uk or something like that. google it.

    worked for me. plus i messed up one the trays. so they sent me 2 free check em out.......


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    RE: Best teeth whitening product ? 2006/07/12 19:25:09 (permalink)
    Pearl drops toothpaste, the hollywood smile one, worked well for me.
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    RE: Best teeth whitening product ? 2006/07/12 19:35:23 (permalink)
    Mens health review recommends brilliantsmiles.co.uk
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    RE: Best teeth whitening product ? 2006/07/12 20:10:10 (permalink)
    My dad had problems with his teeth stains, due to overconsumption of rich tea biscuits, so myself and AP took it upon ourselves to help him. We read in 'Chemistry 101', that enamel can be coloured using a solution of curdled milk, vinegar, TCP and a hint of peppercorn (for strength of colour apparently), as the Aztecs used to do when they made voodoo sculptures out of war victim's teeth.

    However, this plan went wrong when AP mistakenly got red wine vinegar and with my dad being allergic to alcohol, resulted in swelling of his ears. Also, his nose turned red, although there was a silver lining to the situation as this occurred around Christmas time, my dad was noticed by a local pantomime producer, who asked my dad to play Rudolph in a show featuring Jason Donovan and Keith Chegwin as the stars.
    As a result my dad has now been cast in many pantomime roles across London and has performed with such stars as Colin Jackson and Trevor McDonald.

    So my advice would be... your career ain't dead till your nose ain't red - as my old man likes to say now.
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