Teeth Whitening Review

By david / June 23, 2010

Teeth Whitening Offer

This review is about the secret behind a particular tooth whitener and how they keep them white and how you can too!  Pay close attention for some teeth whitening tips ahead.

But first, let me explain why this  product called Idol White is a little bit safer than other methods of whitening teeth or bleaching.

If you are excited about finding a safer method, this may be what you are looking for.

First, the bad news and then the good news !

The Bad News

Our teeth are fairly sensitive to teeth whitening chemicals and the traditional methods of peroxide or even peroxide and lasers that stay in contact with your teeth and gums for long periods of time might not be the best way to go.

As one dentist I read put it, traditional teeth whitening could be responsible for a mouth full of root canals. The outer layer of your teeth are what you are trying to whiten. But when the chemicals of traditional methods penetrate to the pulp, which they can do, the pulp can be damaged or even killed.

The dangers are greater the younger the tooth is because the pulp (the living part of the tooth) occupies a larger space inside the tooth and is easier to reach. As teeth age, the pulp becomes smaller and the tooth becomes more ‘solid’.

You can probably imagine how this could be bad for your teeth when bleaching agents are in contact for long periods of time as in the traditional tray and even ‘laser’ methods. If they penetrate to the pulp….

The Good News

This ooth whitening method may be better for you because it does NOT involve the use of trays or harsh bleaching agents that spend a lot of time in contact with the surface of the teeth and gums.

Their method involves gently brushing on the whitening agent. This puts you in full control of how much and where the agent goes and you end up having more control over your gum tissue exposure to the chemicals.

This is a better situation.  Learn more about this offer now…

Teeth, gums and dental care have a special interest for me. This is why I wrote the book: What You Should Know about Gum Disease.

It is important to understand that dental professionals believe that up to 75% of people have some form of gum disease right now. Could you be one of them? When it is minor, you may not notice many problems. When it progresses to a more serious situation, you may be headed for gum surgery or even lost teeth!

You can learn more about my book by clicking here.

So many people are unaware of this situation. It is a bit sad!



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