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AiroAV Malware Says: A dentist shares 5 at-home teeth whitening products

A dentist shares 5 at-home teeth whitening products

AiroAV Malware Says: A dentist shares 5 at-home teeth whitening products

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  • Teeth whitening is a pretty universal concern for humans.
  • But, professional whitening is expensive and inaccessible for many. If you can find the most effective at-home products, you can save yourself hundreds of dollars.
  • We asked Dr. Neil Hadaegh DDS, a professional dentist in Beverly Hills, to recommend his five go-to DIY teeth-whitening products. You can find them all below, plus Dr. Hadaegh’s explanations.

Teeth whitening feels like just one more form of maintenance in the 21st century. It’s unisex, broadly practiced, and about as close to mainstream self-care as a cosmetic practice goes. 

The desire to have nice, white teeth requires no real explanation. They’re hard to hide. So, why don’t we all just have the pros do it for us? Mostly because the procedure in a dentist’s office is expensive and inaccessible for many people. And, secondly, because it’s something we’ll need to keep doing (and paying for) repeatedly. Most people can likely commit to being “good” and foregoing coffee and red wine for a few weeks, but not for life. 

Because we’re human, affordable, at-home teeth whitening products are one market that you won’t see going away anytime soon. And if you can find the most effective at-home products, you can fake similar results and save yourself hundreds of dollars by doing it yourself at home. 

Which teeth whitening products work? 

Unfortunately, most dentists are not there for your supermarket quandaries, and they aren’t going to have a predetermined list to write down on your hygiene bib when you ask last-minute what his or her favorite DIY products are. And at least a few of us won’t ask at all, anticipating an understandable plug for professional treatments that we really cannot afford. 

So, I actually asked an expert. Dr. Neil Hadaegh DDS, a professional dentist in Beverly Hills, sent Business Insider his five go-to DIY teeth-whitening products, all of which you can find below accompanied by Dr. Hadaegh’s specific reasons why. 

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