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Swish it around your mouth and cheeksNosecel said:I have coconut oil in my mouth(lol)
Its strange because its so waterlike I guess
Its the same substance as my saliva
Dont know if Im doing this right
Maybe. Try them and see. eBay probably has the Crest strips available to ship internationally.Soalian said:Does it matter if I buy generic brand whitening strips? Crest strips are not available where I live
Please rereadLinoob said:How do we even need a sticky for this?:
1. Get custom dental trays made
2. Buy polanight 22%
3. Brush with Sensodyne
4. Sleep with trays in 3-4 nights
5. Enjoy your white af teeth
Kingkellz said:Please reread
Brushing with harsh chemicals especially with toothpaste containing flouride is harmful. As it lowers T, and increases risk of infertility in men. I believe it also weakens bones.
My guide helps go into detail for each aspect.
Also I mention natural methods such as oil pulling. Every method doesn't have to be harsh or extreme.
Or just use charcoal...fag.Kingkellz said:Prerequisite1) Brush teeth morning/evening(floss once a day) *electric toothbrush preferred
2) Avoid staining foods such as soda, coffee, soy sauce, tea, etc.
3) Visit dentist for annual cleaning
Whitening Methods1) Whitening gel of either Carbamide Peroxide or Hydrogen Peroxide
Carbamide Peroxide is the most popular of the whitening systems. It is also the weaker of the two at a given % strength. It is the safer and less painful of the two. But it is similarly less effective at whitening. In general, I would suggest you start with Carbamide Peroxide, first. I would hold off on Hydrogen Peroxide unless you find that you don't respond to Carbamide Peroxide.
Carbamide Peroxide comes in strengths ranging from 5%-44%. I would strongly suggest starting in the 20% range. Nearly all people can tolerate that strength without too much pain. I would only buy the 10% if you try the 20% and find your teeth are just too sensitive. The 35% and 44% versions are quite strong. I would not suggest starting with these. You may want to consider them after your first treatment, if you didn't get your teeth as white as you wanted.
I have personally used and can vouch for
20% Opalesence $24
35% Rapid Effects $8 (I know, its under $10 price made me skeptical too, but it's legit and works).
Hydrogen Peroxide is by far the most powerful of the two. This stuff is so strong that if you leave it open next to 2Chainz bed, he'll look like Macklemore by the morning.
It is 3x as powerful % to % as Carbamide Peroxide. This stuff is effective. Almost anyone can get teeth in the range of A3-A4 when using this at high strengths. However, it comes with downsides that you should consider. The most important is the potential to damage enamel. It's not uncommon for someone using high strength Hydrogen Peroxide to do permanent damage to their enamel. This stuff is strong, so be careful with it!
Hydrogen Peroxide at 12% is similar to Carbamide Peroxide at 35%. Unfortunately, I have never seen legit Hydrogen Peroxide sold above 12% strength. Does that mean that you should never use it? I would only suggest it if you've tried at least 35% Carbamide Peroxide and still want better results. While it's strength equivalent, it isn't the same. It works a lot faster, and it is also stronger when paired with an LED light. I'd consider it a last resort, but I would suggest trying it, if you've used 44% Carbamide Peroxide and still need something more(this will be less than 10% of you).
You will need trays to put the gel in. You will also need remineralizing gel. It will be used after every treatment(you also put it in the tray after washing it). You may consider getting cotton makeup pads, and placing one under your tongue when you use the trays to soak up saliva.
Your session time is important to your success. If you don't use the gel for at least 20 minutes, your results will be poor. But if you use it more than an hour, you're basically spinning your wheels. It's a waste of time and is not more effective than an hour.
The optimal time is one hour of whitening
After every single whitening session, I'd suggest using re-mineralizing gel. The process of bleaching is harsh on your teeth and they can become dry if not treated. It also reduces pain felt in the coming days after a treatment.
Length of whitening cycle
You should whiten your teeth every single day, with no rest days for 14 days total. There have been studies on this, and it is the most effective way. Doing EoD or longer than 14 days is not optimal.
Daily treatment for 14 days offers 90% of the total results of a cycle vs 42 days
Months rest before next cycle
Your teeth need months to recover. You must wait at least 6 months between treatments. Failure to wait can result in enamel damage, and even lessen the effectiveness of the whitening treatment.
2) Oil Pulling (use coconut oil)
WHAT YOU NEED:
Coconut oil. That’s literally it
HOW TO DO IT:
First, you’re gonna want to take about a fingertip full of coconut oil. Any oil can be used, but coconut oil is the only one that doesn’t taste absolutely repulsive.
Secondly, put the oil in your mouth and swish it around for 30 minutes to an hour. It’s going to taste like shit at first but eventually it’ll melt and lose its flavour. Stick with this because the longer you do it the better the results
Finally, once you’ve done it for a good amount of time, spit it out in the garbage or outside cause it will clog your sink.
You should notice significantly whiter teeth, and after doing it once every few days you should have results basically equal to teeth whitening.
3) Laser teeth whitening
Cost anywhere from $100 and up
4) Crest 3d strips
Can be found at your local pharmacy or retail store.
-This is going to be a short read because it's fairly simple. People suggest that you use African toothbrush because it's natural and all that, people will even tell you to get the latest Colgate.
I am here to give you the thing that worked and is still working for me, are you ready? BlanX. Have you ever heard of this brand before; its one of the best, if not the best toothpaste brand out there (IMO). I never washed my teeth, I was insecure about having yellow teeth like a long time smoker but every time I washed my teeth my gums would start to bleed, even if I didn't put any pressure, I was fed up so I was browsing forums and one user suggested to get a BlanX toothpaste and I got one, because why not? And GOD FUCKING DAMN IT, it worked, my teeth started to get whiter every time I washed them and my gums didn't bleed.
I just got their "White Shock" kit and I am eager to use it, amazing company and I suggest everyone should have one.
TL;DR Use BlanX, especially their White Shock kit. Worth the money.
Costs about $2000 per tooth
Not worth it imo
PS: yes I know I did pilfer many ideas and tips from lookism and looksmax in combination with YouTube and other websites.
Shouts out to @Lifeisgood72 @Zeus
Compiled info from various sites and places
Get 3%Lifelet said:I need braces and massive whitening. Bought hydrogen peroxide but was too afraid / didn't know how to use it
That's why you take a low concentration (3%) and dilute with water. The higher the concentration the stronger. It's perfectly safe and effective when done correctly🧐🧐🧐🧐 said:Hydrogen Peroxide melts your enamel
Is it really strong and black? Is there sugar? If it is strong,black, and has no sugar it can actually help your teeth if you drink in small amounts. In your case you are drinking 5 cups lmao!obhmwtsg said:bruh im drinking up to 5 cups of black tea everyday, how tf am i suppose to stop lol
no its some standart black tea, no sugarKingkellz said:Is it really strong and black? Is there sugar? If it is strong,black, and has no sugar it can actually help your teeth if you drink in small amounts. In your case you are drinking 5 cups lmao!
I suggest slowly weaning off your dependency. Reduce it to 4 cups for a week then 3 then 2 etc etc.
To quote, do the following:obhmwtsg said:bruh sry i dont know how to quote here yet
Daw said:Lmao I only brush every other day because fluoride fucks my memory up.
Exposure to fluoride aggravates the impairment in learning and memory and neuropathological lesions in mice carrying the APP/PS1 double-transgenic mutation - Alzheimer's Research & TherapyBackground Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is responsible for 60–70% of all cases of dementia. On the other hand, the tap water consumed by hundreds of millions of people has been fluoridated to prevent tooth decay. However, little is known about the influence of fluoride on the expression of APP and...alzres.biomedcentral.com
there’s a toothpaste called regenerate that’s supposed to rebuild enamelPenileFacialSurgery said:Anything for rebuilding and strengthening enamel besides vitamin D3 +k2?
I heard coconut oil already does this but I’m unsure
I've heard vit c and a help as well as calcium and phosphorusPenileFacialSurgery said:Anything for rebuilding and strengthening enamel besides vitamin D3 +k2?
I heard coconut oil already does this but I’m unsure
is that from coconut oil swishing? or do they brush their teeth with the coconut oilfar336 said:To quote, do the following:
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Hope that helps
Also, if anyone is not convinced coconut oil does work, I found more before and after pictures of people that have used them:
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yeah i use sensodyne pronamel and its goodKingkellz said:I've heard vit c and a help as well as calcium and phosphorus
I think certain toothpaste like sensodybe can make teeth more acid resistant.
So about 7x5in? That's not bad at all.needsolution said:18/12.5cm
Grith is shit.