Excitement. Forgot.max_altitude said:A before shot probably would have been a good idea.
The colour on everyones teeth is different. You can't say they 'should be' that colour at 'that age'.dynamicv said:You're getting bleached at 17? Teeth should be that colour anyway at that age. What have you been eating?
I was going to get them professionally, then the Dentist said to check out home kits, and gave me a couple of names to search for.dietcokevanilla said:
This is exactly the same ascrazycat said:A few names? links? i might be intrested in doing it myself
Thanks for the advise, buddy.Black&Tan said:Just be cautious and don't overdo it. As far as I know, there are no long term studies as to whether these treatments will damage your teeth in the future. My uncle is in the implant business and he is concerned about whether it damages the dentin....
From a site:josh.thomas said:Oh no.. what happens? LOL
Remember the television episode of "Friends" when Ross bleached his teeth to the point they glowed in the dark? Theorizing that what's worth doing is worth doing to excess, some consumers think there is no limit to how white they can make their teeth.
Wish we had them here, I want the real white teeth - they're not quite there yet.. but they will be soonaricher said:Teeth whitening at your age is pretty silly IMHO. At my age and having quit smoking I'm going for it. My dentist set me up with prescription-grade Creat whitestrips. Apparently it's the exact same chemicals and procedure as "Brite Smile," at a fraction of the price. Brite Smile (light activated whitening is around $700 USD and only takes an hour or so. The Whitestrips take 3 weeks (1 hour/day) and have the exact same results but only cost $75. My dentist said that the strips they sell in the store would work but not as well or fast and are also more expensive.
Thanks for the advise. I don't smoke so thats something, and don't eat anything particularly 'yucky' since I'm dieting too.aricher said:Be sure you don't drink dark liquids, eat anything staining or smoke while you are going through the whitening process. Your teeth are temporarily more porous while whitening and can stain very easily.
Oh, hes the Top Gear guy man! The one that like 30 something and still looks like a Student.Lau said: