Teeth Whitening Myths Busted
Mention teeth whitening and you receive questions like “Doesn’t it hurt your teeth and cause sensitivity?” and “Do they really work?” In this post we’re here to dispel those myths and put the facts straight.
– All whitening toothpastes cause sensitivity
In the UK the use of high levels Hydrogen Peroxide in teeth whitening toothpastes is banned. This ingredient has been widely reported to cause sensitivity to teeth through teeth whitening products. No Janina Ultra White products use high or dangerous levels of Hydrogen Peroxide.
– You have to go to a dentist to whiten your teeth
Not necessarily. There are plenty of at-home options, which are coat effective and affordable. For daily teeth whitening try one of our toothpastes or for fast results, the Maxiwhite Professional Teeth Whitening Pre-Filled Trays whiten teeth by 7 shades in just 5 days.
– They don’t really work
Most teeth whitening products will have clinically proven stamps on their products when they have been tried, tested and proven to whiten teeth. The Janina Ultra White Bromaine Complex is a combination of fruit enzymes to lift stains and provide low abrasive teeth whitening.
– Teeth become stained naturally
Teeth can become stained for various reasons such as the enamel becoming thinner with age and showing a yellow colour or if you’ve taken particular medicines which are prone to staining. Daily teeth staining can be from drinking tea, coffee, wine, fizzy drinks or other drinks which can stain teeth. Nicotine can also cause outside staining.