Showing posts with label whiter teeth. Show all posts
Showing posts with label whiter teeth. Show all posts

Saturday, November 2, 2013

How To Save On Therabreath Teeth Whitening Kit TTHW-TBRI-459

This is the trick to save a little bit on the TTHW-TBRI-459 model tooth whitening kit by Therabreath AND get a free tube of perio therapy toothpaste as well! 

"Sorry, but the kit as been discontinued".  try one of these teeth whitening packages instead.  

Note:  If you can get your order up to $60, you can use coupon b-fg5  which will give you $5 off the order + Free Shipping.   (but no toothpaste).  

So you have two options to choose from!  

coupon for teeth whitening kit  TTHW-TBRI-459


Thursday, July 18, 2013

Teeth Whitening Pens Rock! Why?

teeth whitening pens rockLet's say you need a little teeth whitening touch up.   You don't want to have a mouth full of chemicals to use home trays.  You also do not want to spend a small fortune at the dentists office.  That's where these teeth whitening pens come in!

You have a lot more control over how much chemical is being used and you also have control over WHERE the chemical goes.   This is my biggest beef with the 'tray' method.

Trays leave way too much chemical on your gum tissue.   It doesn't matter whether you use trays at home or in a dental office, it is the same effect.  You can't help but spill whitening chemical over the tray and onto your gums.  

We need to keep our gums healthy because they support our teeth.   Now we can have more control over keeping the chemical on our teeth and AWAY from the gums.  This is the advantage to using teeth whitening pens.  It is also the reason I like them better!

If you have any questions, we can be reached at 1-800-586-6849.  This number works for both questions and phone orders.

Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease

PS:  you may also want to take a look at this while you are here.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

I want to whiten my teeth. What's the best way?

This is a question I received via twitter:  I want to whiten my teeth what's the best way

Here is my Answer: 

Double check with your dentist to make sure you are a candidate for teeth whitening.  Then check this out:

I like the pens a lot better than 'trays' and other methods.  With the pens, you have a lot more control over where the whitening chemicals go.  There is no need to worry about damaging gum tissue etc.

Again,  be sure you are working with a dentist to make sure nothing goes wrong in you teeth
 whitening attempts.

1. let your dentist know what you plan.

2. Ask if it is ok and if he can monitor you.

Read more about the pens and get a cool coupon to use too.

PS:  Get your free guides on fighting gum disease and stopping bad breath  

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Want Whiter Teeth?

I hope to get teeth whitening pens added to Toothy Grins Store this week.  

If you can't wait, and must have them now, then go here.  

If you don't have teeth whitening pens now, let me explain the benefits to you:

Features  | Benefits

No bulky trays  - Benefit:  You are now able to control how much chemical agent touches your gum tissue.   One problem with the tray method is that an abundance of whitening chemical (mostly a peroxide of some type) ends up touching your gum tissue.     You can read about why this is bad in this related post on baking soda.   

[Note: you may need to read the above link carefully, so you don't miss the point, which is buried in the article.  ]

NO FUSS  - Benefit:  Saves you time and hassle.  With trays you have to either make them or store them or both.  They take up space and making the molds is not that much fun in the first place.  Then, you have to keep them clean. With the whitening pens,  they just stay in their little tubes (with a paint on brush).  They take up little space and you don't have to clean trays!    Bonus!

Cost Savings  -  It's true that you get smaller amounts of chemical in the whitening pen kits than you do in the tray kits.  However, you waste a lot more whitening chemical with the trays (that which gets mashed against your gum tissue).  With the pens, you just 'paint' the chemical on,  this allow you to use far less and to control where the chemical goes better.

As I mentioned:  Toothy Grins will be adding the pens to the store soon.   But, you can get some great whitening pens here while you are waiting!     

Tip: Use coupon a-per10 at the above link to score yourself free shipping and free toothpaste. 

Use coupon code a-per10 for these pens now. 


PS:  Get your free guide to stopping bad breath   or gum disease

You might also be interested in - The Hydro Floss Magnetic Irrigator

Monday, March 25, 2013

Teeth Whitening Pens With Coupon

Product:  Teeth Whitening Pens

Suggested coupon to use:   a-per10      (other coupons)

I personally would prefer to use teeth whitening pens over the tray method.  With the tray method, harsh chemicals come into contact with the gum tissue.  I do not like that.

With the pens, you have more control over where the whitening material ends up.   That is why I prefer the whitening pens.

The coupon I suggest you use for this is a-per10.  There will be a video below, showing you exactly how to apply the coupon.

Coupon a-per10 gives you free shipping + free tube of perio therapy toothpaste.  The free shipping is definitely saving you cash.   The free toothpaste is a $14 value.  (that's what it retails for).

Ready for the video to see how to save on this product?   Here it is:


Link to Product:  Teeth Whitening Pens

I hope you have enjoyed this video and will benefit from it.   Questions and comments go in the comment section below.

PS:  Get your free guides on fighting gum disease and stopping bad breath   

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Do Not Brush Your Teeth With Baking Soda

Many People Are Advocating It,  But That Does Not Mean They Are Correct

* Be sure to share your opinion on this topic below in the comment section and read the comments that are there already.

I know that there are many people, even dental health professionals that extol the virtues of brushing with baking soda. 

Now, if you are using a toothpaste that contains baking soda, that is different than what I am talking about here.  That is a small amount of baking soda.  I'm addressing those who actually dip a wet toothbrush in pure baking soda and proceed to brush their teeth with it!

There are also those who advocate mixing baking soda with hydrogen peroxide and brushing with that.  I also believe that is problematic too.  I would not personally do either.  


Ask The Right Professional If You Cannot Accept What I Am Saying

I'm going to share the subjective and anecdotal evidence I have against the practice.  And, I am going to ask you, if you still have any doubts, to ask a periodontist about brushing with baking soda. Specifically ask him if doing so can cause gum recession

Baking soda is very abrasive and definitely has the ability to erode your gum line (gum recession) as does brushing too hard in general, even without baking soda.

I asked my own periodontist about this and he said he could definitely see how baking soda could cause gum erosion due to its abrasive property.

Subjective But Important Information I Have Collected

I have two stories to relate to you hear.   You will make your own choices of course,  I am only sharing the information I have heard from two separate sources.

1.  A Dentist  - I know a prevention oriented dentist named Ellie Phillips.  You may have heard of her.  She sells the Zellies brand of xylitol mints and gums.  Has developed the Clean, White Teeth protocol, and has written a book:  Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye.

She has over 30 years of real clinical experience behind her.   She told me that anytime she has seen a patient with rapid and unexplained (not due to gum disease or other disease) gum recession, they have always been using either hydrogen peroxide or baking soda in their mouths!

Anyone who has noticed this in their practice over a 30 year period, is worth paying attention to, in my opinion.

2.  The Second piece of information on this came from one of my customers.  I often have lengthy discussions with my customers.  On this particular day, probably a couple of years ago, we talked about baking soda.

I explained what Dr. Phillips said in number 1 above.   This customer told me that she had tried baking soda but didn't like the taste so she did not continue.

Then she had an epiphany.  Her husband had been brushing with baking soda for years.  And he DID have an unnatural amount of gum recession.   She said compared to the rest of his family he had more recession than they did.

OK, those are my two pieces of information to share.

Again, you are going to make your own choices.  I know that!.

But, I feel better knowing that I at least shared what appears to be the truth with you.   I understand my evidence is subjective.  But that is the best I have to go on.

One thing I often say is this, "It is better to error on the side of caution".  This means, "It is better to be safe than sorry."

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