Looking for something to brighten that smile?
Teeth can have two types of staining: extrinsic (surface stains) and intrinsic (stains inside the tooth). Whitening rinses and pastes may be able to remove your surface stains, but a whitening agent may be needed to remove those stubborn stains inside the teeth. The active whitening agent is either carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide that penetrates your enamel to reach discolored molecules. Oxygen molecules from the whitening agents reacts with the discolored molecule in your tooth and breaks the bond, causing the discoloration to break away, resulting in the natural color of the tooth.
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