5 Teeth Whitening Products Tested: What We Learned, Beauty Vigour

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5 Teeth Whitening Products Tested: What We Learned

Beth Mole

5 Teeth Whitening Products Tested: What We Learned, Beauty Vigour

Do you want to restore your smile and your health? You can do just that with the help of Dr. Joe Nemeth and his associates. Recently, Dr. Nemeth did a really interesting experiment with five different teeth whitening products.

Five of his staff volunteered to whiten their teeth with the products with varying results. Read on to learn more about each of the products, and the results of the experiment.


Tara was the first volunteer to use Auraglow. Overall, she felt it was effective and liked it. It comes with a LED light that supposedly helps activate the material and makes it more effective, though some feel that the LED light is more of a gimmick than a reality.

Tara noticed a difference after using it for three times. She recommends using it for 30 minutes a day, and warned that it is one size fits all, so the mouth guard may be a little big and hard to get used to. She also noticed some sensitivity after using it, but it normally went away by the next day.


Skyler, the only male volunteer, used Opalescense. It’s a combination of 20% peroxide and toothpaste, and Skyler felt that the peroxide did most of the work. He liked it and noticed a lot of brightness after the first week. One issue was that when he molded the mouth guard, it caused a lot of pain and sensitivity at the bottom of his lower gum.

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SuperSmile Tooth Whitening Kit

Beth used SuperSmile Tooth Whitening Kit. It was time consuming, as it requires two different toothpastes and a rinse. The rinse tasted terrible and left her mouth feeling gross.

She didn’t notice a really big difference between the before and after and wouldn’t recommend the whole kit. Instead, she suggests just buying the toothpaste and accelerator separately.

MI Paste

Deborah used MI Paste, which is used for sensitivity. She didn’t think it made her teeth much whiter, and had some difficulty using the trays. She would like to try a different whitening product to see if she could get a better response.

Crest 3D White Strips

Doreen used Crest 3D White Strips, which she found to be very easy to use. She could wear them while she was working, exercising, and shopping. She noticed that her teeth were brighter and whiter after using them, and recommends them.

Overall, Skyler got the best results, with Tara a close second. Doreen was third, Beth fourth, and Deborah fifth. If you are considering a teeth whitening product, hopefully this experiment will help you decide which one is right for you. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Nemeth, visit drnemeth.com.

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