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You will notice visibly whiter teeth in just a few days with Teeth Whiten Tips™, an advanced tooth-whitening system that's both gentle and effective in lifting away coffee, tea, and other organic stains.
- Polishes while Whitening
- No strips or trays to wear
- Removes plaque at the same time
- Professional results at home
The Ease of a Cotton Swab-the Power of Oxygen
Teeth Whitening Tips is a new concept in dental whitening that delivers the stain-removing power of oxygen precisely where you need it even between teeth but is safe and gentle on the gums, and helps remove plaque, too in just minutes a day.
Our patented delivery system of formula-filled swabs eliminates the risk of contamination posed by re-usable brushes. Use once... and toss! It's so easy, and our unique, gentle formula begins to break down organic stains on contact, so it doesn't have to stay on your teeth for a long time. Just apply it to your teeth, rinse, and go!
Our Patented, Two-Step System Takes Only 5 Minutes, Twice a Day!
Here's how it works: Each Teeth Whiten Tips™ system comes with a 6-day supply of disposable applicator swabs filled with a liquid formula, and a separate jar of whitening powder. The jar contains gentle, stabilized Magnesium Peroxide (whitener) and Aluminum Trihydroxide (polisher) that is "activated" by the formula-filled swabs.
The Powder: Magnesium Peroxide releases oxygen slowly in contact with atmospheric moisture, and scrubs away stains safely and effectively. It is also used as a disinfectant in cosmetics, toothpaste and pharmaceuticals.
While the Magnesium Peroxide works to lift stains, powder-fine particles of Aluminum Trihydroxide polish your teeth for a smooth, shiny surface.
The Swab: The formula in our patented swabs consists of glycerine, water, peppermint flavor, FD&C Blue coloring, Methylparaben, a natural preservative and antimicrobial agent, and Propylparaben-another naturally occurring preservative compound that has long been manufactured for use in foods, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
The Process: When you're ready to use an applicator, snap the swab as per directions to release the formula, and dip it into the whitening powder. The swabs are designed to pick up and activate just the right amount of powder for each application-so you never have to worry about measuring.
Use one swab for your upper teeth, a separate one for your lower teeth, and then throw them away. It's that simple! Our formula also leaves your mouth minty fresh.
(See our FAQ page for common questions and answers)
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March 23, 2017. Cat Teeth | PoC (http://pictures-of-cats.org/cat-teeth.html) Feline tooth resorption typically originates in the cementum, may progress into root dentin, and then either progress through the root, into the crown, or both.
March 14, 2017. How to Brush Your Cat's Teeth the Right Way - Petful (http://www.petful.com/grooming/how-to-brush-cats-te eth-right-way/) Dental hygiene is important, even for cats. Learn about cat dental hygiene, how many teeth a cat has, & ten ways to keep your cat's teeth clean on petMD.
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March 16, 2017. Determining If Your Cat Has Healthy Teeth and Gums (https://www.thespruce.com/how-to-examine-your-cats- teeth-552103) Feline Dental Pathology and Care. Feline dental pathology and care are perhaps the most overlooked and under-treated areas in small animal medicine.
March 21, 2017. Dental Care - The Cat Community (http://catfriendly.com/cat-care-at-home/routine-car egrooming/dental-care/) Feline tooth resorption, also commonly called FORLs (feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions), is a very common oral disease, affecting from 30 to 40 percent of adult...
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