We cover a lot of teeth whitening products here at Insider Picks, like asking an orthodontist if Crest white strips are actually safe to use and compiling recommendations from a cosmetic dentist on the best at-home treatments. It’s kind of a no-brainer — most people want to enjoy white teeth. And since so many of us take steps to whiten our smiles, it’s also started feeling like the new norm.
And, if you’re looking for efficacy and convenience, you’ve maybe started looking at mouthpieces with LED lights in them. It’s a way of faking an in-office professional teeth whitening without the trip or the big bill. According to WebMD, heat, light, or a combination of the two may be used in a dentist’s office to speed and intensify the whitening process.
One of the most high-profile options is the GLO Brilliant Teeth Whitening Device, which the company sent me to test. The device is available at retailers like Sephora, and GLO Science claims it’s clinically proven to whiten teeth “five times whiter without sensitivity.”
The upside is that it’s been the most effective at-home teeth whitening system that I’ve used, and it can be seen as an investment since you have the device for future applications after your initial purchase. The downside is that it’s paired with a steep upfront cost and you’ll have to commit to five days of continuous applications.
The short of it is that the device noticeably whitened my teeth, and whitened them more uniformly and drastically than I’ve seen with other teeth whiteners like at-home strips. It only takes 32 minutes a day, but you will have to commit to doing it five days in a row. For me, though, that wasn’t a horrible compromise since it’s not usually hard to find 32 minutes to spare before bedtime. Read More..
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