A Different Take on Peroxide
There are many ways to whiten your teeth, however the most renowned and most researched bleaching agent in the market would be Hydrogen Peroxide.
Hydrogen Peroxide treatments have three classifications and is it based on the concentration used in each solution. It is also important to note that it doesn’t mean that a higher concentration is always better for the teeth. Below are the factors that we, The Smile Bar Manila took and researched to ensure its:
- Treatment Speed
- Minimal Side Effects
Low Concentration (HP <1%)
Teeth whitening products containing less than 1% hydrogen peroxide have minimal to almost Zero side effects. However, this type of treatment is mainly used for maintenance in whitening our teeth. Though it will not be sufficient enough in order to see visible results instantaneously, several weeks is needed to see some improvement.
The perfect solution to remove the stains in our teeth is to use high-quality mouthwash and toothpaste. The Smile Bar Manila took the initiative to select the most efficient set of oral care products from Brilliant Smile, a brand from Sweden. The SMILE BAR Manila is the exclusive distributor in Manila, three of the whitening products offered are below:
Medium Concentration (HP <6%)
THE SMILE BAR MANILA have formulated an ideal teeth whitening solution that promotes remarkable whitening results in just 20 minutes. The teeth whitening caters to everyone that wants to whiten their teeth. The service provides fast results and only applies safe procedures to your teeth. It is the best choice for a whiter and healthier smile!
High Concentration (HP 20-35%)
High Concentrations are used by most dentists and this procedure must be done with a gum barrier because having a high concentration of hydrogen peroxide does give you quick results for whitening but it comes at a cost as there are side effects and discomfort. The procedure itself is increasingly complicated when using High Concentration, hence it must only be done by professionals otherwise it can cause permanent damage to your teeth.