You can now combine your favorite teeth whitening toothpaste with a mouthwash to provide you with added whitening power on a daily basis. Mouthwash is a staple in the brushing process and shouldn’t be overlooked when you are choosing your teeth whitening products. We’ve compiled a list of some that will work for you, no matter what your needs are.
Rembrandt Plus Peroxide Whitening Mouthwash – Rembrandt promises to restore and strengthen enamel with their mouthwash while releasing fast acting peroxide to help you whiten your teeth. After just one use, you can see visible results in the whiteness of your teeth. After a few weeks, you should see long lasting whiteness. For under $10, this is a good place to start for anyone.
Listerine Whitening Pre-Brush Rinse – 4 times the whitening power of toothpaste. You’ll get the benefits of your favorite mouthwash, plus the power of a whitener. The only drawback being that this rinse has a taste that lets you know that there is Hydrogen Peroxide in there, so it may take a bit of getting used to. Rinsing for a full minute, you’ll see immediate whitening results. Then continue on to brushing as you normally would. Not a bad way to go for under $6.
Crest 3D White Multi-Care Whitening Rinse – Crest has given you a gentle rinse formula that contains the same whitening ingredients you’ll find in their whitestrips. You can combine it with the strips and whitening toothpaste, having a heavy arsenal of whitening power at your side. They promise you everything that your normal mouthwash would, with the power of whitener, too.
Users of whitening mouthwashes consider them to have a pleasant taste; the taste is certainly more enjoyable than any of the other teeth whitening products.
Regular fluoride mouthwashes are good to use after using a whitening mouthwash and brushing. Some say that it is unwise to use fluoride mouthwashes containing alcohol, as this can have some detrimental effect to the sensitive enamel, causing it to stain. This is very arguable, and many disagree with it. I personally have experienced no detrimental effects from using alcohol containing fluoride mouthwashes.
A special word of caution must be given to users who are also undergoing other teeth whitening treatments – the hydrogen peroxide in the whitening mouthwashes may “push you over the edge” to a point where your mouth has simply had too much peroxide and cause sensitivity. This does not happen to most people, but it can happen to some. Cases are higher with those using the stronger teeth whitening products such as laser teeth whitening, Crest Whitestrips Supreme, Crest Whitestrips Advanced Seal, and Crest Whitestrips Pro Effects. Whitestrip users are at a higher risk than those undergoing laser teeth whitening treatment, because the strips sit for such a long period of time on the teeth.You can buy dental instruments like dental air compressor from internet.
So the bottom line is this – whitening mouthwashes are not recommended, because they have little to no effectiveness and are quite expensive.