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whiten up

v.
1. To become whiter: The towels whitened up when I washed them with bleach.
2. To cause something to become whiter: The dentist whitened up my coffee-stained teeth. This polish will whiten your golf shoes up.
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With Listerine Whitening Quick Dissolving Strips Americans are finally free to whiten teeth while going to the movies, playing outdoor sports and shopping --activities most people previously avoided while using conventional whitening strips.
The friend confirmed her theories that a selected proprietary wavelength and custom blend gel would whiten teeth.
Millions of people are undergoing treatment to whiten their teeth, but are unable to get the desired results.
Consumers can use them just once a day to whiten teeth in only five days, when visible results can be seen.
The product, which was due to arrive on store shelves last month, features an ingredient called Citroxain, which promises to whiten teeth and protect them from stains.
The active dental peroxide in the gel formula goes beyond tooth cleaning to whiten teeth.
however, utilizes sodium pyrophosphate to whiten the teeth and sells the product at a much lower price.
P&G's Crest SpinBrush Pro Whitening--which is said to whiten teeth in two weeks by removing up to 88% of surface stains--should likewise win an increasing number of adherents, he adds.
Take-home teeth whitening option allows patients to whiten their teeth at their convenience in a safe, effective, and personalized way.
Weekend White is formulated to whiten teeth to six shades in just three days with a simple two-step process: rinse with accelerator mouth wash, brush on super whitening gel, and repeat two times a day for three days.
An Iowa measure (House File 380) states that any person who performs or assists with any part of tooth whitening procedures (which means the application of "chemicals" to lighten or whiten teeth) for another person is practicing dentistry.
Products that allow consumers to whiten their teeth at home also represents a booming business, according to ACNielson, which reports that mass retail sales of packaged teeth whitening systems already total nearly $300 million a year.
More important for retailers, the same survey found that a majority of consumers would rather whiten their teeth at home than subject themselves to costly professional treatments.
Whitening Bright Studio is a comfortable, safe in-office whitening procedure that is proven to whiten teeth by several shades in just a single 20 minute visit.