tooth whitener


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An agent—e.g., carbamide peroxide—which removes yellowish stains on teeth
Adverse effects Increased sensitivity of teeth to variations in temperatures, gum irritation; less frequently, sore throat, tooth pain, tingling of mouth, headaches

tooth whitener

Cosmetic dentistry Any agent–eg, carbamide peroxide, that removes yellowish stains on teeth See Cosmetic dentistry.
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urine is very useful - it can be used to make gunpowder, as a fertiliser, and as a tooth whitener (yuck!).
SPRAYWHITE[R]PRO follows WOW Oral Care's Spraywhite90 consumer tooth whitener as a stronger formulation available only through dental offices.
Meanwhile, Ross overdoses on tooth whitener prior to a date and ends up with blindingly bright teeth.
Share of Promotions by Segment Toothpaste 47% Mouthwash, Rinse 24% Toothbrushes 16% Dental Floss 3% Tooth Whitener, Polish 2% Other 8% Note: Table made from pie chart.
In the tooth whitener segment, prices have declined slightly, by 66 cents to $6.25, though whiteners still clearly occupy a premium niche.
(P&G) is seeking to extend its lead in the tooth whitener category, even as new competitors enter the field.
The tooth whitener category continued its wild ride, advancing 78% in 1993 and matching its 1992 position as the No.
Swabplus also offers a teething remedy in the same format as well as a tooth whitener. The company has tapped its unique delivery system for products in categories outside the oral care arena as well, including first aid and skin care.
The company has recently introduced a tooth whitener product, Dr.
Here, dental floss and tooth whiteners posted faster growth than established sectors, such as toothpaste, toothbrushes and mouth fresheners.
The ringleader of an operation that lured people into an expensive negative-option scam using a low-cost trial offer for tooth whiteners and other products is banned from negative-option sales under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.