Yes, do it myself
Yes, have it professionally done
if so, what do you use?
2 words for you - white strips! They're seriously what I use for about 98% of my patients bleaching requests, and the only difference between the "professional" white strips that I sell in my office vs. the white strips you can by at your local pharmacy is what is in the pharmacy now was what I sold in my office before Crest came out with their latest version (what I sell now), and when Crest comes out with their next version, then what I sell now will be available in the pharma cy. Plus, there hasn't been any mega changes in the chemistry of their bleach in many years, just some minor changes to the buffering agents to further reduce the chances of post bleaching temperature sensitivity
yes, I have custom trays from my dentist and then I use nitewhite ACP 22% --> http://www.amazon.com/NiteWhite-ACP-.../dp/B004M5LBNE
it's totally worth it as i can just buy refills. I had the trays made probably five years ago now.
Cue the jokes
My brother's 6'7" friend dropped me on my face from his shoulder height when I was 9 years old and most of my top 6 front teeth were completely smashed out.
I had them capped, but the dentist I went to as a kid used Resin caps that started to fail after 15 years. I had them replaced with porcelain about 10 years ago. It cost me a ton of money, but they've been perfect every since. I don't bother whitening the rest of my teeth as the 6 top front ones are really all you see.
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