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Tooth hacks don’t work - Liquid Smile does

Thursday, September 21st, 2017, 6:22 pm

tooth whitening treatmentsThere have been a flood of tooth whitening products on the market in recent years – not to mention a torrent of ‘life hacks’ – and they all have something in common: they never work half as well as you’d like them to. However, there’s one shining example: Liquid Smile.

We’ve come across many dental products in our time, and we find that Liquid Smile is the best tooth whitening product available. Available only from dental and medical professionals, it’s a unique paint-on whitening pen that takes less than a minute to apply, is easy to use, and gets results within two weeks.

All this, and H2O2

What’s the difference between Liquid Smile and other tooth whitening products? The answer is simple: because it delivers the highest concentration of H2O2 (otherwise known as hydrogen peroxide) to your teeth. Hydrogen peroxide is the only germicidal agent composed solely of water and oxygen, and is considered as the safest natural sanitizer in the industry.

When H2O2 comes into contact with microorganisms – such as the stains on your teeth - it safely breaks them down in a controlled non-toxic manner.

While other whiteners use carbamide peroxide, Liquid Smile contains 12% of hydrogen peroxide, which has been proven to be three times stronger and four times faster during the tooth-whitening process than carbamide peroxide. The gel is manufactured using only the purest ingredients and the O2 bubbles within begin to remove tooth stains almost immediately.

Apply, sleep, live, repeat

The Liquid Smile routine couldn’t be easier: before you go to bed, you apply the built-in brush to your teeth. Job done. While you sleep, the formula goes to work – without strips that can slip about, or dental trays that can interrupt your slumber.

Liquid Smile is available right here at Refresh Cosmetic Surgery, so if you want to tackle your tooth-stain issues, contact us here.

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