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What is the best toothpaste to use?

The best toothpaste to use is one that contains both fluoride and hydroxyapatite.

What is the best Oral Care routine?

The best oral care routine is to see your dentist regularly (once or twice a year) and to brush your teeth twice a day and floss at least once a day.

What color is a healthy mouth?

Healthy gums are generally considered to be a coral pink and that is a sign of health. If there is isolated redness or spottiness that would be an indication of infection.

How do you fix poor oral hygiene?

Visit your dentist to learn how to properly brush and floss and then practice them on a regular basis by brushing twice daily and flossing at least once daily.

Why is oral care important?

Oral care is important to keep your mouth and gums healthy and free of disease, and to avoid systemic disease from originating in the mouth.

How do you use mouthwash properly?

Swish between your teeth and around all the soft tissue in your mouth to ensure coating for approximately 30-60 seconds. Also tilt your head back and gargle, but do not swallow.

What can your mouth tell you?

Your mouth can tell you a lot about what is going on with your body. If your mouth is not responding to treatment, or you experience a color change there may be a systemic issue.

How can I naturally strengthen my teeth and gums?

You can strengthen your teeth naturally by using paste that contains fluoride and hydroxyapatite and your gums by keeping them clean and free of bacteria.

What is the most common mouth disease?

The most common mouth disease is, by far, gingivitis (Inflammation of the gums). It affects up to 60% of the young adult population and 90% of the older adult population.

What is the best teeth whitener?

Teeth whitening is accomplished by using either a peroxide or carbamide peroxide gel, both break down using oxidation as the method of whitening teeth. The higher the concentration of peroxide, the faster whitening but unfortunately the higher the concentration is associated with more pain and sensitivity to the teeth and gums. The highest concentration peroxide gels are found at your dentist office and must used with a rubber dam to protect soft tissue from the gel as it will “burn” soft tissue. Lower, yet effective, concentrations of peroxide can be found in take home whitening kits. Our take home whitening kit contains 35% carbamide peroxide along with potassium nitrate to help minimize teeth sensitivity. For individuals who have experienced teeth and mouth sensitivity when whitening, we recommend our clinically proven Sensitive Toothpaste and Antioxidant Gel as a pre-treatment.

How long/often do I need to use the LED2 Teeth Whitening Device to see results?

We recommend using the LED2 Teeth Whitening Device for 15 minutes per day for 10-15 days. Can also be used for touch ups as needed.

Is the LED2 Teeth Whitening Device waterproof?

The LED2 Teeth Whitening Device is water resistant.

How can I whiten without increasing tooth sensitivity?

We recommend using our Pre-Whitening treatment for optimal sensitivity relief. Our whitening pre-treatment regimen is clinically proven to help eliminate sensitivity. Shop the whole bundle here: https://periosciences.com/products/whole-bundle.

How long does a set of Teeth Whitening Refill Pens last?

A set of 3 Teeth Whitening Refill Pens will last 12-15 uses.

How is the LED2 Teeth Whitening Device different from whitening strips?

Technology is designed to accelerate whitening active ingredients.  The whitening pen contains 35% carbamide peroxide for rapid whitening.