Cheap Home Teeth Whitening Kits : DIY Tooth Whitener Sets

Professional Grade Home Teeth Whitening Kits

DIY Home Dental Whitening Kits On The Cheap

Shopping for a low-cost teeth whitening kit that delivers professional results quickly? As a follow-up to your home tooth polisher cleaning session, you may want to try a whitening process to take your stain and plaque-free smile to the next level of brightness.

Affordable Professional Tooth Whitening Kits

Perform pro caliber dental whitening yourself in the convenience and privacy of your own home with these highly-affordable DIY teeth whitener products.
$10 Whitening SetDeluxe Whitener SetAll-In-1 Whitening Kit
White + Mineral Gels

LED Light + Trays
Crystal Smile Kit

Everything You Need
Beaming White Kit

Mouthguards + Gels

What's Included In A Professional Home Tooth Whitening System?

At the very least, professional home dental whitening products should include at least one syringe of a strong Carbamide Peroxide gel, a cool blue LED light for accellerating the bleaching process, and a pair of custom moldable mouth trays to hold the peroxide gel against your teeth for the recommended period of time.

Better whitener sets might also include a tooth color chart for evaluating the effectiveness of the process, a mouth stretcher to keep your lips away from the bleaching compound, and remineralizing gel to use afterwards to help seal the micro-pores in your tooth enamel. Reminineralizer's ought to include both Potassium Nitrate and Sodium Flouride to penetrate the pores in your enamel and help desensitize the teeth while they recover. A bleaching set might also include some protective ointment to appy to the gums before you apply the peroxide gel to prevent chemical burning of the gum tissue.

Why Do My Teeth Hurt After A Dental Whitening Process?

Bleaching of the teeth with strong peroxide bleach agents open up the pores in your enamel. It can take several days to rebuild on it's own. If you've ever had a professional and expensive ZOOM(tm) Whitening procedure done - you know your teeth may be EXCEPTIONALLY sensitive and feel achey for a day or two afterwards. You're also susceptible to easy staining and that's why after a clinical whitening procedure, your dentist will tell you to temporarily avoid smoking, coffee, tea and wines or juices during the recovery phase. Consumer toothpastes like SensoDyne with Postassium Nitrate and Flourides can help seal the pores and reduce sensitivity sooner.

How Often Can I Safely Whiten My Teeth?

With the availability of commercial-grade and very strong whitening gels with 30% - 40+% peroxide solutions, you need to be very careful and not over-do it. They're not meant for, nor recommended for frequent use! Once you've gotten the hang of properly applying, timing and performing a whitening session, you should be good for months with proper oral care and brushing in-between. Be aware that permanently discolored and graying dying teeth, areas where you've had tooth-bonding, or porcelain crowns will NOT respond to the whitening procedure like your own natural enamel.

Why Is Remineralizing Important After Home Whitening?

It's important to understand that teeth are ALIVE, not just hard little white and glassy stones that hang around in your mouth. They have a blood supply, a nerve system and a discrete anatomy that includes dentin, pulp and cementum underneath the surface enamel. There's microsocopic pores that extend throughout the outer layer of enamel. It's these tiny pores that hold stains and lead to discoloration over time - even if you keep the tooth surface otherwise clean. Assuming you are in good general health and eat a quality diet, your teeth will naturally harden and seal from the inside-out after a whitening session quickly enough, but a remineralizer can speed up the recovery process.