Why Teeth Whitening Toothpaste Does Not Work?
Do teeth whitening toothpastes work?
Oops, don’t get it wrong, it is not really a false advertising coming from its manufacturers because they do work. They work, however, in a way that you don’t expect it to be. The confusion of its definition on how it whitens teeth lies in what teeth whitening means and does clinically and this is to clean the teeth so that it will go back to its natural color, whatever the shade of your teeth might be. Now, if you want to have that incandescent whiteness for your teeth, then you must need to have a teeth bleaching, not whitening.
Confusion began when “teeth bleaching” is also called “teeth whitening” for the reason that bleaching does not sound as nice as whitening in the ears of its consumers. So companies opt to call it whitening as it sounds better this way.
Now, toothpastes on the other hand are only certified teeth whiteners by ADA if function to clean and remove surface teeth stains so toothpastes as teeth whitening do work, only not as a bleaching agent.