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    Ok my teeth are seriously yellow, well the canines are the worse (turning a very dark gold) the same with my premolars and molars, but not so bad. My front teeth are only slightly yellow. What tooth whitening products would people recommended?
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    see the dentist for a whitening treatment.
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    My cousin doesn't have yellow teeth, but she uses Pearl Drops and they make her teeth literally brilliantly white. Perhaps too white... but that wouldn't be the case with yellow teeth. Obviously not a long term solution though as you will have to reapply it after eating/drinking etc
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    charcoal and then baking soda
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    Apparently this is good.

    http://www.drgeorges.com/

    I bought some but haven't had a chance to properly use it yet.
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    dentist will properly advise you on this, i have some pretty bad marks on my teeth caused by an enamel disease and i have some bleaching trays and proper bleach for them. a dentist will be able to properly advises you on how often to apply such products and for how long etc, as prolonged use can cause extremely painful sensitivity
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    If you feel that they're really bad then I'd suggest getting them cosmetically whitened at the dentist or something? I've been using Colgate Total Professional Weekly Clean Toothpaste (http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stor...atalogId=11051) and you use it once a week (along with your normal toothpaste, I use Colgate whitening) for six weeks and I can totally see the difference. My teeth are pretty white anyway but that toothpaste makes them gleaming

    Of course, not everybody has naturally white teeth anyway. Some peoples teeth are naturally slightly yellow.

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    My cousin doesn't have yellow teeth, but she uses Pearl Drops and they make her teeth literally brilliantly white. Perhaps too white... but that wouldn't be the case with yellow teeth. Obviously not a long term solution though as you will have to reapply it after eating/drinking etc
    Is that something you just apply to your teeth or is it the actual toothpaste?
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    Paint?
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    (Original post by Less_then_zero)
    Paint?
    tip-ex?
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    I'd seek advice of dentist before trying anything.
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    (Original post by Belle-x)


    Is that something you just apply to your teeth or is it the actual toothpaste?
    It's - for want of a better phrase - this paint-type thing that you apply on to your teeth which makes them look white. I've got some but only use it for special occasions cos it's too fiddly to use regularly.
 
 
 
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