What are your options for whitening?
- Strips from the drugstore? Tried 'em and didn't have the discipline to use them every day until they sloooowly made a difference.
- Shopping mall kiosk? Laid there for 90 minutes in an uncomfortable position with a tech who seemed untrained in using the UV lamp that, for all I knew, was radiating me in ways I shouldn't be radiated.
- Dentist's office? Did that, too. It required $$$ and more than one trip to get the molds made and delivered to me.
Here's a teeth-whitening option: SmileBrilliant does what the dentist's office does, but I don't actually need to go into the dentist's office. The price is $120, and SmileBrilliant is giving away one set -- a kit to create upper and lower trays, as well as 3 syringes (which equates to 9 applications of whitening gel) to a randomly chosen commenter. Read on to enter the giveaway.
A SmileBrilliant kit gives you all you need -- including very clear instructions -- to have your own trays made by a professional dental lab that does the same work for dentists who don't have their own lab.
I was a little nervous but the instructions were very easy to follow. I was surprised how little time was needed to make dental impressions just like the professionals do.
Base paste + Catalyst Past = fun to knead
Within minutes I had made my own dental impressions.
I popped the impressions into the mail in the envelope that was included and waited just a few days. Soon, I received these.
(The white cast was sent to me just for illustrative purposes and is not typically included.)
The kit comes with desensitizing gel, which I apply to my teeth via the trays just prior to whitening. I rinse that out of the trays, dry, then put a thin strand of gel into the trays.
Hint: To make the gels last a bit longer, I treat only the teeth that show when I smile and only the front side of those teeth. Why whiten those ones in the very back? I've not yet gone through one of the three applicators, and already I can see a difference.
How cool is it that SmileBrilliant is giving away a coupon code for $119.95 (the value of a kit)? To enter, visit SmileBrilliant's articles and tell me which title is most interesting to you. Also:
- Make sure to leave your email in some way so I can contact you if you win.
- Enter by midnight September 24, 2014.
- As I said above, visit SmileBrilliant's articles and tell me which title is most interesting to you.
** UPDATE** Random.org chose #2. Doreen, check your email! **
Bonus chance: Visit Mom In Management for more chances to win!
Disclosure: I received a sample for purposes of writing an honest review.
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