Having yellow teeth is embarrassing, can deeply affect your personal life and, like it or not, your career as well. People are turned off (in both a professional and personal sense) by yellow teeth. For years dentists have capitalized on this fact by charging exorbitant prices of $500 or more for “professional” teeth whitening procedures—most of which involve special tooth whitening trays with carbamide peroxide, and/or whitening “pens,” that can turn the yellowest of teeth white. Products like Crest Whitening strips are certainly less expensive options (these products seem to hover around the $50-$80 mark depending on the exact treatment).
For decades the reality has been simple: if you want white teeth, you have to be willing to spend some serious coin at the dentist.
Cathy, a mom from Santa Cruz, California, recently discovered a clever way of combining two different teeth whitening offers from two different companies—she recommends Premium White Pro and Clean Whites—to get one full “super” whitening, comparable to what you might attain at a local dentist for $400 or more. This combination has the potential to remove general yellowing, wine stains, coffee stains and smoking stains to give you a true “dentist-strength” whitening. The beauty of this trick, however, isn’t just that there are these special offers, but that Cathy was also able to locate two special coupon codes that reduce the shipping charges on each of the products to next to nothing (after the codes shipping is under three dollars total for both products).
Cathy says, “My teeth are whiter and I feel more confident. I’m just happy I didn’t shell out the $500 my dentist would have charged! I’m no doctor, dentist, or medical expert, but it appears that each of the separate products focus on different parts of the problem, or that the second one just gave the whitening enough of a ‘boost’ that it finished the job! By using them both in a row I was able to get even better results, and because they both had these crazy special offers, and I found coupon codes for them, I was able to do the whole thing by just paying a few dollars in shipping charges (the shipping was $1.97 on Premium White Pro and $0.97 on the other).
Thanks for the tip Cathy!
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