Whitening Toothpaste FAQs
How is it different to other whitening toothpastes?
Is this an every day toothpaste?
Is it safe to use if I have had previous dental work?
Is it suitable for children?
Is this product safe to use whilst pregnant or breastfeeding?
Will the diamond not wear my enamel away?
Does It contain fluoride?
Whitening Strips FAQ’S
How are the Icy Bear Whitening strips different to other on the market?
Will the Icy Bear Whitening strips whiten my teeth?
How long will the results last?
Will the strips whiten my existing crowns, veneers, or bridges?
Will the strips work if I have composite bonding or composite veneers?
I have fillings in my front teeth will these whiten?
I have gum problems/gum disease can I use these strips?
What age are these recommended to be used from?
Are the Icy Bear Whitening strips safe to use whilst pregnant or breastfeeding?
How do the Icy Bear Whitening Strips work?
Electric Toothbrush FAQ’S
How is the Icy Bear Sonic Whitening Toothbrush different to other on the market?
Can I purchase replacement toothbrush head?
How do I charge my electronic toothbrush?
How often do I need to change brush head?
Are electronic toothbrushes better than manual toothbrushes?
What features does the toothbrush have?
Whitening Kit FAQ’S
How Long will Whitening Last?
Maintaining Teeth Whitening To help maintain results, it is always a good idea to consider in-between treatment top ups. Some may find their teeth stay white for 6 months, whilst others may last for up to 2 years. Topping up your teeth whitening regularly and using safe and effective maintenance products, such as the Icy Bear Diamond Dust Toothpaste, (which works by inhibiting and preventing stains) will help increase the longevity of those pearly whites. Just think of it like your after-sun lotion after a long day at the beach! Lifestyle Habits Ultimately, the biggest cause of discolouration overtime will result from your lifestyle habits. Smoking or chewing tobacco, red wine, coffee and tomato-based sauces and curries over a period of time, will reduce how long your teeth stay white. These are considered to be ‘high-staining’ products, similarly, specific medications can also impact the colour of your teeth. Practise makes perfect and by making small adaptations over a substantial period of time, this will transform and upgrade your overall oral health routine.