Do Zimba white strips actually work?
Yes, they do! If you're looking for an effective and safe whitening solution, Zimba Whitening Strips are the perfect alternative to Crest Whitestrips. Zimba Whitening Strips are vegan-friendly and offer a great value for your money. They are also enamel safe, so unlike some other whitening solutions, they won't harm your teeth. Moreover, Zimba Whitening Strips are made to produce results more quickly than conventional whitening strips.
It's crucial to carefully follow the directions when using Zimba Whitening Strips. Prior to placing the strips, clean your teeth thoroughly. After removing the strips, wait at least 30 minutes before eating or drinking anything. Also, since using other whitening treatments concurrently with Zimba Whitening Strips can increase sensitivity, it's crucial to avoid doing so.
What should I do right after taking off whitening strips?
After taking off your whitening strips, it is important to take the proper steps in order to maintain your newly whitened teeth.
First, brush your teeth with a soft-bristled toothbrush and toothpaste to remove any excess whitening gel that may have remained on your teeth.
Then, rinse your mouth with water to remove any additional residue.
Finally, avoid eating or drinking anything for at least 30 minutes to allow the whitening gel to fully set.
Do Zimba whitening strips damage teeth?
No, Zimba whitening strips are safe and effective for teeth whitening. Fortunately, Zimba Whitening Strips are the perfect solution for achieving a brighter, whiter smile without damaging your enamel. Our advanced whitening strips are formulated with a special enamel-safe formula that won’t damage your teeth. The strips are made to remove stains and discolouration softly and effectively without damaging your enamel.
However, to be on the safer side, use whitening strips in moderation, as overuse will not only cause tooth sensitivity over time, but it will also permanently damage your tooth’s enamel and the surface below. Once your enamel has eroded, it can’t be grown back, leaving your tooth’s nerves vulnerable to temperature sensitivity, tooth decay and more severe issues.
Always follow the recommended time frame and make sure your teeth are in good health before using whitening strips.
Are Zimba whitening strips as good as Crest?
Zimba whitening strips are an excellent substitute for conventional Crest Whitestrips. Zimba whitening strips are the ideal solution for those looking for vegan-friendly choices for their teeth health. They are a secure and all-natural solution to get a whiter smile because they are manufactured from plant-based chemicals. Also, since they don't contain any harsh chemicals, they are kind to the gums and teeth.
Furthermore, Zimba whitening strips are easy to use and offer fast results.They are placed right on the teeth and remain there for a predetermined period of time. The strips are then taken out and thrown away. The strips' active chemicals work to remove stains and discoloration from the teeth, leaving a smile that is whiter and brighter.
Do you rinse after whitening strips?
After using whitening strips, rinsing your mouth is an important step in the aftercare procedure. It's important to rinse your mouth with water or mouthwash after your teeth-whitening treatment is finished in order to get rid of any whitening gel that might still be on your teeth. This will help in stopping further tooth whitening or discoloration.
Because the whitening gel contains hydrogen peroxide, which can harm your teeth's enamel (if left on for too long) it's also important to rinse your mouth after using whitening strips. The hydrogen peroxide in your mouth will be removed by rinsing, which will also help to safeguard your teeth.
It will be challenging to remove the severe stains from your teeth if you have plaque or tartar buildup on your teeth. Before utilizing our whitening kits, it is advised to use a whitening toothpaste or have the plaque and tartar removed by a dentist. Plaque, tartar, and stains that accumulate on top are also easily removed with Zimba Whitening Powder. You'll be prepared to whiten the deep stains once plaque and tartar have been eliminated.
Can I whiten if I have plaque or tartar?
How often can I use Zimba Whitening Strips?
We recommend completing one full 2-week treatment consecutively, doing one treatment per day. After completing your initial 2-week treatment, it is important to give your teeth some time to rest and rehydrate before completing another treatment.
We recommend waiting at least 4 weeks before completing another 2-week treatment. Completing multiple treatments per year will keep your teeth at the bright, white shade that you desire!
What causes tooth sensitivity? Is it harmful?
As the tooth becomes partially dehydrated, tooth sensitivity develops. Your teeth's nerves will be triggered as a result, which is known as tooth sensitivity. Your teeth will moisten themselves naturally, and your sensitivity will go.
No! Although it's not harmful or permanent, tooth sensitivity can be annoying. Please pause your treatment if you experience any tooth sensitivity while using Zimba Products and get in touch with us for further information.
Will Zimba whiten fluorosis stains?
Our products will help blend the appearance of fluorosis staining to match your natural teeth color. Whitening dental fluorosis staining can initially cause the white spotting to appear more evident, but over time fluorosis stains can become less noticeable. Mild cases of fluorosis will benefit most from using Zimba Whitening Product
What's the best time to whiten?
We recommend doing your whitening treatments at night, if possible! The reason for this is because after you whiten your teeth, the pores in your teeth are opened larger than normal. This implies that the first hour following your teeth-whitening procedure is the easiest for stains to return to your teeth.
For the first hour after teeth whitening, eating or drinking anything could lessen the results! When you whiten at night, you can go to bed without having to worry about ingesting anything that can stain!