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Best Overall: GLO Science Deluxe Teeth Whitening Device
It combines the easy comfortability of being at home while giving you the clinical level result with its LED light.

Best Budget: Crest 3D White Whitestrips
Their ‘no slip’ grip allows you to drink liquids during sessions without having to worry about your treatment being compromised.

Best for Sensitive: Zimba Teeth Whitening Strips
The best product for anyone with sensitive teeth and gums.

Best Kit: AURAGLOW Teeth Whitening Kit
This LED powered gadget is chock full of all the bells and whistles you would expect in kits double and triple the price.

Best Pen: AURAGLOW Teeth Whitening Pen
The gel dries quickly—in just 60 seconds—and is safe enough to use twice daily.

Best Peroxide-Free: Oralgen NuPearl Whitening System at Bed Bath & Beyond
This whitening system complete with a whitening pen relies on natural botanicals activated by NuBright LED Technology.

Best Toothpaste: Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste
This toothpaste is gentle enough to be used daily and will whiten up to two shades brighter.

Best Strips: Spotlight Oral Care Dental Teeth Whitening Strips
A much gentler type of teeth whitening treatment, it promises a more gradual but irritation-free whitening process.

While teeth whitening is considered safe, you may experience some side effects from treatments: Teeth sensitivity. Your teeth may become more sensitive following teeth whitening. You may experience this on your first or second treatment, and it may diminish with time.

According to a national Australian dental fee survey conducted in 2017, a take-home teeth whitening kit (119 x 2 and 926 x 2) can cost up to $610. In-chair bleaching (118) can cost up to $260 per tooth, in addition to the complementary consultation and plaque removal (015 and 118), which can cost up to $280.

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