My objective is to answer the questions that people have.
What is the Difference Between Dark Toothbrushing and Bright Toothbrushing? There is a wide difference between the two. Dark toothbrushing is when you brush for a long time with a stiff brush and very little brushing with a soft brush. Dark teeth don't need as many toothpaste remover as bright teeth. It takes at least 24 hours for toothpaste remover to dissolve the toothpaste and it is important not to use the toothpaste remover immediately after brushing to remove any remaining toothpaste. Most dentists recommend dark toothbrushing for teeth that need brightening and the toothpaste remover. What is the Difference Between the Dark Toothbrush and the Soft Toothbrush? This is a very important question! The soft toothbrush is softer and easier to use than the stiff toothbrush. When you're trying to lighten the teeth of your child, don't be tempted to use a toothbrush that's too hard. Soft toothbrushes are very gentle and don't leave the teeth bleeding or discoloring. They do, however, have some cleaning power. Soft toothbrushes are also the easiest to clean. If you find that you're using a toothbrush that's a little hard, try using a soft toothbrush .
If your child's teeth look worn, the soft toothbrush should be your first choice.