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How much does it cost for teeth whitening?

If getting a whiter smile is something you’re interested in, your first question is often, “How much does teeth whitening cost?” The answer to this question is “It depends.” Teeth whitening methods range from as little as $10 for a whitening toothpaste to thousands of dollars for in-office teeth whitening treatments from a dentist. It can be tempting to price-shop, but as you do your research, be sure to check out the science behind each method. 

While tooth whitening at a dentist’s office is a reliable choice, it’s almost never covered by insurance. That means it definitely pays to do your research before you commit hundreds — or even thousands — of dollars out of your own pocket. Let’s talk about the pros and cons of different whitening treatments, including toothpastes, in-office treatments, and the CustMbite Smile Whitening Kit

Teeth whitening costs by method

It’s natural to do a little comparison shopping while you’re researching different teeth whitening methods, and in fact, you should. Cost is just one factor to consider. It’s important to be realistic when it comes to your expectations, so be sure that you know what kind of results are typical for the method you choose.

  • Whitening toothpaste: There are a variety of whitening toothpastes available on the market, and most cost around $10 for a tube. The active ingredient in whitening toothpaste is peroxide, which may lend an aftertaste to the paste. Because the peroxide doesn’t stay in contact with your teeth beyond brushing, results are subtle. You can expect to begin seeing results after a few days, and results should last for a few months.
  • Whitening strips: Many different types of whitening strips are available at the drugstore, and the average price for a 28-day kit is around $45. Similar to toothpaste, they whiten teeth with peroxide. However, the strips stay in contact with the surface of the teeth for up to 30 minutes. Be aware, though: if you have a wide smile, the strips may not cover all of it. You’ll begin to see results in about a week, and they should last for about four months.
  • Tray-based kits: The price of a tray-based teeth whitening treatment will vary depending on your source. A tray-based whitening kit from a dentist can cost up to $500, and most over-the-counter options cost an average of $100 for a month’s supply of whitening solution and trays. The active whitening ingredient included in tray-based kits may be peroxide or carbamide peroxide. You’ll see results within a few days, and they’ll last longer than strips and toothpaste.
  • In-office whitening: While seeing your dentist is the fastest way to a white smile, it can be pricey. The average price for teeth whitening from a dentist is a whopping $650. If your teeth are especially discolored, you may need additional treatments at an additional cost. This treatment uses solutions with high concentrations of hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, often in tandem with heat or lasers. You’ll see results right away, and with careful everyday dental hygiene, results can last for a year or more.

An effective, affordable teeth whitening system for everyone

Eagle-eyed readers will notice that in-office teeth whitening treatments often use the same active ingredients as at-home kits. Often, the only difference between a teeth whitening treatment from the dentist and an OTC teeth whitening kit is the concentration of carbamide peroxide. 

The CustMbite Smile Whitening Kit fills the gap between spendy whitening treatments at the dentist’s office and less-effective OTC teeth whitening methods like toothpastes, rinses, and strips. We worked with dental professionals to create a tray-based whitening kit that delivers dental-quality results without the big price tag. For just $30, we’ll send you everything you need to get white teeth today. Our kit consists of two comfortable, customizable trays and a month’s worth of two different teeth whitening solutions: a gel, with 22 percent carbamide peroxide, and a foam, with 8 percent carbamide peroxide. 

Unlike OTC teeth whitening kits, the CustMbite Smile Whitening Kit uses trays that are customizable to your unique smile. Our thin, flexible trays provide superior comfort, whether you use them with the gel for 20 minutes or wear them overnight with the foam. Custom-fit trays also help to cut down on the amount of teeth whitening solution you need and keep the teeth whitening gel or foam where it should be — on your teeth. 

Where can I get a CustMbite Smile Whitening Kit?

If you’re ready to discover a brighter smile, there’s no need to take a trip to the drugstore or the dentist’s office. We’ll send everything you need directly to your door for just $30, and if you need a refill of the teeth whitening foam or gel, it’s just $15 for another month’s supply. Share a whiter, brighter smile and buy the best teeth whitening kit now.

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