Home teeth whitening systems, such as Dial A Smile and Zero White teeth whitening products by Whitening Lightning will whiten your teeth in 20 minutes. They don’t, however, replace good dental hygiene. Gum inflammation, also called gingivitis, is caused by dental plaque, which develops as a result of poor dental hygiene.
The gums get red and swollen, and they bleed easily. If left unchecked, the condition can progress to something called periodontitis. In this case, the plaque hardens into tartar, and infection can spread below the gum line and destroy the tissue supporting the teeth.
To treat periodontitis, dentists must scrape off tartar with special instruments. Sometimes they must resort to prescribing antibiotics.
Recently, researchers have been looking at natural antibacterial compounds to treat gum disease. They’ve discovered that wild blueberry polyphenols, which work against foodborne pathogens, could also help fight periodontitis.
Brushing and flossing regularly will help fight off the bacteria that cause periodontitis so you may never have to worry about gum disease. Begin with proper dental hygiene and let Whitening Lightning take it from there. Choose Dial A Smile, a Hollywood favorite, or Zero White, a milder version of our home teeth whitening products that’s even safe for pregnant or nursing moms! But DO ASK your doctor before using any products while pregnant or nursing.
Here’s a super video by Alziegirl, demonstrating both Dial a Smile Super Booster Whitening Pen and the Zero White Whitening Pen. Check it out!
Southern California innovator and CEO of Gerard Cosmetics, Jennifer Gerard, wheeled her home teeth whitening company, Whitening Lightning onto the teeth whitening scene in 2010. Whitening Lightning became an international rage among celebrities, entertainers and their fans. In 2014 sister company, Gerard Cosmetics took center stage. Beauty experts around the world are thrilled and impressed by the quality of these fine cosmetic products. Visit our website to watch a collection of demo videos.