Some of the products are not available in the United States. I will discuss each product.
Ceramics. We all know about ceramics. But what about ceramics that can brighten your teeth? The following are some examples: Ceramic products that brighten teeth: Acetone, Erythritol, Eros, Fluorinol, Nylon Fluoride, Naphtha, Polystyrene, Scopo Hydroxypropyl Cellulose, Sculpturin, Tromethamine, Turin. The first two products are ceramics that can be used to brighten teeth. The third and fourth are made from natural ingredients. The last product is an acid whitening product (i.e., a whitening product that is not acid). The following list only addresses products that have been tested in clinical trials, but may be purchased at your local health food store.
Acetone and Erythritol Acetone is used as an ingredient in several popular whitening products, especially those that are used for brightening teeth. These whitening products are commonly called whitening products or whitening gels. Some of these whitening products include whitening toothpaste, whitening gels, toothpastes, toothpaste, toothbrush, toothbrushes, and toothbrushes. If your diet contains sugars, you should avoid these products. Anecdotally, a variety of individuals have complained of severe side effects from these whitening products. They are also the subject of this paper. Many people have used the name whitening toothpaste in the United States as a way of advertising their products, or they use the term whitening toothpaste to refer to some of the ingredients of a whitening toothpaste.