By Mike Thayer
Teeth whitening is big business, just about anybody who likes to smile wants pearly whites and the costs for getting and maintaining that shiny white look can get pretty steep. The average price for professional teeth whitening to give you that Hollywood look can cost you $650 or more and depending on the condition of your choppers can take more than one visit. The at-home, over-the-counter approaches, a.k.a., trays, strips and pens will cost you around $100. Then there's the Bachelor on the Cheap approach, which is far less expensive and takes more time - yet delivers similar results.
Get yourself some whitening toothpaste and a whitening mouthwash from Dollar Tree. Total cost - $2. No, the results aren't immediate or next day, but you do get whitening results over time with regular use. Pick up a bottle of Lavoris Whitening mouthwash and a tube of Aim Whitening Fresh Mint Gel with Baking Soda and you're all set. Don't waste your money on the name brands like Crest and Listerine, Lavoris and Aim do the very same thing at a much better price.
$pend Wisely My Friends.....