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It's October, which means we're all constantly thinking about the things that terrify us the most, like spiders and the dentist. Whether your fears of the dentist are rooted in shame or finances, you can keep them in check by making your teeth better with at-home, budget-friendly treatments. Like, you should still go to the dentist, but these kits can help clean and whiten your teeth for all those days that you're not at the dentist.
MSRP: $79.99. Sale Price: $25 (68% off).
This kit uses the highest legal grade teeth whitening gel available on the market. Any higher grade, and your teeth might start radiating light like the Sun. Each treatment takes less than 10 minutes, and it can whiten your teeth by up to 14 shades while reducing sensitivity.
MSRP: $39.99. Sale Price: $15.99 (60% off).
If you're a little extra paranoid about how your teeth look in public, this uses that same teeth-whitening stuff, but in a portable pen that you can take out whenever you want a quick touchup. It's like a Tide Pen for your teeth.
MSRP: $64.90. Sale Price: $24.99 (61% off).
Try out this pack if you're an all-natural kind of person. Activated charcoal, believe it or not, has been shown to whiten your teeth, and when you combine this toothpaste and whitening powder, you can give your mouth a nice, shiny clean. (After looking like someone who eats coal for a few minutes.)
MSRP: $109. Sale Price: $29 (73% off).
This kit bundles a Charcoal Gel Teeth Whitening Kit with an Activated Charcoal Teeth Whitener Powder, which will combine to not only whiten your teeth, but also remove plaque and detoxify your mouth. Plus, when you're done, you can throw it under the grill and cook up a steak. OK, we're kidding about that last part, but we're not kidding that after using this for a couple of weeks, your dentist will be blown away!
For more, check out the Elements Sonic Toothbrush With UV Sanitizing Charger Base and this Aqua Flosser Rechargeable Water Flosser.
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