Whitening works by opening the microscopic holes in the tooth structure. It is very effective and will lighten, brighten and whiten teeth significantly, however the end result is different in every person.
Teeth whitening is not recommended for children under 16 and pregnant or lactating women.
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But a few people have amazingly white teeth, especially after they lose their deciduous teeth, which are generally whiter than the adult teeth that follow. As a person ages, teeth often become darker due to changes in the size of the tubules within the tooth, which shrink, and as a result, the enamel becomes less porous.
Everyone is different, and just like skin tone and hair colour, tooth colour varies between individuals as well. As we age, our teeth can become stained by various bacterial pigments, foods, drinks, a lack of oral hygiene and tobacco stains, and it is also possible for certain antibiotics to cause tooth staining.