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October 14, 2009

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my friend was a victim too.. i advice to go to your dentist first to ask what products are legit and safe to use. my friend's dentist advised him to use Whitescience. you may visit their site at http://whiteningonwheels.com/

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Thanks for your comment.

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With so many ads wanting to draw attention these days, it is best to take what they say with a grain of salt. A little research or word from an expert will then go a long way into finding out which ads are telling the truth.

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My dentist ruined my smile. He told me that he would match the color of my other teeth on my two front teeth with dental bonding. Now it looks like I have smokers teeth only on my two front ones and the rest are perfectly white. Anyone ever take a dentist to small claims court?
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