Best Teeth Whitening Pencils

What kind of means are not used in teeth whiten­ing — and pastes, and gels, and pen­cils. Today, togeth­er with the den­tist, we will dis­cuss the lat­ter: how effec­tive are the teeth whiten­ing pen­cils and how to choose them
Best Teeth Whitening Pencils
The best teeth whiten­ing pen­cils. Pho­to: Shut­ter­stock

There are many teeth whiten­ing pen­cils on the mar­ket today


Rating of the top 10 effective and inexpensive pencils for whitening teeth

1. My brilliant smile

My bril­liant smile.

The pack­age con­tains three pen­cils with dif­fer­ent com­po­si­tions. The white pen­cil con­tains a whiten­ing gel with 6% car­bamide per­ox­ide. The black pen­cil con­tains coconut oil and acti­vat­ed char­coal, it pro­vides gen­tle whiten­ing and strength­ens the enam­el. Blue pen­cil pro­vides enam­el rem­iner­al­iza­tion. Two pen­cils are select­ed for a course of 14 days.

Pros and cons

You can inde­pen­dent­ly choose the activ­i­ty of the impact; suit­able for sen­si­tive teeth; a sep­a­rate stage of enam­el rem­iner­al­iza­tion.
May increase tooth sen­si­tiv­i­ty.


2. Miradent Mirawhite

Miradent Mirawhite.

Ger­man whiten­ing pen­cil that does not con­tain per­ox­ide. At the same time, course use for two weeks will allow you to light­en the enam­el up to 5 tones. Since there are no aggres­sive com­po­nents in the com­po­si­tion, the pen­cil can be used point­wise or on cer­tain teeth. This appli­ca­tion will not give stains. Also, this pen­cil is great for peo­ple with sen­si­tive teeth.

Pros and cons

Does not con­tain per­ox­ide; suit­able for sen­si­tive teeth; spot appli­ca­tion is pos­si­ble; can be used on teeth with restora­tion.
Vis­i­ble effect only after 5–7 days.

3. Extreme Whitening Pen

Extreme Whiten­ing Pen.

Two-stage teeth whiten­ing sys­tem at home. The set con­sists of two pen­cils, dif­fer­ent in com­po­si­tion. After brush­ing the teeth, the No. 1 pen­cil is used first, and then the No. 2 pen­cil. With­in 5 min­utes, you must wait for both for­mu­la­tions to solid­i­fy, after which you need to rinse your mouth with clean water and con­tin­ue to do your usu­al activ­i­ties. Since there are two pen­cils, this allowed man­u­fac­tur­ers to use the max­i­mum amount of use­ful sub­stances (min­er­al­iz­ers, bac­te­ri­ci­dal agents) that affect the enam­el min­i­mal­ly.

Pros and cons

Mul­ti­com­po­nent for­mu­la; the most gen­tle com­po­si­tion; ease of use; last­ing vis­i­ble effect after a cou­ple of pro­ce­dures.
High price (from 3500 r).

By the way

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4. Biocosmetics White Kiss

Bio­cos­met­ics White Kiss.

Teeth whiten­ing pen­cil con­tain­ing 10% hydro­gen per­ox­ide. The man­u­fac­tur­er allows fre­quent use (up to 10 times a day). The rec­om­mend­ed fre­quen­cy is 2–3 times a day for a week. Do not for­get that per­ox­ide is very aggres­sive towards enam­el. A nice bonus from a whiten­ing pen­cil is men­thol fresh breath.

Pros and cons

Vis­i­ble effect after the first appli­ca­tion; ease of use; you can take with you to work, walk; men­thol fla­vor.
May increase tooth sen­si­tiv­i­ty con­tains hydro­gen per­ox­ide.

5. BLIQ From Vanessa

BLIQ From Vanes­sa. Pho­to: BLIQ

Whiten­ing pen­cil with hydro­gen per­ox­ide. A Kore­an brand that has been a leader in enam­el bright­en­ing for years. The man­u­fac­tur­er promis­es that after a course of pro­ce­dures, you can achieve a sta­ble whiten­ing result by 4–5 tones. The active gel in the pen­cil is enough for a sec­ond course of clar­i­fi­ca­tion. You can buy such a pen­cil both in online stores and in cos­met­ic stores.

Pros and cons

Con­ve­nience and ease of use; per­sis­tent and vis­i­ble effect after 2–3 days of use.
May increase tooth sen­si­tiv­i­ty.

6. Lanbena


Means with lemon-mint fla­vor, which effec­tive­ly whitens teeth at home. The active sub­stance in this pen­cil is car­bamide per­ox­ide. Whiten­ing course — no more than 7 days. The pen­cil can be used in the morn­ing and evening for best results (after con­sult­ing a den­tist). In the future, you can use 1 time per week to main­tain the result.

Pros and cons

Notice­able result after 1 appli­ca­tion; pleas­ant lemon-mint taste; afford­able price.
May increase tooth sen­si­tiv­i­ty.

7. Bright White

bright white.

This pen­cil appeared on the mar­ket rel­a­tive­ly recent­ly, but has already been able to estab­lish itself as an excel­lent tool for whiten­ing teeth at home. The com­po­si­tion con­tains hydro­gen per­ox­ide, which pro­vides light­en­ing of the enam­el. This pen­cil is not suit­able for peo­ple with sen­si­tive teeth. You can use it once or twice a day for max­i­mum results. The course is not more than 14 days.

Pros and cons

Vis­i­ble effect after the first appli­ca­tion; can be used on a walk, at work; ease of use.
May increase tooth sen­si­tiv­i­ty.

8 Global White

glob­al white.

A pen­cil that has a pleas­ant mint fla­vor. This nice addi­tion will make your breath fresh even with­out brush­ing your teeth. In addi­tion to hydro­gen per­ox­ide, which pro­vides whiten­ing, the pen­cil con­tains oth­er sub­stances that pro­vide a wider range of pos­si­bil­i­ties, for exam­ple, xyl­i­tol — has a bac­te­ri­ci­dal effect in the oral cav­i­ty. The pen­cil can be used up to two times a day, with a course of no more than 14 days.

Pros and cons

The whiten­ing effect is notice­able after the first use; minty fresh breath after appli­ca­tion; can be tak­en with you and used out­side the home.
May increase tooth sen­si­tiv­i­ty.

9. Whitening Pen by Yotuel

Whiten­ing Pen by Yotuel.

Yotuel has been pro­vid­ing oral care prod­ucts since 1995. The whiten­ing stick pro­vides instant whiten­ing of stains after eat­ing due to the con­tent of 10% car­bamide per­ox­ide. Addi­tion­al­ly, the com­po­si­tion includes xyl­i­tol, flu­o­rine and car­bomer. You can use a pen­cil 2–3 times a day, but not more than 14 days. A sec­ond course of whiten­ing can be car­ried out only after six months.

Pros and cons

Vis­i­ble effect after 1 appli­ca­tion; can be used at work, at a par­ty, for a walk; pro­fes­sion­al whiten­ing at home.

10 Luxury White

lux­u­ry white.

Means for whiten­ing teeth, which has in its com­po­si­tion not only a bright­en­ing com­po­nent (car­bamide per­ox­ide), but also a flu­o­rine-con­tain­ing com­plex, which strength­ens the enam­el. The use of a pen­cil should be a course fol­lowed by the oblig­a­tory use of con­ven­tion­al hygien­ic tooth­pastes with a low degree of abra­sive­ness (to pre­vent even more dam­age to the enam­el).

Pros and cons

Com­fort­able whiten­ing at home, at work, at a par­ty; flu­o­rine com­plex.
May increase tooth sen­si­tiv­i­ty.


How to choose a teeth whitening pencil

The selec­tion of a whiten­ing pen­cil should be entrust­ed to the den­tist. This is nec­es­sary, since the active sub­stance that is includ­ed in the com­po­si­tion has a very aggres­sive effect on the enam­el and can lead to irrepara­ble changes.

Basic rules that will help you choose the most effec­tive and least trau­mat­ic teeth whiten­ing pen­cil:

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  • the per­cent­age of the active sub­stance (hydro­gen per­ox­ide or car­bamide per­ox­ide) must be indi­cat­ed, the choice should be made in favor of a low­er con­cen­tra­tion. This will not give an instant vis­i­ble effect, but will not cause seri­ous dam­age to the enam­el;
  • addi­tion­al sub­stances (flu­o­rine, xyl­i­tol, acti­vat­ed car­bon) are an advan­tage and allow the enam­el to recov­er;
  • it is bet­ter to buy a pen­cil in a pro­fes­sion­al store, so there is less risk of falling for a fake;
  • you should not buy cheap pen­cils, as they usu­al­ly con­tain the sim­plest sub­stances that can­not bring any ben­e­fit.

The whiten­ing pen­cil is not a sub­sti­tute for pro­fes­sion­al whiten­ing by a den­tist.


Popular questions and answers

We have dis­cussed impor­tant issues relat­ed to the use of teeth whiten­ing pen­cils with den­tist Tatiana Igna­to­va.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of teeth whitening pencils?

• sim­ple use;
• you can take it with you and use it at work, at a par­ty;
• fresh breath after some pen­cils.
• sen­si­tiv­i­ty of teeth increas­es;
• appear­ance of stains is pos­si­ble;
• vis­i­ble effect only after a course of pro­ce­dures;
• after apply­ing the com­po­si­tion, you need to keep your mouth open for 5 min­utes;
• pos­si­ble devel­op­ment of an aller­gic reac­tion.

How long does a teeth whitening pencil last?

It is impos­si­ble to say for sure, since the result large­ly depends on the per­son him­self. From what kind of tooth­paste he uses, whether he eats col­or­ing foods and drinks, whether he smokes. Sub­ject to all the rules of a snow-white smile, the effect of the pen­cil can last for sev­er­al months.

Are there any contraindications for using teeth whitening pencils?

Con­traindi­ca­tions for the use of teeth whiten­ing pen­cils:
• age less than 18 years;
• preg­nan­cy and lac­ta­tion;
• aller­gic reac­tion to sub­stances in the com­po­si­tion of the pen­cil;
• caries;
• inflam­ma­to­ry process­es of the oral cav­i­ty;
• vio­la­tion of the integri­ty of the enam­el;
• the pres­ence of a seal;
• con­duct­ing a course of chemother­a­py.

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