WOW! What a difference.
I feel like someone in one of those washing powder adverts who shows you the T-Shirt with all the stains before it goes in the washing machine, and then shows you the whiter than white version which comes out of the machine after it’s been treated with the detergent.
The first picture you can see is how my teeth looked earlier this year. Nothing special about them.
The second picture, however, is how they look now, after my teeth whitening experience.
To say I am pleased with the results is putting it mildly.
As you will have read in my first blog post, I am one of those people who has to see it to believe it. I won’t be believing in aliens until their flying saucer lands in my back garden and they knock on the window asking if they can come in for a cup of tea.
So I went into this process with a cautious approach, happy to give it a go, but not really expecting wonders.
I was wrong.
I am proud of how my teeth look. People have noticed. People have complimented me.
As you will have also read earlier, I got a new job during the process. I feel like I am smiling more these days because I want to show off my pearly whites.
After my initial intensive treatment, I have only topped up my teeth a couple of times, just for a couple of nights. That is all you need to do in order to maintain a nice, white set of teeth. You keep your plastic moulds and simply buy a couple of tubes of solution and repeat the process overnight.
Now that I have got such a pleasing result, I am not going to let it slip. My plan is to top up every few months and maintain my smile.
As I said earlier, I went into this with an open mind, but kept my expectations low. This is one of those occasions when I am happy to be proved wrong, because the results are beyond my wildest dreams and this whole process really has put a big white smile on my face.