How does the ARC system whiten?
We typically think of teeth as strong and solid, but your teeth actually have tiny tubules in them. These tubules go from your enamel surface to the inside of your tooth, which is called the dentin. Dentin is actually where most tooth stains occur, not the enamel, and these deep dentin stains are visible through the enamel, dulling your smile.
But it’s easy to spark it back up with peroxide. Peroxide occurs naturally in your body and is present in many biological processes, which is why your body has natural enzymes that help break it down.
As your body breaks the peroxide breaks down, it releases activated oxygen which attacks the stains.