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Get White Teeth Like Actress Amanda Peet with Crest 3D White



Get ready for your close-up with Crest 3D White 2-Hour Express Whitestrips and Crest 3D White Advanced Vivid Enamel Renewal Toothpaste.  


The whitestrips promise to brighten your smile in just two hours and the results last for up to three months; and the toothpaste lifts and polishes away up to 90% of surface stains in just 14 days while also rebuilding tooth enamel below the surface.


Actress Amanda Peet knows the importance of a camera-ready smile and recommends using both products. Everything She Wants chatted with the Hollywood starlet known for her roles in 2012 and Something's Gotta Give via email about her pearly whites and her partnership with Crest and Operation Smile.


Amanda Peet
Everything She Wants: You have such a great smile. What is your daily tooth care regimen?

Amanda Peet: I brush with Crest 3D White Advanced Vivid Enamel Renewal Toothpaste twice daily to help achieve a whiter smile and help strengthen my tooth enamel.


ESW: How would you compare the results you achieve with Crest 3D White Products with professional teeth whitening?

AP: Fifteen years ago, I went to the dentist and did the trays and goop. It was excruciating! I had to take three Advil afterwards.

ESW: How and why did you become involved in Operation Smile?

AP: I'd heard a lot about Operation Smile over the years and when Crest approached me, it seemed like a good way to get involved. To celebrate the launch of the newest Crest 3D White products, Crest is donating up to 50 smile surgeries to Operation Smile, an international children’s medical charity that offers free, safe surgical care for children worldwide who suffer from facial deformities such as cleft lips and cleft palates.

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  1. Interesting post! Compliment to the picture. She looks gorgeous. I wanted to know more about Holistic Dentistry. I hope u can share ideas.

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