Teeth whitening is all the rage now! Especially since a powerful bright smile has shown to have positive effects overall! There are tons of teeth whitening solutions out there, but remember, none at permanent! Here some tips and solutions for your perusal!
These include special whitening strips, toothpaste and mouthwash! There are usually ok for dealing with very mild stains.
The next step up are DIY home teeth whitening kits which can remove mild to mid level stains. These kits usually consists of mouth trays and even sometimes a LED light. Brilliant Smile Sweden also have them.
Home remedies include the ever popular baking soda and lemon combo to brush your teeth! As also eating crunchy fruits and vegetables like apples and celery. Apple cider vinegar and coconut oil pulling also have some merit.
Our treatment is very effective especially for those who have a healthy set of teeth without any crowns and other teeth replacements, it is particularly difficult to remove stains from artificial teeth replacements. Inquire with us now!
Not only is limiting sugar good for your teeth, but overall body as well! Sugar creates an environment where bacteria thrive in and can be very dangerous especially if uncleaned.
Tobacco use is generally not only bad for the health but really bad for the teeth! Tobacco leaves very dark stains that are impossible to clean out by normal means once it sets.
This is easy, remember, if you’re going to have a hard time taking off a food/drink stain from clothes, it’s going to be harder to take it out of your teeth.
As to not totally ruin your life (after all, life without coffee and wine is no life at all), repeated rinsing after each time you drink these beverages or eat staining food will help a lot.
Not necessarily in that order. These are the main tenets of healthy teeth and body, whether you want whiter teeth or not.
Another cause of teeth stains are actually medicines. Antibiotics in particular have proven to be agents. As a broad-spectrum antibiotic, it is used in a wide variety of treatments including acne. Young children and pregnant women should take particular care. Unless otherwise advised by physicians, nursing mothers or expectant mothers should avoid tetracycline in the last half of pregnancy as it can affect the future appearance of babies’ teeth.
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