Who doesn’t want white teeth? Having a killer smile is something everyone yearns for, however, it largely depends on how appealing your teeth are.
Despite the plenty information available online on how one can have naturally white teeth, most of them do not reveal all the information.
In this quick guide, I bring you fully baked tips on how to keep your teeth stunning.
1. Brushing Your Teeth After Every Meal Keeps Stains Away
Most people will advise you to clean your teeth after every meal and what they don’t tell you is that you should also brush them after drinking coffee, tea or juice. Does it sound impractical? Here is a quick tip, after taking a drink, take a sip of water and try gargling vigorously. Using a straw when taking cold drinks also helps in avoiding stains on your teeth.
2. Evading Visible Tooth Stains Involves Avoiding Staining Foods, Drinks, and Smoking
This is correct especially when it comes to preventing extrinsic stains. Extrinsic stains are the colors which result from smoking cigarette, beverages and eating food that stains. What they do is that they color the outer layer (enamel). There are chances that you might also get stains on the inner layer(dentine). This comes as a result of various factors such as injury to your teeth which triggers internal bleeding, also consuming antibiotics especially at young age contributes stain.
3. Peroxide-Based Ingredients Are Effective In Whitening Your Teeth
While this is true, they don’t tell you about the effects of prolonged use of this product. Peroxide-based ingredients are responsible for making your teeth sensitive when used over a long period or when overused. To avoid destroying your teeth while you think you are bettering them we recommend seeking the help of a professional if you must use this product. In all our products we don’t use peroxide. Also, you will not find traces of retinol, plasticizers/phthalates, petrochemicals, mineral oils, diethylene, titanium dioxide, alcohol, triclosan, or sodium lauryl sulfate.
4. Brushing Your Teeth Longer And Using Harder Toothbrush Removes More Stains
While this is theoretically correct, it is not advisable. For instance, we don’t use sandpaper on teeth to get rid of stains since it’s harder. This is because such hard materials will not only remove the stains but also remove your enamel and possibly hurt your teeth as well.
We recommend that you visit a dentist at least once after every 6 months. Why visit a professional? He/she knows the right tool to use in removing even the toughest stains on your teeth. Thereafter, you will only need to use a soft toothbrush alongside gentle whitening toothpaste regularly to remove the minor stains accumulating after every meal. If you are not able to visit the dentist regularly, we have alternative safe home stain removal tools that you will find helpful.
5. Professional Treatments Whitens Your Teeth Instantly
It is true that expensive professional treatments such as laser whitening or chemical bleaching whitens your teeth instantly. However, if you constantly drink tea or coffee regularly without brushing your teeth after, they are going to be stained fast. This means your expensive investment in whitening your teeth is going to fail.
Getting yourself white teeth does have to be that difficult. However, you should be careful not to use the wrong guide as seen in most online resources.
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