When you smile do you attempt to hide your teeth? If those pearly whites have become drab or stained, you can enhance your smile in the comfort and privacy of your home utilizing teeth whitening that has been tested for your safety and is recommended by your trusted dental provider.
Advantages of Take Home Whitening
You can brighten your smile on your own schedule … you choose. First thing in the morning, on your lunch break, after work, before an evening out, or just before bed – you decide the best time for you to brighten your smile.
You’re in control … once you achieve the level of whitening you desire, you can work to maintain your new smile by daily brushing and flossing and maybe the occasional touch-up.
You acquired your teeth whitening kit from your cosmetic dentist … if you have any questions or concerns, simply call and get the answers from a trusted dental professional. No guessing or hoping for a good result. Your teeth whitening kit contains the most powerful whitening agents available in a “use at home” product so when used as directed, you can achieve the great smile you want.
Your dentist is providing you with all the tools you need to brighten your smile. Do you really know what you’re buying if your purchase teeth whitening at your drug store or online?
Maintaining Your Bright, New Smile
There are many foods and beverages that have the ability to stain dentition. Coffee, tea, soda, and red wine are some of the drinks to either limit or avoid. Plan to drink (and swish) water while consuming any of these or use a straw with cold beverages … this will help much of the liquid to bypass your teeth.
Many berries, tomato based sauces, beets, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar … these and other foods are known to stain teeth.
Tobacco used in any form is not only unhealthy, but cigarettes, cigars, and smokeless tobacco all stain teeth.
Great dental health is just as important as overall health. Do the things that promote both … eat a healthy diet and drink lots of water. And when it comes to keeping your teeth and gums healthy, brush and floss every day and visit our dentist at least twice a year for cleaning and exam.