Dealing With Discolored Teeth: 3 Ways To Improve Your Smile

Posted on: 15 May 2019

Discolored teeth can be a something that causes anxiety and even depression. If your teeth are stained and discolored, you probably feel incredibly self-conscious about smiling around other people, and certainly don't want to for photos. This can result in avoiding parties and other social settings. However, there are easy fixes for this. They include lifestyle changes that will help prevent your teeth from being discolored, as well as treatments that you can get from your dentist.
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3 Ways Your Dentist Makes Teeth Whitening Easier

Posted on: 14 April 2019

These days, whitening products are available just about anywhere, including grocery stores and online boutiques promising fast results. However, DIY whitening can be dangerous for your smile, while also creating the need to handle your own dental care at home. Here are three ways your dentist can make teeth whitening easier by offering in-office treatments.   1.  Using Better Products Although there are ADA-approved teeth whitening kits available for DIY use, many of these products use low levels of carbamide peroxide, making whitening take longer.
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Whitening Teeth: Effective Techniques

Posted on: 18 March 2019

Looking at yourself in photos or in the mirror each day, you may notice your teeth are somewhat yellow or otherwise dull instead of white and brilliant. If you floss and brush regularly, this may frustrate you. You might feel serious about attempting different techniques which will brighten tooth surfaces. What efforts can improve and encourage tooth whitening? Using Baking Soda Many toothpastes now include sodium bicarbonate--best known as regular baking soda.
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Six Foods Your Teeth Wish You Would Avoid

Posted on: 13 February 2019

No matter how well you try to take care of your teeth, if you routinely eat certain foods, you could be damaging your teeth. Here are six foods that may still cause harm even with regular brushing and flossing. Ice Chewing ice is an unbelievably popular habit that can be incredibly destructive. Ice may be nothing more than frozen water, but the human teeth are not made for chomping on substances that are this hard.
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