Have you lost your pearly white sparkling smile because of dingy yellow or gray stains? With the growing age, teeth got yellowish for various reasons, but other than this, some common drinks, foods, even though mouthwashes can stain the teeth.
Luckily, patients now have several options in improving the apperance of their smiles, whether it be through scheduling with a professional or opting for home solutions.
Our dental office in Cypress, TX has provided you with some super easy do-it-yourself remedies which can help in whitening your teeth, as well as preventing substances that stain your teeth so that you can prevent further discoloration. By following these super easy tips, you can restore your pearly white sparkling smile!
In this video, Dr. Lori Logan talks about smile design, a treatment plan for patients who are looking to restore the function as well as the appearance of their smile! For more info on smile makeovers in Cypress, TX, call today!
Teeth Whitening Kits
Teeth Whitening Strips
Tooth-whitening strips will assist you in getting rid of dingy yellow and gray tooth stains. Usually, these whitening strips are narrow or virtually invisible and coated with peroxide-based whitening gel. These strips can be used for a couple of minutes daily, weekly or more. After a few days of using, you will see the ultimate result, which lasts at least a year. The result of these strips isn’t as affected as whitening kits, but it is easy to use and quite foolproof.
Natural Remedy for Teeth Whitening
Many people still prefer the traditional home-made remedy of baking soda and lemon in order to whiten their teeth. In addition, there are several foods like apples, celery, carrots, and pears that trigger much saliva, which assists in washing away food bacteria from the teeth. Chewing sugar-free gums is also a tooth-cleaning activity and triggers saliva.
Smoking isn’t only bad for health, but it is the worst thing when it comes to staining teeth. Tobacco leads to brown stains that penetrate the pits and grooves of teeth enamel. Stains of tobacco are tough to remove with brushing only. The longer a person smoke, the more toughen the stains become. With staining the teeth, smoking can also lead to gingivitis, bad breath, and increase the risk of several kinds of cancers.
Avoid Dark Foods
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Dr. Lori Logan is experienced in providing treating gum disease in Cypress, TX. If you have any additional questions about periodontics or are looking to schedule an appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us today! We look forward to treating you and your family.