By DRS REGGIE THOMAS & ROSS RIDDEL
November 20, 2020
Category: WHITENING
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Have you ever wondered why some people have dull and yellow teeth, while others have bright, white smiles? It's more than luck!

Everyone's teeth naturally dull over time because of aging and the contact our teeth experience with staining foods, such as chocolate and coffee. However, teeth-whitening treatments can give you the whiter smile you've been after.

  • GET REGULAR TREATMENTS. Unfortunately, the effects of teeth-whitening or bleaching treatment are only temporary, but regular treatments can help you keep your teeth white much longer.  The effects of in-office bleaching can last for several months to a year, so you may prefer to repeat your use of at-home bleaching kits every few months to maintain your white teeth. Whitening toothpastes do not contain bleach and are safe to use daily.
  • REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS.  Not everyone's teeth can be tuned bright white. Some just don't respond to whitening treatments.  If your teeth are a light yellowish color, they may readily respond to teeth-whitening procedures, but bleach will not likely work on grayish teeth.  Brownish teeth tend to fall somewhere in between.
  • PRACTICE GOOD ORAL HYGIENE.  For the best whitening results, it's necessary to keep your teeth in good health.  Visible fillings, implants, or bridges that are metallic stand out against the white color that you'll want to achieve.  Maintaining good oral hygiene will help you avoid tooth decay and keep your smile bright.  In addition to brushing your teeth for two minutes twice daily, these actions can help to promote a healthy mouth:
    • FLOSS DAILY
    • PROFESSIONAL DENTAL CLEANINGS AT LEAST EVERY SIX MONTHS
    • LIMIT SUGARY AND STARCHY FOODS AND BEVERAGES THAT CAN STAIN TEETH

If you have any questions or are in need of an appointment, call our Dental Office at 918-455-0123!

God Bless,
Drs. Thomas & Riddel

 

 

 

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