The desire for brighter teeth is a natural one. After all, along with your eyes, your smile is one of your face’s most dominant features, and teeth stains can diminish its brilliance fairly easily. Because of the frequency of teeth staining and dulling, teeth whitening treatments are among the most frequently requested dental procedures. Fortunately, you can prolong your smile’s brilliance before stains develop, or following a teeth-whitening treatment, with good hygiene and a few easy tips.
Like most dental health issues, the best and most effective way to prevent your teeth from changing colors is to practice good hygiene. Teeth stains can result from a number of influences, from excessive plaque buildup to the food and beverages you consume. By brushing and flossing your teeth after meals (whenever possible, but at least twice every day), you can remove bacterial plaque and food debris to reduce your risks of unsightly teeth staining.
If one of or more of your teeth are internally damaged or develop an infection, then the resulting discoloration might no longer be preventable. For more common stains, however, you can keep your teeth bright and blemish-free with these few tips;
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