Teeth whitening

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In today’s world, It was almost difficult to keep our teeth fresh. There are a lot of tasty foods around us which are sugary or acidic. Which effect teeth and slowly eat away the enamel on your teeth. And other delicious things like wine and tomato sauce and beets. Straight up splash your pearly whites with all sorts of ugly stains.

According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Nearly one-third of people are concerned by the look of their teeth. Almost 20 percent hide their teeth in photos. And over 70 percent of adults believe an unattractive smile will hurt their chances for career success. Teeth whitening is one of the cheapest and most effective ways to give your smile, confidence and a real boost. Your smile makes up such a large portion of the impression you make. It’s no wonder people strive to ensure their teeth look their best!.

 

 

Foods and Drinkings That Stain Your Teeth:  Coffee/Dark Teas: dark colors and acidic qualities will cause teeth to become more porous and open to discoloration. Sodas & sports drinks-due to their high acidic and sugar contents. These beverages make the teeth softer and very open to staining. They lead to excess calorie consumption and increased inflammation in the body. Red Wine, Berries, pomegranates, grapes, Beets, Tomato Sauce, Soy Sauce, Dark Balsamic Vinegar. Kimchi, kombucha and other fermented foods may not stain your teeth, they can damage enamel with their low pH. How do you keep enjoying these “vices” without leaving stains on your teeth?. We were happy to learn that it is possible to do both.

 

Most Offensive Teeth Stainers: 

 

Balsamic vinegar: “Dark pigments and sticky consistency will leave stains in their wake.”

Soy sauce: Same deal.

Fruit Juices: Fruit juice is slightly acidic, causing the teeth to become more susceptible to staining. Fruit juices contain sugar which may feed bacteria which causing cavities and stains your teeth

 

 

 

Tomato sauce: “This contains a highly pigmented color and is acidic as well. Acidic foods can weaken the enamel layer of your tooth which can make it more porous and in turn more susceptible to stains.”

 

 

 

 

 

Pigmented fruit, like blackberries, blueberries, and pomegranates: 

“There are a variety of fruits that have dark pigments that can easily stain your teeth. Blackberries, blueberries, and pomegranates have purple and red pigments that can leave residue on your teeth.”

 

 

 

 

Beets: “They have a particularly strong pigment and will stain your teeth red or orange.”

Soda: “The acidic nature of soda can cause your teeth to become more porous and more susceptible to future staining. Dark ones like a cola can discolorations to your teeth.”

Curry: “The spice commonly found in a variety of foods leaves your teeth with a yellow or orange pigmentation.”

 

 

Smoking or hookah: These contain nicotine and tar, which can lead to yellow and brown stains on your teeth. they can cause bone loss, loose teeth, receding gums and a plethora of other health problems.

Coffee or tea: Most people depend on these drinks to get their caffeine fix, Coffee or tea have tannins which to can leave a gray or brown discoloration on your teeth if consumed often.

 

 

 

 

Red Wine: “Like coffee and tea, most red wines contain tannins.” You can see the red stains on your teeth immediately after consumption—that’s how potent it is.

How to Minimize Staining (Without Ceasing to Enjoy Worldly Pleasures)

Use a straw: If possible you drink through a straw. Sipping offensive drinks through a straw aimed towards the back of the mouth will limit the amount of time it comes into contact with your enamel, lessening the dulling and staining effects.

Brush often: Make sure to brush your teeth twice a day after consuming any offensive products.

Skip natural toothpaste: Use a toothpaste that contains fluoride or hydroxyapatite: “These will work to re-mineralize the tooth and make it stronger,” “If you have sensitive teeth, look for a toothpaste with calcium hydroxide which doesn’t have the same mineral results as hydroxyapatite.” How do you know where to look? Skip the natural aisle. Discourage the use of natural pastes. “They don’t have anything to re-mineralize teeth.” for extra assurance, Alternate days us a whitening toothpaste, in place of your regular non-abrasive one. “Whitening toothpaste have silica in them that help scrubs away stains that may build up between your regular cleanings.”

Floss daily: “You really can’t floss enough”. “Make it a habit.”

Use an alcohol-free mouthwash: “Alcohol dries out your mouth, limiting salivary production and, if overused, can dry out the gums and can stunt nourishment, causing a recession.”

Stay hydrated: Consuming any pigmented food or drinks you need to take plenty of water. Drinking water neutralizes the pH of the oral cavity and helps to clear the food or drink out of the mouth.

Eat your greens: Eating leafy foods, or foods that you have to really bite into, will help to remove some of the stains from your teeth and not allow plaque to build up.”

 

 

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