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    How to keep your teeth white

    Over time, foods, beverages (especially coffee, tea and red wine), and tobacco gradually tint your bleached teeth. There are many methods to keep your teeth white longer. Compared to time and / or money you have invested in whitening your teeth, the effort required to keep them intact is minimal.  If you want white teeth fast, we recommend Gogosmile teeth whitening kits.

    Here are some tips that will help you keep the whiteness of your teeth intact:

    • Use a whitening toothpaste to remove stains and prevent yellowing of teeth
    • Brush your teeth or rinse your mouth after eating or drinking products that can stain your teeth
    • Use a straw to consume drinks that stain such as coffee, tea or red wine
    • Wear a brightly colored lipstick with a bluish or pink tinge. Your teeth will look whiter. Avoid orange and brown colors
    • Check if your teeth need a touch-up. Depending on the bleaching method used, a retouch may be required every six months or after one or two years. If you smoke or drink a lot of coffee, more frequent retouching may be necessary,person whose definitive teeth have come out can claim to have teeth whitening. Your dentist will evaluate your oral health and can recommend the most appropriate whitening method. Depending on the type and severity of the spots, he may suggest one or more of the following treatments:

    Any person whose definitive teeth have come out can claim to have teeth whitening. Your dentist will evaluate your oral health and can recommend the most appropriate whitening method. Depending on the type and severity of the spots, he may suggest one or more of the following treatments:

    • Professional scaling to remove surface stains caused by the consumption of tobacco and certain foods
    • The use of a whitening toothpaste to remove superficial stains between your visits to the dentist
    • For even more impressive results, use a lightening gel – convenient and inexpensive – or whitening strips
    • Bleaching (office or home) for more resistant stains or yellow teeth
    • The installation of glued facets to repair irregular or damaged teeth, or to obtain specific results

    Ask your dentist which whitening method is most appropriate for your teeth.

    • The yellowed teeth are the ones that react best to bleaching. Brown or gray teeth, spotted or streaked due to tetracycline or excessive fluorine, may remain discolored despite bleaching.
    • People with periodontal disease or extremely sensitive teeth should avoid chemical whitening methods, which can irritate the gums and mucous membranes.
    • Bleaching is not recommended if your front teeth have fillings, crowns, or facets – whitening will not change their color, and will make them stand out on your newly bleached teeth. Explore other options with your dentist, such as laying glued facets.
    • In some situations, in the presence of severe dental or maxillary disorders, a crown or a device that corrects some orthodontic problems may allow you to find a whiter and more beautiful smile.

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