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10 STEPS TO GETTING A WHITER SMILE Step One- Your dentist- They know how to create a whiter smile! Dentists are not just there for when you have a toothache. Regular six monthly check-ups and visits to the hygienist should be a natural routine. These are trained professionals who can help you to maintain good gum health; keep your teeth in good shape, fix any damage and advise you on the best way how to get that whiter smile and to have the best teeth possible. Your gums support your teeth and are just as important and good oral hygiene prevents bad breath and tooth loss. Step Two- Good oral hygiene routines- you can help create that whiter smile It is not just your dentist who looks after your teeth; you do! Brush your teeth at least twice a day with a good toothbrush and a good fluoride toothpaste. Do not add fluoride to your diet as it can actually stain your teeth- most water areas have fluoride added and a fluoride toothpaste should be sufficient. There is a bewildering array of brushes and pastes on the market; if you find it all a bit confusing, ask your dentist. They are well placed to give you expert advice on the best tools for keeping your teeth in tip top health and help you on your way to a whiter smile. 2 Ideally you should brush your teeth after every meal, but if you cannot, then at least drink a glass of water after each meal to rinse away harmful bacteria. Learning how to achieve a whiter smile is not complicated- it depends on you getting into good routines. Learn to floss in between your teeth where food gets trapped and bacteria flourish. Flossing materials depend on the size of the gap and your teeth, try several until you find those that best suit your individual mouth. Don’t forget your tongue- that is another breeding ground for bacteria and a tongue scraper is a good investment for dealing with this. Step Three – towards that whiter smile – your dental hygienist Your dental hygienist is trained to clean teeth more thoroughly than you are- so take advantage of this expertise. They are also likely to have access to cleaning tools not found in your average bathroom. Having your teeth cleaned, scaled and polished once a year makes good sense. Much of your everyday browning and staining can be removed this way. Once this is complete you will be better able to judge whether you need further treatment to whiten your teeth. You may well notice that the hygienist has shown you how to get a whiter smile already- by keeping them clean- but using their professional dental equipment- this may be enough to create your whiter smile. After a visit to the hygienist maintain that feeling of smooth clean teeth by watching what you eat (see step nine) Step Four – existing crowns and missing teeth spoiling that whiter smile! If you have decided that you want your teeth whitened you need to consider the existing crowns and gaps or missing teeth. Don’t make the mistake of having your teeth whitened before the necessary maintenance on your existing dental work. Old crowns and veneers will not match your newly whitened teeth so it is best to get those replaced to match; consider this expense when calculating the cost of whitening. You want the finished result to be an even whiter smile without gaps or oddly coloured teeth between! Step Five– whitening treatments for an even better whiter smile 3 Having had a proper dental clean you are in a better position to assess the colour of your teeth. If you still want to go ahead with teeth whitening then you need to do some research. Essentially you have the choice of at home treatments you do yourself, or a visit to the dentists for in house dental whitening. The main difference between the two procedures is the strength of product being used on your teeth. It is illegal and dangerous to use at home products that contain more than a 6% concentration of any bleaching or whitening agent. You risk serious damage to your health if you use products for which you are not trained and without dental supervision. Do not take that risk! You may want to start with a whitening toothpaste if your teeth are not too badly discoloured to see if over a period of time this improves their appearance, creating a whiter smile you are happy with. You will certainly find the toothpastes useful after other whitening treatments to maintain your whiter smile so they are not a wasted purchase. Research the home products available and make sure that you only buy from an accredited supplier who is approved and qualified. You will find that most home treatments fall into the categories of toothpaste; whitening strips or dental trays filled with whitening solution. Some are easier to use than others. For a more detailed explanation of these methods, see our teeth whitening guide and reviews of teeth whitening products If you think you might need stronger treatment or are not confident using home products then consult your dentist first. They may suggest similar methods such as trays, bleaching and some may offer laser whitening. If you do not feel confident that the treatment is explained well by one practitioner then consult another; your oral health is important! Step Six – crooked and misshapen teeth can spoil your whiter smile For some people, their teeth being whiter is not the only issue. Maybe you have crooked or misshapen teeth. Your mouth may need a bit more help to achieve the straight whiter smile you desire. If the irregularities or gaps are quite small then veneers are a good option. Children and young adults may benefit from braces to straighten their teeth. Either way, veneers are relatively simple to apply and can have dramatic results. Braces can be very effective and are a lot less unsightly nowadays than the old metal rows of yesteryear. Over time, some people find that their mouth has become overcrowded and teeth have grown crookedly and are out of alignment. This may need more significant dental work and veneers may not be the solution. Bonding, contouring and shaping teeth can be done with various 4 materials but again you need to consult with your dentist as to how the old reshaped and newly whitened teeth will be matched. Your dentist will advise whether you should wait to whiten and match to the newly shaped teeth or whether it is best done first and then the teeth are matched. Step Seven – Missing teeth Occasionally we lose teeth, either due to accidents or dental decay. Gaps in your teeth can be managed by creating crowns on either side of the gap and then a bridge with a new false tooth is inserted into the gap. Some dentists offer tooth implants which are expensive and will only work in certain situations. There is also, of course, the more traditional method of dentures to replace missing teeth. Whichever method is used; if you are also whitening your teeth you need to make sure the new false tooth matches in colour. Step Eight – After care of your whiter smile Having whitened your teeth you now need to take care of them! Immediately after teeth whitening you may experience some sensitivity and it is best to use specially formulated toothpastes and mouthwash to deal with this. Avoid extremely hot or cold foods as these can be painful for newly whitened teeth. Once the sensitivity has settled your dentist may recommend that you maintain your whiter smile with whitening toothpastes. Step Nine – Change your habits! So, you now have achieved your whiter smile and you want to keep it that way. Now is the time to change the habits that may well have contributed to the staining and discolouration of your teeth in the first place. If you are a smoker, then quit or your lovely whiter smile will quickly become yellow with nicotine and all the benefit of treatment will be lost. Reduce or cut out those highly staining beverages; tea, coffee and red wine. If you do drink these, do so in small quantities and brush your teeth immediately afterwards to minimise the damage. Keep away from soft drinks; they are murder on tooth enamel, eating away at it and are often full of colourants that will stain your teeth. Tooth enamel is not a fan of extremely hold or cold foods either so limit these as much as possible. If part of your whiter smile involved bonding, bridges or crowns then be careful about eating hard food such as nuts. You could crack the enamel and do damage to your dental work. 5 Step Ten – Back to the dentist! Follow up on your teeth whitening treatment by regularly visiting your dentist. They will want to see you a few weeks or months after the treatment anyway, if they are any good, but make your visits part of your routine. Your dentist is the best placed person to advise you on the care of your teeth and how to maintain that straighter, whiter smile.
3 Ultimate Benefits of Zoom Teeth Whitening in Dallas Zoom whitening is a teeth-whitening process used throughout Dallas and around the world to whiten the discolored teeth.
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An Introduction to Teeth Whitening Strips Teeth whitening strips are made up of very thin film strips that can be stretched over your teeth, allowing the strips to work as a whitening agent to clean the surface.