Patients in Dolton, IL Are Learning how to Maintain Results Achieved from Professional Teeth Whitening
When you look in the mirror, are you unhappy with a smile that has lost its bright, white sparkle? Have you tried all the kinds of toothpastes and over the counter products out there that claim to whiten your teeth, but you are unhappy with the results? Professional teeth whitening services provided by Dr. Dean Dietrich at Pleasant Dental® in Dolton, IL can give you the results you are looking for. Professional teeth whitening is one of the most popular elective dental procedures being administered by dental professionals today.
There is a good reason for this off the charts rise in popularity. Oral B conducted a survey which found that many people look at others who have bright, white, and healthy teeth as being more attractive, smarter, and wealthier than those who have stained or discolored teeth.
Teeth Whitening at Pleasant Dental®Pleasant Dental® utilizes professional level bleaching methods to produce outstanding results.
Preserving Your Newly Whitened Teeth
If you have elected to come into Pleasant Dental® to receive teeth whitening treatment, then you obviously have the intention of improving your smile. The initial whitening is done by your dentist, but the work of keeping your smile sparkling white after that is up to you. There are several habits you can keep to make sure that your teeth remain looking their best.
- Brush, floss, and rise every day. There should be no exception to this. Food and drink can easily stain your teeth. The plaque will also cause discoloration. Using a soft-bristled toothbrush with an ADA approved fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day to brush and floss at least once a day goes far in maintaining a white smile.
- Avoid using smoking and tobacco products. These are a major cause of tooth discoloration.
- Limit your consumption of foods that can stain such as coffee, red wine, and teas.
Stop in every year or so to get a whitening touch up kit.
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