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Keeping Those Pearly White Teeth Their Whitest

By Megan Mathews

When you are born you have white teeth, why can’t we keep our teeth that white? Well you can expect to have white teeth all your life after you have you have an in-house whitening procedure. After you have undergone this treatment or you have used the right kind of teeth whitening

Remember you need to ensure continuous care and maintenance to keep them looking that way. Here are some techniques on how to maintain white teeth.

Practice Good Dental Hygiene

Always make sure you brush and floss daily. Do these after you eat breakfast and before you sleep. You should also brush and floss after you eat dark-colored foods and drinks. It would also help if you would use whitening toothpaste, as this contains mild abrasives that can scrub off surface stains on your teeth.

Make Use of Whitening Products

You can follow up an in-house teeth whitening treatment with whitening products such as gels, strips, and trays. Gel that whitens can be place on the teeth by a special brush. A mouth guard is used as a whitening tray and contains peroxide bleaching solution.

Avoid Teeth Staining Foods and Drinks

Make sure you brush after consuming these products and it will help from not staining your teeth: soda, coffee, dark colored berries, tomato sauce, soy sauce, tea, curry, balsamic vinegar, red wine, and cranberry juice, among many others.

Quit Smoking

Quitting smoking is not only good for the maintenance of your white teeth but more importantly for your overall health. Give your pearls a break by saying goodbye to this hard habit to break.

Visit your Dentist Regularly

It is necessary to visit your dentist at least twice a year to have professional cleaning and general check-up. With regular visits, your dentist will be able to check the condition of your teeth, detect discoloration before it becomes obvious, and find out if you have cracks in your teeth where debris and stains may accumulate.

You need to practice good dental hygiene, avoid teeth staining foods and drinks, quit smoking, follow-up with whitening products, and visit your dentist regularly for check-up. All these measures will help ensure that you can keep your pearls bright and shiny.

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Mathews, Megan "Keeping Those Pearly White Teeth Their Whitest." Keeping Those Pearly White Teeth Their Whitest. 7 Jul. 2010. 17 Jul 2014 <>.

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Mathews, M (2010, July 7). Keeping Those Pearly White Teeth Their Whitest. Retrieved July 17, 2014, from

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Mathews, Megan "Keeping Those Pearly White Teeth Their Whitest"

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