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How to Keep Your Teeth White After Undergoing the Whitening Procedure

April 30, 2018
Posted By: Dr. Robert Rahm
White Smile | Chesterfield MO Whitening

Now that you’ve invested in professional teeth whitening with your Chesterfield, MO dentist, you want to do everything you can to protect that investment. What can you do to ensure your teeth stay white and bright after treatment? Here are some tips.

Avoid Foods and Beverages that Cause Staining

When most people think of things that can stain their teeth, they think about things like red wine, coffee, and tea. But there are other foods that can promote staining as well. Flavorful spices, such as curry and turmeric, can stain your teeth. Colorful fruits and vegetables can also cause stains.

The best thing to do when you do indulge is to make sure you rinse your mouth with plain water afterward. This can help the stains from forming.

Avoid Tobacco Products

Not only are using tobacco products bad for your overall health, but they are doing your oral health no favors either, and that includes staining your teeth. Habits such as smoking cigarettes or chewing tobacco cause stains that can build up on your teeth over time.

We understand that breaking the nicotine habit is tough, but we have resources that can help if you are looking to quit.

Use Home Whitening Kits

One of the best ways to keep your smile white is to do touch-up treatments at home with our in-home whitening kits.

See Your Dentist Regularly

Be sure to visit the dentist twice each year for examinations and cleanings. Regular cleanings, in particular, can help eliminate surface stains from your teeth. These cleanings, coupled with your at-home touch-up treatments, will go a long way in ensuring your smile stays as white and bright as you’d like.

Make an investment in your smile and your self-confidence with teeth whitening in Chesterfield, MO. You can have a brilliant, younger-looking smile after just one treatment!

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