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How to Make Your Teeth Whitening Treatment Last Longer

May 12, 2017
Posted By: Dr. Robert Rahm
Teeth Whitening | Chesterfield MO Dentist

We all want a bright, white smile, but most of us do not have teeth as white as we’d like them to be. Many of us make lifestyle choices that can also impact the color of our teeth. Drinking coffee, tea, and red wine can stain teeth, as can habits such as smoking.

But there is no reason not to have a smile that is many shades whiter. With professional teeth whitening in Chesterfield, MO, in just one visit your smile can be noticeably brighter. There are also things you can do to keep your teeth whiter.

Making Your Professional Teeth Whitening Treatment Last Longer

One of the biggest advantages to cosmetic dentistry treatment such as professional teeth whitening is that you can enjoy results right after treatment. With teeth many shades whiter in just about an hour, you want to know what you can do to keep those white results for as long as possible.

The best way to keep your teeth as white as possible is to steer clear of those habits that may have stained or yellowed your teeth in the first place. Skip the morning coffee or afternoon tea to avoid letting those beverages discolor your teeth once again. Swapping out red wine for white wine is another idea.

It’s always good to brush your teeth after eating, and this is especially true if you do indulge in foods or beverages that have the potential for staining your teeth. Be sure to visit your dentist twice each year for professional examinations and cleanings.

Following up your in-office whitening treatment with one of our custom home whitening kits will help keep your teeth as white as possible.

Call Chesterfield Valley Dental Today!

Get the bright, white smile you have always wanted with professional teeth whitening in Chesterfield, MO. Call Dr. Rahm to make an appointment for your whitest smile ever!

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