Three Tips For Whiter Teeth

Be aware of what you are eating and drinking

Believe it or not, some foods and drinks are going to stain more than others. Drinks such as tea, coffee, dark sodas, and red wine can and will stain your teeth. Some berries and food coloring also cause staining. Brushing your teeth immediately after eating or drinking helps prevent staining. Watch this video to make sure you’re brushing your teeth in the right way and changing your toothbrush when needed.

Schedule a regular dental cleaning

Having a regular cleaning has a LOT of benefits for your smile. Keeping those teeth white is one of them. When your teeth are regularly cleaned, many stains can be removed. Plus, the cleaning will smooth the teeth making staining less likely to occur.

Be sure to call Advanced Dentistry (520-458-9460) to schedule a checkup and cleaning to keep your smile nice and white.

Crest Whitening Strips

These whitening strips are the whitening DIY. You can purchase these over the counter or online. They’re simple and effective. Make sure you use them in accordance to the manufacturer's instructions.

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If you still don’t have the desired whiteness, you can call Advanced Dentistry to schedule a professional whitening.

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