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How to Prolong Your Teeth Whitening Results

By Admin on August 28, 2018 in Teeth Whitening
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For many, a smile is the first thing they notice when they meet someone new. As a first impression, it is important that your smile remains in great condition. In many cases, that means bright white teeth, created with teeth whitening treatment. There are multiple different store-bought options to whiten teeth right from your home. However, the best results come from professional teeth whitening. This can be expensive and time consuming, but in the end, it is most likely to deliver you the desired results. If you spend the time and money at the dentist’s office undergoing a teeth whitening procedure, the last thing you would want is for your teeth to lose this whitened colour too quickly. There are two extremely important considerations to keep in mind after this treatment in order to keep your teeth looking whiter for longer.

Proper Care

Oral health is always an essential aspect of your day, however, after teeth whitening treatment it becomes even more important if you want your teeth to stay whiter for longer. In addition, the products used become much more important. Patients should brush their teeth at least twice daily and floss their teeth at least once daily in order to maintain proper health and appearance. They should be sure to use a fluoride toothpaste recommended by their dentist after their teeth whitening. In addition, regular checkups should become a priority. During these checkups patients can be assured that optimum oral health is being maintained. Along with oral care, it is important that patients avoid causes of staining such as smoking, tea and coffee drinking as well as red wine. While there are foods and drinks that are known to cause discolouration you aren’t expected to give them up for good. The following steps can lessen their staining affect.

  • Rinse your mouth with water after consuming
  • Brush your teeth afterwards
  • Consider drinking through a straw