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Teeth whitening Guide


Teeth whitening helps to remoe all the decays and make brown teeth brighter …

Teeth whitening helps to remoe all the decays and make brown teeth brighter
100% natural, no damage to your teeth or other organs
Delivers fast results that last
It's affordable. The active all natural ingredients cost just a few bucks
No pain and fast implementation

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  • 1. ==== ====100% natural, no damage to your teeth or other organs. Can be done at home. check this guidefor more informaton ====Teeth whitening term refers to a cosmetic dental procedure performed to whiten teeth. This in fact,is the most frequently applied dental procedure. The teeth whitening process usually involvesbleaching of teeth in order to remove stains and brighten the patients smile.Teeth Discoloration CausesMany different factors contribute to teeth discoloration, but one of the most common causes is thefood and beverages you consume. Certain foods and drinks like berries, red wine, coffee, tea, andsoda will discolor your teeth if frequently consumed over a long period of time. Some antibiotics,most notably tetracycline can stain your teeth as well. Another reason for tooth discoloration issmoking. Keep in mind that some people have naturally yellowish teeth, and in this case the colorof their smile is determined by their genetics.Teeth Whitening OptionsThere are many different teeth whitening options available on the market, due to the popularity oftooth whitening. The whitening procedure can be performed in a dental office or in the comfort ofyour own home. The in-office teeth whitening usually yields better and quicker results compared tothe at-home whitening. If you whiten your teeth in a dental office, it is very likely to see results rightafter the procedure has been completed. Many people do not feel comfortable in a dental officeand if thats the case the at-home teeth whitening can be a better choice. You can whiten yourteeth with over the counter products like whitening strips or trays with whitening gel. You can alsouse a whitening product prescribed by your dentist, which is usually a mouth tray with strongbleaching gel. If you decide to whiten your teeth at home, make sure that you follow theapplication instructions your dentist provided or the instructions that come with the over thecounter whitening product.Teeth Whitening CostsTeeth whitening cost vary greatly depending on the method of whitening you choose. Obviously in-office teeth whitening performed by dentist will be the most expensive option and it may fromseveral hundred to thousands of dollars. Over the counter products are cheaper teeth whiteningalternative with a price tag starting at $30.After a Teeth Whitening ProcedureTeeth whitening results do not last forever - on average you can expect between several monthsand a year. However the good news is that you can prolong the effects of teeth whitening by
  • 2. simply avoiding foods and beverages that stain teeth and smoking. Such foods and drinks includebut are not limited to coffee, tea, red wine, and berries. If you decide to consume these foods thenbrush your teeth immediately after.Teeth Whitening ResultsIf the same teeth whitening procedure is applied to two different persons, most likely the resultswill be different. Not all teeth respond to whitening equally well. For example if teeth have yellowshade, chances are that they can be whitened fairly easily. If the teeth are gray in color, thenwhitening might be much harder, if not impossible. If you are thinking about teeth whitening, thenis advisable to consult your dentist first, as they can recommend the best teeth whiteningtreatment for you.Disclaimer: This article is provided for educational and informational purposes only and should notbe considered a substitute for professional and/or medical advice. The information found in thisarticle is provided "AS IS", and all warranties, express or implied, are disclaimed by the author.Peter Todorov enjoys writing teeth whitening articles for Teeth Whitening FAQ - an informationalsite about teeth whitening.Article Source: ====100% natural, no damage to your teeth or other organs. Can be done at home. check this guidefor more informaton ====