10 Tips to Prevent Teeth Staining

Southern Dental, Paragon Dental and Gateway Dental Share These Tips

Be careful of the foods beverages you  consume. not only can these cause you to gain weight but they can also stain your teeth. obviously, cigarette and tobacco stain your teeth and cause you to age more quickly. But did you know that there are certain foods and beverages that also affect your white teeth and eventually  turn them into not so pearly whites. culprits to blame for dingy teeth are sodas, juices, red wine, gravy and coffee and tea. if you do consume these  teeth staining Foods just be sure To brush your teeth immediately afterwards. You may also want to go in for a good bleaching treatment once in awhile.

The following are a few tips to help prevent staining. These tips were given to us by our favorite dental teams,  Souther Dental, Paragon Dental  and Gateway Dental.

1. Check Your Toothbrush Regularly Suggests Gateway

Replace your toothbrush or change or change the brush part of your electric toothbrush. You need to do this every couple of months or so. Otherwise, you will begin to transfer bacteria to your mouth. According to Gateway Dental Experts, you should brush your teeth using by brushing at a 45-degree angle. You want to move the brush in a kind of circular motion.

2. Wash Your Tongue Say Paragon Dental Experts

Buy a
 tongue cleaner and use it to eliminate the morning tongue plaque and freshen your breath. Experts say that a primary reason for bad breath is the film that builds up on the tongue at night. 








3. Eat Hard and Crisp Fruits and Vegetables Suggest Experts at Southern Dental

Foods that are hard and crisp tend to clean teeth of bacteria. Apples are a wonderful teeth cleaning food. In fact, they are known as nature’s toothbrush. Choose raw carrots and celery as well. For best results, make these foods the last thing you eat in your meal.

4. Rinse with apple cider vinegar Suggest the Experts at Gateway

Apple cider vinegar makes a great gargle as it  removes bacteria. It can be a little hard to do in the beginning, but definitely a good habit to start. 

5. Use Baking Soda for Your Teeth Once a Week

This removes stains and gives you a brighter smile.  Use it like you do toothpaste but use it just once a week. You might also use salt and water as a rinse or a type of toothpaste. Just be sure to spit it out so the salt doesn’t affect your health. 

6. Use a Mouth Rinse Say Experts at Paragon

Lick your palm and smell it while wet to check your breath. If you smell something, it’s time for a mouth rinse, just make sure it is alcohol-free.

7. Brush your Teeth Twice a Day

It is important to brush in the morning and at night, say the experts at Southern. Your mouth is dry at night, so you want to clean all the plaque from teeth after you wake up. This prevents acid buildup. Brush first thing in the morning so you brush off plaque and bacteria that may have built up as you slept and can cause staining.

8. Conceal with Color

Ladies can sort of mask yellowing stains, at least until they can get to the dentist. Choose a medium coral or light red lipstick. These colors make your teeth look whiter.

9. Visit Your Dentist for Tooth Whitening Suggests Gateway

Your dentist can perform an in office tooth whitening process that will whiten your teeth significantly in about an hour.

10. Do an In Home Bleach

Your dentist can give you special teeth molds to place whitenening gel in and whiten your teeth at home. This takes longer than an in-office treatment say experts at Southern, but it can significantly brighten your smile.


Bottom Line

Whether you do a home bleach treatment or decide to go to the dentist, you’ve done a lot of work to keep your smile beautiful, so you want to keep your smile white. To prevent tooth discoloration afterward you can do the following:


Oral Hygiene for Clean and Bright Smiles

brush and floss every day. This keeps your mouth pretty and clean. Brush twice a day at the very minimum. For extra protection, use a toothpaste that protects against yellowing. Use toothpaste with fluoride to strengthen tooth enamel. Rinse with water after you eat or drink acidic foods and beverages.  

Good brushing habits combined with regular dentist visits will keep your smile beautiful. Remember, stains can come back so curb your old eating habits and avoid smoking. 


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