Removing staining on enamel (the outer part of the tooth) is called “extrinsic whitening.” The stains left behind by smoking or drinking red wine, tea, or coffee are usually easily removed with a polish by your hygienist at a teeth cleaning or with polishing and whitening toothpaste. When you remove stains, you’re simply exposing the color of the dentin by clearing enamel of stains. This can make teeth appear whiter, but it doesn’t physically change tooth color.
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Teeth whitening diet. Do you need to have healthy teeth and gums? Here are some advices: Banana Peel: After you eat the banana, take the inside of the peel and rub it on your teeth and then rinse. Although there have been counter arguments whether it works or not, the best way is to find out yourself. It will not cost you a dime anyway. One simple strategy can help maintain white teeth: brush. Brush at least twice daily. Even better, brush after every meal and snack. Brushing helps prevent stains and yellow teeth, especially at the gum line. Both electric and sonic toothbrushes may be superior to traditional toothbrushes in removing plaque and surface stains on teeth. Also, don’t forget to floss and use an antiseptic mouthwash daily.
In a world this complex, this fast moving, and which puts so many demands on us, it can be difficult sometimes to find the time to visit your dentist look after your teeth. We know this and the service we offer to patients at our Oxford and Didcot practices are designed to give you the time you need to look after your smile. Ours is not only a service to provide you with world-class dentist care, it’s a service that’s designed to fit around you, your life, your work, and your family. Read extra info at Dentist in Oxford & Didcot – Free consultation.