How to Get Perfectly White Teeth [Infographic]

Updated on October 4, 2019

If you want to have a Hollywood smile and look attractive, you should start following these little tips on how to whiten your teeth (it’s easier than you think!). 

First of all, you should learn which factors cause your teeth to become dull. For instance, your teeth can get discoloured from years of drinking coffee, wine, and smoking cigarettes. 

Secondly, you should know how to take care of your teeth in the right way. Here is how you can do it:

Dietary changes

According to the American Dentist Association (ADA), dietary changes can help to keep your teeth white. Here is a list of foods you should avoid: soy sauce, cherries, tomato sauce, balsamic vinegar, coffee, tea, lemon juice, red wine, and beetroot. 

Visit your dentist

According to Dr Kate Brayman, a New York cosmetic dentist, a dental check-up every six months is a must. Keep in mind that different dental issues may affect your whitening. 

A professional dentist will be able to give you a list of effective treatments based on your dental history. 

Whitening products

There are a lot of whitening products that can help you forget about yellow teeth. For instance, you can use a whitening pen or strips. You will be able to see the result in less than a month of using them. Make an appointment with your dentist in order to learn more about it. 

Full mouth reconstruction

If you have been suffering from various dental issues, including missing tips, consider making a full mouth reconstruction. To learn more about this opportunity, check out the infographic.

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