You have just completed the reinvention process by performing teeth whitening that gives your face a new shine. You have eliminated all your qualms related to giving that big toothy smile to a friend or business associate, but, what now? It isn’t cost effective to have teeth whitening done and then simply go and stain your teeth again, resulting in repeating the whole process of teeth whitening. No, you need to take a few steps to ensure that your teeth will remain white for an extended period of time.
First, you need to make sure that you purchase toothpaste that specifically mentions teeth whitening. These toothpaste providers won’t do the teeth whitening process completely, but they can maintain the teeth whitening that you’ve had done. Don’t just go buy the cheap and tasty paste, but the stuff that specifically mentions teeth whitening.
Next, don’t simply go back to what you did before your teeth whitening by consuming food and beverage that stains the teeth. If you are a big drinker of tea and soda, try to do so through a straw to keep the stains away from your teeth. If you are a lip-stick wearer you need to consider what you are wearing and how you wear it, don’t go with the bright and flashy colors that could potentially stain your teeth.
Finally, a decent amount of time after consuming a potentially staining food or beverage you should rinse or brush your teeth. This process, either mouth wash or brushing, removes the staining chemicals from the enamel on the teeth without allowing them to begin the staining process. Don’t freak out if you can’t get to mouth wash or a toothbrush in a hurry, a little time won’t kill your teeth.
Teeth whitening is not a “one and done” process that completely eliminates the discoloration of the teeth. After completing the teeth whitening process it is important to take good care, even better than before, of your teeth. Who knows how much money you could save by taking proper care of your first teeth whitening.