Whitening Is Not Just for Red Carpet Stars

Whitening Is Not Just for Red Carpet Stars

Are you nervous about those upcoming engagement photos that may leave your teeth looking just a touch dull? What about that important job interview? Whatever your reason for whitening your teeth, the final result is sure to leave you smiling. Here are a few more reasons for whitening those stained teeth.

Erase Years of Aging

 

If your yellowed or stained teeth have left you looking and feeling older than your age, then teeth whitening should be the first item on your makeover list. White, shiny and illuminated teeth are a sure sign of youth and a vibrant smile.

Setting Foundations

 

If you invest money and time into whitening your teeth, you are more likely to take better care of your teeth in the future. In addition to teeth-whitening, you may find yourself adding more oral hygiene steps to your daily routine. These should include:

  • Brushing after each meal.
  • Flossing twice a day.
  • Rinsing with mouthwash.
  • Yearly appointments with your dentist.

Proper tooth care can truly all begin with your first whitening appointment.

Assist in Your Non-Smoking Resolution

 

Cigarette smokers or tobacco chewers who begin whitening their teeth are more likely to stay on the path of quitting their unhealthy habits. If you are trying to quit smoking or chewing, getting your teeth whitened will be a great motivator to maintain your fresh teeth.

As you can see, teeth-whitening is good for your whole body, not just your mouth. To learn more about cosmetic dentistry in Capitola, check out this website for more information.

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