Teeth colour is yellow? why? and remedies to whiten our teeth.

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Posted on By Monica Wills In Orthodontics

I have seen that most of us have yellow teeth. Can you people tell me why? and also I want to know some remedies to whiten my teeth.

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Monica, most teeth do appear yellow over the years as the dentin shrinks back, enamel can become worn and the underlying color shows through more yellow. The good news is that these type teeth are good candidates for bleaching either at home of in office.


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See you have to follow all this tips so that your teeth will look good also you have to maintain good oral hygiene. 1.Avoid the consumption of or exposure to products that stain your teeth, such as coffee, tea, and red wine. If you do choose to consume beverages that stain, consider using a straw so that the liquid bypasses your front teeth. 2. Brush or rinse immediately after consuming stain-causing beverages or foods. 3. Follow good oral hygiene practices. Brush your teeth at least twice daily, floss at least once daily to remove plaque, and rinse with an antiseptic mouthwash at least once a day to kill bacteria that cause plaque. Use a whitening toothpaste (once or twice a week only) to remove surface stains and prevent yellowing. Use a regular toothpaste the rest of the time. 4. Consider touch-up treatments. Depending on the whitening method used, you may need a touch-up every 6 months or after a year or two. If you smoke or drink lots of stain-causing beverages, you may need a touch up more often.


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Avoid coffee, tea, fizzy drinks, and sweets.


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