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Tooth whitening strips will help get rid of tooth stains. These strips are very thin, virtually invisible – and are coated with a peroxide-based whitening gel. You wear them a few minutes daily for a week or more. Results are visible in just a few days, and last at least a year. The results with strips are not as dramatic as with teeth whitening kits, but the strips are easy to use.
A home tooth whitening kit includes peroxides, bleaches that can remove both deep and surface stains and actually changes colour of your natural tooth. If you have coffee-stained teeth, a tooth-bleaching kit can help.
You may be able to get rid of superficial teeth stains by yourself. There are even some old-fashioned remedies you can try. Tooth whitening products available on pharmacy shelves use mild bleaching to brighten yellow teeth.
If you have lots of dental veneers, bonding, fillings, crowns and bridges then approach tooth whitening with caution. To match your new tooth shade, you may need to investigate new dental work, including veneers or bonding. This can be expensive.
Stained teeth can occur naturally as we age, but some common foods, drinks and even mouthwashes can cause teeth stains. Use these secrets to whiter teeth to restore your bright smile.
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