With all the candy, chocolate and traditional, delicious Easter feasts, we want to forget about calories and our pearly white teeth for a second and enjoy all the treats, but it’s important to take care of our teeth during this time of the year as well. It’s okay everyone, have a little bite of candy and chocolate – but to help your teeth remain strong, healthy and white, make sure to incorporate these tips into your daily routine.
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The day after Halloween is often celebrated for its huge sales on unsold candy. But before you rush off to Target to stock up on caramels, did you know November 1st is also National Brush Your Teeth Day?
While slightly less exciting than half off chocolate bars, National Brush Your Teeth Day comes at the perfect time of year to talk about dental hygiene. Whether you’ve eaten your share of the Halloween goodies, or you’ve chugged red wine just to get you through the costume party madness, your teeth have likely taken a ghoulish beating this Halloween season. Step away from the plastic pumpkin and check out these fun ways you can celebrate National Brush Your Teeth Day and erase that candy-coated guilt.
As you may already know, there are several options available to you when it comes to whitening your teeth. These include:
- Teeth Whitening Trays
- In-Office Procedures
- Dentist Take-Home Kits
Each of these works slightly differently, but they all have one thing in common - right after the treatment your teeth will be more susceptible to staining. That’s why you must be careful with your diet over the next 24 hours. No matter which option you choose it is always best to whiten your teeth just prior to going to bed to avoid any temptations.
It takes just 7 seconds to make a first impression! Whether we like it or not, we're judged by our smile, and is one of the first features noticed by those who meet us. We're sure at some point most of us have looked at a photo and wished we had a whiter, brighter smile. But, did you know having a whiter smile can actually change the course of your life. How? Keep reading to find out more.