Whitening Your Teeth For the Holidays
- Posted on: Oct 15 2018
One of the most common questions we get about teeth whitening is regarding the cost. It seems to be one of those things that a lot of people are interested in, but they’ve heard that it can be a little costly. While professional teeth whitening is more expensive than the teeth whitening strips you buy at the grocery store, the results are also much better.
Teeth whitening is worth the investment in your appearance and your self-esteem, especially since Halloween unofficially marks the beginning of the holiday season. Keep reading to learn about in-office teeth whitening and how we can help you look your best this season.
We offer professional in office teeth whitening, so you can get professional whitening over the course of just a few one hour appointments. Our professional system is used to remove stains from years of smoking, drinking wine and coffee, or eating foods that stain your teeth.
Because party season is just getting started, you’re bound to get busier and busier. That’s why we recommend talking about teeth whitening now, and coming in before you have too much to do. A brighter, whiter smile can help you look good and feel confident during parties, family photos, and other holiday events.
How to Keep Your Teeth White
After you’ve had your teeth whitened, it’s important to understand what causes more stains. Keep reading for a few tips to help you keep your teeth nice and bright.
- Chew Gum
Chewing gum after you eat can help remove small foot particles and plaque that sit on the teeth and attract stains. Bonus, you’ll also have fresher breath.
If you don’t have a whitening toothpaste, it’s time to switch it up. The whitening agents in your toothpaste can help fight stains and help prolong the results you’ve gotten from your whitening treatments.
The right color lipstick can help you mimic a little brighter smile, and the wrong color can make your teeth look dull. It’s all about color theory, which we won’t go into here. But, ultimately, reach for a red lipstick with cool (or blue) undertones, which will help your teeth look whiter.
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