This process dehydrates teeth. They’re rehydrated as you eat and drink over the subsequent days. That’s why it’s important to be cautious about what you consume immediately after whitening your teeth. By protecting your teeth from premature or accelerated aging, you can prevent internal discoloration from getting worse. Simple lifestyle changes like staying better hydrated can prevent acid wear (plus, hydration corrects dry mouth, which reduces your risk of cavities!). When the inner part of the tooth is whitened, the color that’s reflected through the outer enamel of your teeth is lighter, making the tooth look whiter and brighter, overall.
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White teeths advices. Do you want to have healthy teeth and gums? Here are a few tricks: Chew Gum That Contains Xylitol: Multiple studies have shown that chewing gum that contains xylitol twice daily helps fight tooth decay by lowering plaque buildup. Brands like Trident make gums with this ingredient, so pick up a pack and get chewing if you’re looking to whiten your teeth. They may be packed with disease-fighting antioxidants, but a glass of red wine, cranberry juice, or grape juice also stains teeth easily. That doesn’t mean you should give them up, but remember to rinse your mouth after you drink. These aren’t the only teeth-staining foods to be aware of. The deep color of these fruits and veggies gives them their nutritional punch. But blueberries, blackberries, and beets leave their color on teeth as well.
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