Foods That Whiten Teeth Strawberries and Lemons
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There are many foods out there that have been said to whiten teeth, but most of them contain acids that can wear away tooth enamel and make your teeth more sensitive in the long run, thus weakening your teeth and actually making them darker instead of whiter. Instead of those acidic foods for whiter tooth enamel, focus on eating foods that won’t stain your teeth so that you can keep your teeth whiter, longer. Learn how to naturally try and keep your teeth white and about Hoffman Estates teeth whitening options.

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What to Do for Severely Stained Teeth Girl with White Teeth
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Everyone has slightly yellow tints to their teeth. On top of that, staining occurs naturally as part of the aging process. You can help prevent severe tooth discoloration by making good dietary choices, practicing good oral hygiene, and scheduling routine preventive dental appointments.

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Minor Cosmetic Dental Enhancements Girl With Pretty Smile
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Health and symmetry are two of the core components of an attractive smile. While some of us may take excellent care of our teeth and gums, we may feel our smile is still lacking due to things like atypical enamel, stains, or tooth alignment. If this sounds like you, schedule a consultation with the best Hoffman Estates cosmetic dentist, Dr. Johnson, and he’ll guide you through the best treatments to get you to the smile of your dreams.

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Cigarette Burning What Does Smoking Do To your Teeth
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It’s widely understood that smoking is a dangerous habit, but not just for your lungs and heart. Smoking also causes excessive damage to your teeth, gums, and mouth. Here at Forest Edge Dental, we know you value your smile and want to protect your teeth for years to come. Take action now to ensure smoking doesn’t cause the following oral health complications.

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