Chronic and significant dental stains can prove very stubborn to remove with the retail whitening products sold in stores. Rather than risk harming your teeth and gums with excessive use, you should consider scheduling a dental bleaching treatment at Dr. [doctor_name]’s dental offices.

The potent whitening agents and professional techniques at Dr. [doctor_name] uses can safely remove dental stains from your tooth enamel without risking your oral health.

After your teeth have been fully whitening you might need to embrace some minor changes in your diet and daily habits. This might include cutting back on foods that are known to contribute to dental stains such as dark chocolate, tomato sauce, and dark berries.

If you frequently consume dark beverages like coffee, tea, and dark soft drinks, you might want to consider using a straw. This will help prevent direct exposure to the teeth that appear in your smile.

Tobacco can also cause dental stains to quickly appear on the surfaces of your teeth. You should talk to your primary physician to find the cessation method that’s right for you.

Occasionally brushing your teeth with a whitening toothpaste or using whitening strips that have been approved by the American Dental Association can also help remove minor surface stains. This might prove to be an effective preventative measure to maintain your white teeth between your routine dental cleanings.

If you live in the [city], [state], area and you have been struggling with chronic dental stains on the teeth in your smile, you should call [phone] to schedule an appointment at [practice_name].