At this point, brushing out teeth is second nature to us. We have a routine that we follow each day, get in, get the job done, get out. We don’t even need to think about it anymore, we just do it, right? Turns out some of us may have developed a few not so useful habits that are actually preventing you from properly brushing your teeth properly and could be holding you back from COMPLETE ORAL HEALTH. Okay maybe that’s a bit of an overreaction, but we mean it when we say that improper oral hygiene could lead to a decline in oral health, so let’s “brush up” with these quick tips! (it’s okay to groan at that one).
Whitening are two different methods that arrive at the same goal; whiter teeth. Unfortunately, dulling and staining of the teeth is a natural process that happens with age. The things we eat, our lifestyle habits, and sometimes dental trauma can all cause our teeth to lose their luster and shine. Thankfully, we don’t have to live with the damaging effects age has on our smiles.