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November 10, 2020

Top Six Ways To Brighten Your Teeth

 

Top Six Ways To Brighten Your Teeth By Barbies Beauty Bits

The holiday season is a time for family gatherings, parties, laughter with friends, and tons of photos. But with COVID, a lot of this has changed, focusing on connecting with photos, videos, and of course, Zoom. And the last thing you want someone to see on the receiving end is an unattractive smile because of your teeth! But no worries, as you can make sure to have that picture-perfect smile by implementing these top six ways to brighten your teeth.

A Smile Can Make You Look And Feel Younger
Go ahead and smile. It is the universes way of giving you a youthful appearance. Smiling has been shown to make people look more attractive, making them appear and feel younger. In contrast, other studies have found that when a smile is damaged through missing teeth or discolored teeth, it can make someone look older. As the last person, anyone wants to look like is John Finlay from the Tiger King (Pre Netflix)

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Ditch Certain Food and Drink
Let's start with some preventive measures before correcting, which is paying attention to the foods you eat. There are some foods and drinks that can impact the health of your teeth and gums, as well as the color of them. Avoiding sodas is an excellent idea, even if it is a diet version. Sugary foods cause a lot of damage to teeth, particularly any hard, sticky, or gummy candy. Acidic foods can cause some problems too. Something like citrus can appear a healthy option, but they aren’t too good for your teeth as they can weaken the enamel on your teeth, which is where cavities can start to form.

The foods and drinks that will stain your teeth are foods like red wine, tea, and coffee. Think about how much damage they would do to a light-colored carpet, and then imagine the carpet is your teeth. 

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Brush Your Teeth With An Electric Toothbrush
Another approach you can control is proper teeth brushing, and an electric toothbrush is a great solution to boost your teeth' health.

Studies have shown that an electric toothbrush is better at removing plaque by 21% and improving gum health by 11% after three months of use than manual toothbrushes.

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Focus On Flossing For Whiter Teeth
One meme that sticks in mind when thinking about flossing is. "You do not have to floss all your teeth, just the ones you want." One of the best things that you can do to help your smile is to floss. It can sound a little basic, but going back to basics with these things does help. Brushing your teeth at least twice a day is essential, as well as after meals where possible. Flossing in between meals is a must too, and can be easy to do when you're out and about. Toothbrushes and mouthwash don't get rid of all bacteria and food particles, so flossing helps in several ways. 

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How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Help Your Smile
If you are looking for a great way to transform your smile, you need to find a local cosmetic dentistry dream team that instantly makes over your teeth. From porcelain veneers to teeth whitening, cosmetic dentistry can boost your smile and erase all those irritating imperfections you hate in just a few visits.

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How Your Lipstick Can Make Your Teeth Yellow
Do your teeth look yellow in a photo? Maybe it's your lipstick. That's right before you grab just any lipstick color, you need to make sure that you are choosing the correct color. A few things to consider when choosing a lipstick are selecting a color that will flatter your undertones. Secondly, you want to pick a shade that will reflect off your teeth in a positive manner, like berry colors or lipsticks with blue undertones. These hues help to highlight those pearly whites, making them look even brighter. On the same token, you want to stay away from lipsticks that have a yellow-orange undertone in them, as they seem to emphasize the imperfections in your teeth and make them have the appearance of a yellow hue.

So there you have it, my "Top Six Ways To Brighten Your Teeth" just in time for the holiday! 


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30 comments

  1. I stopped drinking tea and coffee because of how yellow it made my teeth. These are excellent tips.

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  2. These are great tips. I recently switched to an electric toothbrush,and I can really tell a difference. They're great.

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  3. I have a pretty nice smile but it can always be better. There are so many tooth whitening strips out there but prevention is the best idea.

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  4. I'll try these out. My teeth could use some brightening, especially for the holiday season!

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  5. I totally need these tips in my life, I drink a lot of tea so my teeth aren't the whitest they could be.

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  6. I'm really bad at skipping flossing everyday. I do it, but I need to do it daily.

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  7. This post is really informative. Looking forward to implementing your tips.

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  8. These are good approaches to a whiter smile. I will have to keep some of these points in mind.

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  9. These are all great tips for brightening your teeth. I really need to invest in an electric toothbrush.

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  10. These are great tips. I agree that the right lipstick color can make a big difference.

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  11. Great tips,now I'm definitely buying an electric toothbrush. Thanks!

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  12. These are some great tips. I do many of these already. I love using my electric toothbrush and I think it works so much better then a manual.

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  13. Love that these are easy advice to follow. I hope they will help!

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  14. I didn't know about the lipstick!!! I always say a smile is the best thing you can wear!

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  15. Great tips. I need to get electric toothbrush. Didn't know it impacts tooth whitening so much.

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  16. I had no idea that lipstick can make your teeth go off-white! Such an interesting read.

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  17. hi
    i would definitely would go for an electric toothbrush . teeth and smile are so synonymous indeed. Sugary foods and Acidic foods are truly to be avoided

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  18. I had no clue that lipstick can make your teeth yellow!!! Thanks for your help!

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  19. I didn't know that these many things could affect the health and conditions of one's teeth. I wonder if there is an electric toothbrush that is sustainable. I stopped using them because there aren't sustainable. This is something I can surely do more research on.

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  20. Great tips! I thought the analogy for flossing was particularly funny ;p

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  21. It's really important to have healthy and white teeth, thanks for bringing this topic and great tips for how to do so! - Knycx Journeying

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  22. Over the years, my teeth did get a bit darker and they are less shiny. However, I put health above appearance and consequently do not bleech them.

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  23. That is a dream of mine to get my teeth done. It is the one thing that makes me insecure.

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  24. Coffee and tea has contributed to my teeth stains, I had teeth whitening a few years back but I’m not sure I can do it now that I’m pregnant.

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  25. This is the first time that lipstick can make your teeth yellow (well who eats lipstick?!), but maybe it depends on what lipstick shade you wear which affects the shade of your teeth. I better check my lipstick shades then!

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  26. I didn’t know lipstick had that effect on teeth!!! Darn it

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  27. Love these tips! I actually never knew that lipstick could potentially make your teeth yellow! And using an electric toothbrush is always a must for myself!

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  28. Hahahaa. I can't refrain myself from not drinking coffee and sodas.

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  29. I never knew lipstick effected your teeth! Definitely making a note of that!!

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  30. I need to focus on flossing! It is the one thing in my dental hygiene that I tend to neglect!

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