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Brighter Teeth – Simple Daily Tips For a Whiter Smile

Sometimes when we look back at old photos of ourselves it can be quite surprising. We do not always really remember what we looked like. Smiles are a very prominent part of our faces and it can change without us even realizing it.

People even stop smiling sometimes in photographs because they are so self-conscious about their smiles. It can even become so natural to do it after a while that they do not even realize it. Making faces like that can seem very unnatural and even scary sometimes. Fortunately, there are things you can do at home to help brighten your smile so you can feel comfortable taking pictures and smiling again.

Any vegetables that make you salivate will help you brighten your teeth. Some good ones to try are carrots and apples. The flavor and sweetness of these foods help your mouth create extra saliva. This extra salivating helps remove foods and substances left in your mouth after eating that could stain them. Chewing or snacking on these foods as a final snack help clean your teeth.

Chewing gum can also help clean your mouth and give you brighter teeth as well. Try some of the gum brands that meant to help with this. Chewing gum also produces some of the same results as chewing on the foods previously mentioned in that it creates saliva. There are so many types of gum out there that are meant for helping with this. You will have an easy time finding them. It is best to find ones that are sugar-free so you are not adding to the teeth problem.

Finally, you can use teeth whitening pens to help brighten your teeth. These pens are filled with a solution to help whiten your teeth in an easy to use applicator. Using this only a few times a day after eating and brushing helps clean your teeth. It takes only a very small amount of effort to have brighter teeth.

Using all of these techniques with the brightening pens have helped a lot of people I know improve their smiles. There are no more stains! So if you are have trouble getting whiter teeth, add some of these tips to your routine.



Source by Timmy Tanner

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