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How to Extend the Results of Teeth Whitening

Even with consistent brushing and flossing, your teeth can grow yellow and stained over time. That’s because several factors can take a toll on your teeth, ranging from the natural aging process to the foods and beverages you consume on a regular basis. Fortunately, it’s easy to restore the bright luster to your smile thanks to advancements in teeth whitening products.

At Haider Family Dentistry in Salem, Oregon, Jeremy Haider, DMD, offers professional-grade whitening kits that you can use at home to get a stunning smile. But once you get your great smile, then what?

In this blog, Dr. Haider discusses why teeth get stained, how you can whiten them, and how you can keep them looking great after you’ve whitened them.

Why teeth get stained

It’s hard to believe, but your teeth are porous, just like your skin. Because of that, over time, your teeth can grow discolored from the foods and beverages you consume. Some of the substances that can stain your teeth include the following:

Other substances, such as tobacco stains from smoking, can also speed up the yellowing process.

At-home teeth whitening

At Haider Family Dentistry, Dr. Haider offers the proven results of professional teeth whitening in convenient bleaching systems you can use at home. Your bleaching trays are made from impressions of your teeth, so they will fit exactly. 

You will wear the bleaching trays for 30-60 minutes a day for a predetermined number of days. As you wear them, your teeth will gradually get whiter until they get to the shade you desire.

Keeping your teeth whiter for longer

To keep your teeth bright for as long as possible after whitening them, Dr. Haider recommends:

Dr. Haider can also outline a personalized treatment strategy to help you maintain your brighter smile with your at-home whitening system. 

If you want to get the smile of your dreams, book an appointment online or over the phone with Haider Family Dentistry today.

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