How to Get Rid of Teeth Stains
Teeth stains can be caused by diet, smoking, poor oral hygiene, and occasionally even illness. Products such as whitening toothpaste, mouthwash, and teeth whitening strips rely on different methods to remove teeth stains.
Here’s how whitening toothpaste, mouthwash, and teeth whitening strips can make a difference:
Brushing your teeth with whitening toothpaste improves your ability to remove surface stains. Using Crest 3D White Brilliance can help remove 95% of surface stains in 3 days.
Whitening mouthwash that include the ingredient hydrogen peroxide, an ADA approved teeth whitening agent, whitens your teeth through contact by removing surface stains.
Teeth whitening strips that contain hydrogen peroxide can remove teeth stains below the enamel surface to dramatically improve your smile. Crest® 3D White Luxe Professional Effects Whitestrips whiten 25x better than a leading whitening toothpaste.*
How to get rid of yellow teeth stains
There are so many options available to whiten yellow teeth that it can get overwhelming. To start, try creating a whitening routine. Begin with a whitening toothpaste like Crest® 3D White Brilliance and work your way up to more advanced products such as Crest® 3D White Luxe Professional Effects Whitestrips, which remove up to 14 years of stains.
How to remove coffee stains from teeth
A lot of people enjoy a cup of coffee or tea in the morning, and some in the afternoon and evening as well. But over time, your coffee and tea can cause teeth very noticeable stains. Coffee-stained teeth occur when tannins in the coffee build up on tooth enamel.1 Good oral hygiene can help reduce coffee stained teeth, but that isn’t always enough. Crest® 3D White Brilliance whitens by unlocking trapped surface stains, and adds luster and shine after just one use. Try adding Crest® 3D White Luxe Diamond Strong Mouthwash to help remove stains and strengthen enamel too.
The right level of whitening
Some people choose to have their teeth whitened professionally, but it can be a bit daunting and expensive. If you’re not sure what to do start by swapping out your oral hygiene products for a whitening toothpaste, a whitening mouthwash and teeth whitening strips, and evaluate your smile from there.
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Source: Vogel R. Intrinsic and extrinsic discolouration of the dentition: A review. Journal of Oral Medicine. 1975;30:99-104