How To Naturally Remove Teeth Stains!

Less Stains! More Smiles! Happier You!

 

Your smile is one of those things that either keeps your lips closed, or makes you want to show off. But for far too many of us, our smiles are something that we're embarrassed of or self-conscious about.

Unfortunately, that usually means turning to dangerous chemicals, costly dental procedures, and over-the-counter products that can leave your teeth in a worse state than they were in before.

Well, all that's about to change, because new research is revealing ALL-NATURAL ways you can remove teeth stains and achieve overall cleaner and brighter teeth right now.

In this blog we discuss what teeth stains are, how you get them, and how to NATURALLY remove them today!

 

WHAT ARE TEETH STAINS

 

Nobody wants discolored teeth. And though it may be easy to just point to sugary foods (which don't help) as the culprit for the discoloration, they're not the only reason for your teeth stains.

In fact, stained teeth, also known as teeth discoloration, can be broken down into three categories - intrinsic, extrinsic, and changes because of age. (1)

Extrinsic stains are on the surface of your teeth, and can be removed with the right ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE PRODUCTS, which can whiten your teeth and promote better overall tooth health. (2)

 

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Whereas extrinsic teeth discoloration affects the outer part of your teeth, intrinsic teeth discoloration happens on the innermost layer of your teeth, also called the dentin.

Though intrinsic teeth discoloration and staining lasts longer than extrinsic teeth discoloration, intrinsic stains are caused by certain medications and an overexposure to fluoride. (4)

The teeth stains that occur with age can be attributed to both intrinsic and extrinsic reasons, and are hard to prevent. But thankfully, you can prolong your oral health with the right ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE PRODUCTS and habits. (5)

 

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THE CONSEQUENCES OF STAINED TEETH

 

There's good news and bad news when it comes to stained teeth. The good news: not all stains on your teeth require a dentist. Now the bad news: stained teeth can lead to serious problems for your smile and overall oral health.

This is especially true when it comes to intrinsic teeth stains, which are sometimes caused by other dental problems that make your current teeth problems worse. (6)

Also, if your stains are really deep, your problem may actually be another dental issue, such as an individual tooth problem or cavity.  (7)

 

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Though teeth stains can come from your general lifestyle, bad dental habits escalate stains and make them worse. Much of this staining is caused by a buildup of plaque and food materials.

Not visiting your dentist for consistent checkups can lead you down a rabbit hole of teeth discoloration, where your small stains can become worse and lead to damaged teeth and long-term oral health problems. (9)

Many people also consider your teeth as barometers for your overall bodily health, as proven by the fact that certain stains on teeth can be evidence of dangerous metals like nickel or copper, and also varieties of fungi and bacteria. (10)

 

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CAUSES OF STAINED TEETH

 

Now the first thing to know is that nobody's teeth are completely white. In fact, it's normal to have some kind of wearing of your dentin. However, there are many ways you may be making the process worse.

One of the most important changes you can make right now is to stop smoking. Tobacco is one of the leading causes of extrinsic teeth discoloration, and a major cause of tooth enamel stains. (11)

Another common cause of tooth staining is a lack of proper oral hygiene. A failure to BRUSH YOUR TEETH and floss can lead to stains on your teeth and a buildup of plaque. (12)

 

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Much like problems with the rest of your body, a common cause of tooth staining is your diet.

Some of the worst foods for your teeth are highly acidic and sugary. These foods, along with balsamic vinegar, curry, and barbeque sauce, can all make your teeth look dull or stained. (14)

Another cause of teeth discoloration is something you can't control - your genetics. Some people are simply predisposed to having thin enamel or discolored teeth. (15)

 

There is something you can control, though - your daily habits!

 

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HOW TO PREVENT STAINED TEETH

 

Though many teeth stains can be remedied with the right ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE, it's a lot easier to prevent the stains from happening in the first place.

To prevent stained teeth, the best thing you can do is to BRUSH YOUR TEETH after every meal. And if you don't have the means to brush your teeth, you should rinse the food from your mouth the best you can, especially with an ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASH. (16)

Another great way to prevent teeth stains is by using a straw when you drink. This will help control the amount of time your beverage is touching (and potentially staining) your teeth. (17)

 

FUN FACT: Still want your herbal tea? Space out sips with water or ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASH, and enjoy a brighter smile (and your favorite drinks) today! (18)

 

Now that we talked about foods that cause tooth stains, let's talk about some foods that will help remove them.

Fruits and vegetables help prevent tooth stains by adding a protective film over your teeth, while also providing you a delicious and nutritious boost of VITAMINS and MINERALS! (19)

And just as important as the habits you have are the products you use! Being sure to use the right ORAL CARE PRODUCTS that will whiten teeth and remove plaque and stains is essential to keeping your teeth glowing. (20)

 

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FLUORIDE

 

 

When people think about stained teeth, they may think of coffee or tea. But did you know a leading cause of discolored teeth is actually fluoride?

In fact, fluorosis, or an overexposure to fluoride while you're still growing, can lead to stained teeth in the form of potential streaks or spots. (21)

Your risk of fluorosis grows when you use fluoride-based toothpastes, which is all the more reason to go ALL-NATURAL and reduce your chances of developing fluorosis later in life. (22)

 

FUN FACT: The ways to remedy fluorosis involve veneers, dental bonding, and enamel microabrasion. Avoid the headache of fluorosis by choosing to go ALL-NATURAL today! (23)

 

Excess fluoride is especially dangerous for children, so it's important you don't overexpose your kids to fluoride if you don't have to.

If not watched closely, fluoride can cause kids' teeth to develop yellowish spots that can cause stained teeth they'll be regretting for the rest of their lives. (24)

The damage fluoride causes to teeth can be considered intrinsic tooth staining, which happens when your kids' enamel hasn't fully formed. (25)

 

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