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Foods to Eat/Avoid For Whiter Teeth ,

Teeth whitening is currently the most requested cosmetic dental procedure in the United States.  That is because whiter teeth result in a brighter, more beautiful smile.  Having your teeth professionally whitened can take years off of your appearance and make your smile appear more healthy and more attractive.

There are a variety of foods that you can eat to help you achieve whiter teeth and a more beautiful smile.  These foods include apples, fresh green beans, cauliflower, carrots, celery, strawberries, oranges, cheese and other dairy products.  Foods you should avoid if you desire whiter teeth include the obvious choices including tea, coffee, blueberries, soy sauce, red wine and sodas.  There are also some that you would not expect including white wine and sports drinks.

Even if you avoid the foods and beverages that are most likely to stain your teeth, your teeth will naturally become more yellowed with age.  Smoking or using other tobacco products can also cause severe tooth discoloration.  Fortunately, advances in cosmetic dentistry including teeth whitening now make it possible for virtually everyone to have a bright, white, beautiful smile.  Your options for tooth whitening include in-office procedures as well as take-home kits.  Your best solution for tooth whitening will depend on the cause and severity of your tooth discoloration as well as your lifestyle and your budget.

Pure Dental Health in Midtown Atlanta is pleased to offer expert teeth whitening services to the residents of the Greater Atlanta Metropolitan area.  If you are interested in achieving a whiter, brighter, more beautiful smile, please call our office today to get more information about our Whitening For Life program.

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