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Over-the-counter products ‘no good for tooth whitening’


Over-the-counter products 'no good for tooth whitening'Cleaning teeth vigorously in the hope of making them whiter actually does more harm, one expert has claimed.

Dr Sultan Sherzoy suggested individuals try Zoom teeth whitening instead to improve the appearance of their smile.

He described how stained teeth require professional treatment and that over-the-counter products will not give the desired effect.

The procedure takes 90 minutes in which time the bleaching agent is applied to the gums and activated by a light that accelerates the brightening of the teeth, the specialist explained.

Dr Sherzoy said: “There is a safe, fast solution to those who want to achieve that sparkling white smile.”

Zoom whitening can be used to treat discolouration caused by tobacco, tea, coffee, red wine and medications, he added.

Entertainment blog Viral Socialite recently advised people to avoid acidic foods and carbonated drinks to help maintain a whiter smile and instead eat oranges which are rich in the natural bleaching agent vitamin C.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19858609-ADNFCR

Alter diet ‘for whiter teeth’


Alter diet 'for whiter teeth'Avoiding acidic foods and having teeth whitening treatment can give people celebrity-like smiles, according to one industry commentator.

Individuals who want a whiter smile should avoid coffee, nicotine and carbonated drinks, the celebrity gossip and entertainment blog Viral Socialite stated.

The website advised drinking lots of water and milk to restore health and eating foods rich in vitamin C such as oranges, which are described as natural bleaching agents.

However, it noted that in some cases, professional teeth whitening will be necessary as tooth enamel may be too damaged and stains cannot be removed.

The blog suggested dental veneers may need to be applied to cover the existing surface and can give a brighter appearance for up to five years.

Smokers were recently warned by experts at WorlDental magazine that not only could the habit make teeth appear unsightly, but that it could also cause them to fall out.ADNFCR-2621-ID-19852580-ADNFCR

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