Voluptuous Lips: How to Make Your Smile Your Best Feature

A smile can really go a long way in changing the direction of someone’s day. The old saying, “a smile that lights up the room”, is not only referring to how bright one’s teeth are, although that certainly helps make a smile more appealing. There are many ways to achieve a beautiful, healthy smile that will leave a lasting impression on everyone you meet.

A Healthy Smile Starts from Within

Maintaining a good diet will keep your teeth healthy and strong. Sugary foods and drinks lead to cavities and tooth decay. Avoiding foods that stain teeth, such as tea, coffee, and red wine, can keep your smile looking its brightest. These contain tannins, which can leave your teeth looking gray or yellow. Instead, consume foods and beverages that strengthen and naturally whiten teeth. High-protein foods like nuts will keep your teeth strong. Fruits like strawberries contain malic acid, which help to naturally whiten teeth. Drinking water is not only great for your body, it also keeps teeth and gums healthy by washing away debris.

Ways to Whiten at Home

There are many over-the-counter whitening kits available for purchase, but these kits can be costly and may cause tooth sensitivity. Whitening toothpastes are a cheaper option, but may not give you the results you are looking for. There are several foods and safe products to use at home to help brighten your smile. Baking soda is not just for keeping your fridge smelling fresh and your cookies plump. It is also great to use as a paste for removing unwanted stains from teeth. Mix a small amount of baking soda with water to form a thick paste and brush onto your teeth as you would toothpaste. Be sure to only use once a week, as it can result in tooth sensitivity. In addition to strawberries, apples also contain malic acid, which helps to naturally whiten teeth. High fiber, iron-rich foods such as broccoli can also keep your teeth looking healthy and strong.

See a Professional

Although there are plenty of things you can do at home to keep your smile looking it’s best, it’s still important to see a dental professional at least twice a year. Regular cleanings help to remove plaque and keep diseases like gingivitis and periodontitis away. A dentist can also give you dental veneers in Charleston, WV, so that your teeth stay bright white and perfect. Dentists also have plenty of tips on what you can do at home to keep your gums and teeth healthy. Brushing and flossing twice a day are two recommendations that dentist always give. Some dentists also offer professional teeth whitening if the methods you have tried at home aren’t doing the trick.

Invest in a Good Toothbrush

A good toothbrush can really make a difference in keeping those pearly whites shining. There are many options on the market, but an electric toothbrush will give you the deep clean that is necessary for whitening teeth. Combined with a whitening toothpaste, this is the best method for achieving a brighter smile at home.

Brushing at least twice a day is essential. Saliva that sits in the mouth overnight leads to tooth decay and bad breath, so it is important to brush both in the morning and at night. If you can brush after meals to remove food particles and stains, that is even better.

A smile is the most important accessory you can wear. It’s the first thing someone notices when they meet you, and will be what they remember about you in the future. Keeping a healthy smile is not only beneficial for others, it’s essential to your overall health as well.

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