How to Make Teeth Whiter Without Destroying Enamel
If you know a thing or two about dental hygiene you probably know that your enamel is important. Like really important. Because the damage you do to it is permanent. So it’s a good idea to try to protect what you’ve got. But don’t worry, you can still get a white smile without risking your enamel health.
But before we get to that, you should know what’s already hurting your enamel. Things like grinding your teeth can also crack or damage this thin layer. So can acidic foods and drinks like sodas and sweet teas can erode your enamel. And dry mouth can keep some of those acids present, so if you need an excuse to suck on some sugar-free candy or gum, then there you go. Damaged enamel can also be the cause of some teeth sensitivity. Sensitivity can be resolved by giving your teeth a break from whatever’s bothering them.
But does whitening your teeth damage the enamel? Not if you choose the right product. Smiley Miley at-home whitening kits have less than 18% carbamide peroxide so they’re safe for you and your teeth. Other commercial teeth-bleaching kits may contain other chemicals or chemicals at a higher level that could potentially do damage to not only your teeth but your gums, but it’s always best to check with your dental practitioner before you start.
If you’re still not convinced, you can opt for a natural way to whiten your teeth. The Smiley Miley Coco teeth whitening kit is so safe that even pregnant and breastfeeding mothers can use it.
So go on, whiten without fear of damage and show off your smile on our Instagram.
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