Tooth Whitening in Baltimore

Common causes of teeth stains in Baltimore

Tooth whitening in Baltimore

Tooth whitening in Baltimore

If you want to have an extremely attractive smile, you will want it to be white and bright. At our dental practice, Quest Dental, patients are able to receive tooth whitening in Baltimore, and learn more about the common causes of teeth stains.

When you visit our dental practice for tooth whitening in Baltimore, you will be seen by one of our top-notch dentists, just one of whom is Dr. Michael White. Our dentist will talk to you about which tooth whitening procedure will work best for you. Afterwards, in order for your teeth to remain as bright and as white as possible, you will want to be sure to avoid some of the common causes of teeth stains. Having stained and yellowed teeth can make you look older, since teeth naturally yellow with age. There are foods and habits that you can avoid that will help your teeth to remain waiter and brighter longer. Cigarette smoking is one of the leading contributors to tooth staining. If you are looking for another reason to help you to quit smoking, remember that smoking will cause your teeth to look yellowed and stained faster. There are also certain beverages you will want to avoid. Cola sodas and brightly-colored sports drinks can contribute to tooth staining. Drinking coffee and tea will also make your teeth look stained, as well. If you want to drink just one of these beverages you are better off drinking coffee, since it will not stain your teeth as badly as drinking tea will. You will also want to avoid all wines. Although berries are extremely healthful and delicious to eat, you will also want to avoid eating berries, or at least eat them in small quantities. Blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and raspberries all contribute to tooth staining. You will also want to avoid eating brightly-colored candies that can stain your teeth, as well.

For an appointment to come to our dental practice for tooth whitening in Baltimore, simply contact our office today.

1000 East Eager Street,
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 774-5377