#Summer drinks can hurt #teeth .
This summer, stay hydrated and #healthy . But think carefully when you choose your beverage – some drinks can increase your risk of #tooth decay.
Summer tips for healthy teeth: ✔Drink water
Keep your mouth moist by drinking water throughout the day. This helps wash away plaque-causing bacteria and can even improve your breath.
. ✔Skip the bubbles
The acid in carbonated drinks can wear down your enamel.
. ✔Use a straw
If you drink acidic beverages, reduce their contact with your teeth by using a straw and finishing the drink quickly, instead of sipping over a long period of time.
. ✔Try tea
#Tea contains compounds that suppress bacteria, slowing down tooth decay and gum disease. Just remember: Don’t add sugar!
Just like having the #perfect#dress , your #smile is one thing that people will always remember on their Big Day. And it can certainly be the most important accessory. The #color of your teeth is the most important thing that one can concentrate on, and I think it’s extremely important to prepare in advance.
The number one thing you should do is get a professional dental cleaning, which can really clean the teeth. You can also do #whitening at home either with strips — something you can do in your spare time — or you can do something a little more professional grade at the dentist’s office, either a laser or Zoom bleaching, etc.
There are also some home tips which you can try before your wedding ... Try dry brushing without toothpaste before you use toothpaste. Dry #brushing can remove a lot of #stains and #tartar and #plaque , which can accumulate on the teeth. Doing that can make your teeth look fresher and brighter.
Another thing you can focus on is having nice even strong edges in your smile. Some people have little dings on their teeth or chips or open little dark spaces — those are very easy to close and restore. It really looks amazing when the edges of your teeth are strong and your teeth are uniform in color.