Posts Tagged 'Auckland Teeth Whitening'

The Ultimate Guide to Teeth Whitening in New Zealand

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Pearly whites, chompers, gnashers, gumballs, jaw rocks, toothy pegs – whatever you’ve called them over the years there’s one thing for sure, we’ve come a long way in the care and maintenance of our teeth.

If there’s one thing, most of us struggle to maintain with our teeth, however, it’s keeping them bright and white.

If you’re looking for teeth whitening options, it’s a good idea to do your research before making a decision on any solution – you’ll achieve best result’s ...

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Can you have Teeth Whitening while wearing a Permanent Retainer

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After having braces removed some people are required to wear a permanent retainer classed as a small dental appliance.  Dentist apply a permanent retainer to the inside surface of the teeth in order to keep the teeth from shifting.  We are often asked if it’s possible to have professional in-clinic teeth whitening while wearing a permanent retainer.

You will be glad to hear that the answer is ‘yes’ you can have your teeth whitened while wearing a permanent retainer.  In fact, ...

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Teeth Staining from Carbonated Drinks like Cola, Soda and Others

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If you habitually drink soda or sugary sweet beverages like cola that can potentially leave your teeth vulnerable to tooth decay and can cause an unsightly yellow staining making you too embarrassed to smile.

The yellowing of teeth from soda is mainly caused by two substances, chromogens and phosphoric acid. Phosphoric acid is added to soda drinks for the purpose of flavouring.  Not only is this ingredient is largely responsible for the flavour of soda, but it has also been shown ...

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How to remove Tobacco/Nicotine Stains on your Teeth

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It is a well-known fact that tobacco use can cause a multitude of health problems. Whether it is smoking cigarettes, chewing on tobacco, smoking cigars or pipes, tobacco use wreaks havoc in your mouth in more ways than one. Aside from having tobacco stains on your teeth, tobacco use can result in bad breath, gum disease, tooth loss and, more seriously mouth cancer. To quit smoking is easier said than done, and it can become less satisfying when the stubborn ...

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