Whitening Your Teeth For the Holidays

Some of us just have a hard time spending on ourselves, and would rather put that money toward the people we love. And while that’s a noble way of doing things, spending a little money on yourself can make you a better person to be around. Think about it. When you take care of yourself, you probably feel happier and more self confident. That’s what we want for you this holiday season. So keep reading to learn about professional teeth whitening for the holidays and how to keep your teeth white all party season long.

Professional Whitening

At Centennial Dental Center, we offer professional at-home teeth whitening, so you can get professional results in the comfort of your own home. Our system can help you remove years of stains from drinking red wine, coffee, or tea, and eating foods that stain our teeth, such as berries.

Imagine having a brighter smile this season with just a few easy at-home sessions. Parties, family photos, and other gatherings are more common this time of year, and having whiter teeth may instill more confidence as you spend more time with friends and family.

How to Keep Your Teeth White

Here are a few tips to help keep those amazing results from your whitening treatments. Because once you’ve put forth the effort, it’s hard to see those pearly whites go dull again!

Skip The Wine

Both red and white wine can damage enamel, so they’re not doing your smile any favors. Red wine especially is going to stain teeth if you drink it often. So, skip the wine altogether and opt for drinks that don’t stain. Vodka especially is better for the teeth, as it doesn’t stain teeth and it even kills odor-causing bacteria in the mouth.

Toothpaste Trade

A little bit of whitening toothpaste can go a long way. To help prolong the results of your teeth whitening system, invest in a new toothpaste that offers whitening power.

Are you ready for a brighter, whiter smile this season? Call us today at (208) 322-1112 to schedule a consultation.

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