Hopefully many people this season are planning on putting "improving oral care" on their list of New Year's resolutions. Individuals who are looking to boost their dental health are probably aiming for whiter teeth as well, which can be surprisingly easy to achieve with the right diet and oral hygiene habits.
WorlDental.com suggests getting more fiber in the diet. This substance is abrasive and will work to get other food particles off the teeth. Next, the news source recommended grabbing a straw when about to drink a soda.
"When you drink a dark juice directly from a glass, the juice will get deposited on the front of the teeth. When the juice comes in contact with your teeth, it will also start the action of 'staining.' On the other hand if you use a straw, the liquid will never get in touch with the front surface on your teeth," according to the news source.
Good Housekeeping Magazine reminded readers that one of the best ways to get a brighter smile is to visit the dentist regularly. These dental professionals can clean teeth and also offer whitening options in their office.
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