Whether you are posing for a photo or meeting someone for the first time, nothing brightens up your personality better than a glowing smile!
You do not need to be a Hollywood star to have a beautiful and healthy smile that catches the eye. Follow our beauty tips for a perfect smile in every photo.
Have your teeth whitened
The whitening process can give you the radiant smile you have always dreamed of!
Whitening is a procedure that should always be performed by your Dentist, so that it is safe and effective. The whole procedure is simple and painless: a special whitening agent which is activated by laser action is applied onto all tooth surfaces. This way, your teeth obtain a white colour that brightens up your smile!
Have your dentist check your teeth every 6 months
Do not neglect your dental examination. It would be good to have your teeth cleaned every 6 months and check your mouth and teeth for any damages. Especially if you are a smoker, all this should be done at regular intervals.
Replace old amalgam fillings (black fillings)
White fillings can perfectly “imitate” the natural tooth colour and are used instead of the old dark amalgam fillings. Composite resin (white) fillings allow the Dentist to modify the shape, size, and colour of your teeth, so that you can get a whiter and more impressive smile on the spot!
Do not smoke, smile!
In order to keep your teeth white, it is important to quit – or at least limit habits that may affect your tooth colour. Smoking is one of them.
Nicotine and tar on cigarettes not only are causes of yellow teeth but can cause serious problems in your periodontal tissues and your health in general.
Unlike cigarettes, the e-cigarette does not cause discolouration of the teeth but significantly reduces saliva production, causing a dry mouth, tartar buildup, and bad breath.
Watch your diet
Eating high sugar foods can affect the health of our teeth. Try to limit ready meals and adopt a balanced diet, rich in vegetables. Thus, you will protect your teeth and your health in general.
Beware of the sugar contained in some fruits and fruit juices, as they can cause abrasions and discolourations if you do not follow a daily good oral hygiene routine.