Midtown NY Teeth Whitening
If you want to have a whiter and brighter smile, all you need to do is to visit us at our dental practice, Dr. Harvey Katz DDS. At our practice, either Dr. Harvey Katz or Dr. Jason Katz, can provide you with Midtown NY teeth whitening
to make your smile truly attractive to others.
After your Midtown NY teeth whitening
, you will want to make sure that you help your teeth to stay white for as long as possible. This can be done by making sure that you avoid foods and drinks which are commonly known to cause tooth stains. Of course, probably some of your favorite foods and beverages are on this list. However, by knowing what foods to avoid, you can at least limit your intake of these staining foods and beverages. On top of our list of common causes of tooth staining is smoking. If you are looking for another good reason to quit smoking, you can add to the list that cigarettes are a serious contributor to tooth staining. You will also want to avoid drinking coffee and tea. If these are two of your favorite beverages, you may want to opt for drinking coffee instead of tea since it does not contribute as strongly to tooth staining as tea does. You will also want to avoid drinking brightly-colored sports drinks and colas. Wines are also known contributors to tooth staining. You probably have enjoyed eating berries over the summer months. However, berries are one of the leading causes of tooth staining. Blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and raspberries should all be avoided if you want to make sure that your teeth stay as white and as bright as possible. You will also want to avoid eating brightly-colored candies.
Our patients find that having a whiter smile not only looks attractive, but it often makes them feel more confident; it can even contribute to a more youthful appearance. Knowing which foods cause tooth staining will help to keep your smile brighter longer after you have your Midtown NY teeth whitening
at our office.
Dr. Harvey Katz DDS
51 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10010
By the Office of Harvey Katz, DDS & Jason Katz, DDS
August 28, 2017