Thursday, December 5, 2013

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Can Having Bad Teeth Effect You Mentally?

Having bad teeth can effect more than your dental hygiene. New research by Oasis Dental Care has revealed that having bad/discoloured teeth can affect your mental wellbeing too.

During a recent study they discovered that 14 million people across the UK think they have bad teeth, 70% of which feel it is having a negative impact on their lives:
  • 5.4 million (39%) stated that they tried to hide their teeth or even avoided smiling altogether.
  • 4.4 million (31%) felt less confident in public and had lower self esteem.
  • 2.1 million (15%) felt depressed.
  • 400,000 (3%) have stopped leaving their home because of their teeth.
  • 1.4 million (10%) don’t speak as much as they would if they had better teeth.
  • 1 million (7%) feel their love life has been affected.

More surprising was the difference between men and women.

Whilst only 26% of women admitted to having poor dental hygiene (compared to men at 33%), four out of 5 women were more sensitive to the impact of having bad teeth compared to just 63% of men.

What can you do?

Having bad teeth goes far beyond vanity. It can effect your emotional and mental well-being, influencing the way you approach life.
Yet having bad teeth is easy to remedy…
By simply taking better care of your teeth and enlisting the help of one of the following, you can have the smile and confidence you crave:
  • Improve your dental plan – make sure you brush your teeth at least 2 times a day with a medium sized hard toothbrush, making sure your toothbrush works in a circular motion. If you have eaten/drank anything particularly staining, wait an hour then brush your teeth. In addition, try to floss every night.
  • Visit your dentist – your dentist can offer your teeth a professional clean as well as help to mend croaked or cracked teeth by using caps, braces and veneers.
  • Consider teeth whitening – if the root of your fears is due to teeth discolouration, teeth whitening can help you to make your teeth up to 11 shades whiter in 2 weeks. Dr George’s Dental White contains a 16% carbamide peroxide (the same gel dentists use) which when it enters the pores in your teeth, creates active oxygen that converts coloured compounds into colourless compounds.
 Any one of these method can help to improve the health and appearance of your teeth, so if you are one of the 14 million people in the UK who feel you have bad teeth, why not give these a try and make sure you are no longer a statistic.

Is Poor Brushing Affecting Your Teeth?

Whilst we all know that we need to brush our teeth at least twice a day to prevent plaque and tooth discolouration, it would seem that many of us still don’t know how to brush our teeth properly. 

According to 2 studies by the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, after assessing 2,000 15-16, 31-35, 60-65 and 76-80 year olds, researchers discovered only 1 in 10 knew how to brush their teeth effectively to prevent tooth decay.

From not brushing their teeth twice a day, to rinsing out their mouth straight after brushing (thus diluting the protective effect of the fluoride toothpaste), dentists we shocked to find that 90% of participants were not looking after their teeth properly.

And whilst missing the occasional brushing may feel like nothing, overtime this lack of maintenance can lead to plaque, cavities, weakened enamel and tooth discolouration.

How to brush your teeth correctly

The British Dental Association has got a number of tips to help improve the health and appearance of your teeth:
1. Use a small head on your toothbrush as this will make it easier to remove food from all the nooks and crannies.
2. Opt for a medium or soft brush.
3. The best way to brush your teeth is to use a circular action (not up and down) and make sure you take your time on each area and that you reach to the back of your mouth (this is where bacteria usually accumulates).
4. Clean your teeth for a minimum of 2 minutes twice a day.
5. Your toothpaste should contain a fluoride concentration of at least 1,350ppm.
6. Floss between your teeth in the evening to remove the build up of detritus.
However if you’re still worried that you are not cleaning your teeth properly the British Dental Association recommend doing the following every time you brush:
  • Placing the head of the toothbrush against your teeth, tilt the bristle at a 45 degree angle to your gum line.
  • Begin moving your brush in a circular motion several times over each tooth, making sure you cover the entire area of the tooth.
  • Brush the outer surfaces of your teeth with your bristles angled at 45 degrees to your gums.
  • Use this same method to brush the inside of your teeth.
  • To clean the inside surfaces of your front teeth, tilt your toothbrush vertically and make small circular strokes with the front part of your brush.
  • Lastly brush your tongue as this will help to freshen your breath and keep your mouth clean as it will remove bacteria.
Note: every time you’re ill you should change your toothbrush.

Follow this dental plan and you can ensure that your teeth stay clean and healthy. However if your teeth have been overexposed to staining foods and drinks to the point that your toothbrush cannot readily remove it, then teeth whitening may be able to help.
Made from 16% Carbamide Peroxide (the same concentration as dentists), Dr Georges Dental White can help to convert coloured compounds into colourless compounds and help to whiten your teeth by up to 11 shades.

Can Tooth Spray Be The Answer To Damaged Teeth?

Often one of the biggest reasons many of us turn to teeth whitening is due to the appearance of discoloration on our teeth.

Now whilst a lot of this is caused by smoking and food/drink stains, a big reason why our teeth looks yellow is because our enamel has worn away, revealing the dentin underneath.

But what if you could prevent that?

Well, if research by King’s College London and Imperial College London is correct you may soon be able to use a tooth spray that can offer increased protection for your teeth.

How does the Tooth Spray work?

Created using a type of calcium, the spray is believed to help repair damage done to your enamel whilst repairing your exposed dentin.

Simply spray a few millimetres away from your teeth and the dry powder blocks the tiny tubes in dentin – reducing their sensitivity – whilst acting as a mild abrasive, to help remove stains from your teeth. 

Is it safe?

This spray is still being developed by scientists, but once on the market it could potentially help you to overcome enamel damage and give your teeth a second chance.

Until then though there are a number of things you can do to keep your teeth healthy and stain free.
  • Avoid staining foods and drinks – sauces, wine, berries etc
  • Quit smoking – not only does smoking reduce oxygen supply to your gums, but the nicotine can cause your teeth to yellow
  • Adopt a healthy dental routine – brush your teeth at least twice a day for 2 minutes (if you want to brush after meals wait at least an hour); floss every evening; change your tooth brush every 3 months and use a medium-hard toothbrush
  • Use teeth whitening – whether you opt for our 16% carbamide Dr George’s Dental White teething gel or chose to use strips, pens or professional cleaning from your dentist; remember to follow the products instructions carefully and don’t use the product more than 2 times a year. With the right product you can whiten your teeth by up to 11 shades.
Achieving a white, healthy and natural smile is possible, no matter how old you are. Simply bear in mind the points above and you can keep your teeth, enamel and smile perfectly white.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Why Teeth Whitening? Enamel Examined

Discoloured teeth are very unsightly and a very unattractive feature of a person. No one would want to be referred to as the ‘one with the yellow teeth’. It is not unusual by any means to have stained teeth; it is really to be expected with our poor diets and lifestyle. Our teeth can become stained through medication and naturally with age. Some people are just unlucky and are born with naturally very yellow teeth, although the advantage to this is that naturally yellow teeth are thought to be a lot stronger than naturally very white teeth. This is little comfort though because sparkling white teeth denote health and are very nice to look at, a set of yellow, discoloured teeth are not. You only get one set of teeth so it is wise that you look after the ones you’ve got! There is hope though because there are a number of ways in which you can achieve a bright, white healthy smile.

Surface stains can more often than not be removed by a proper, thorough cleaning by a dentist or hygienist; they can remove some surface (extrinsic) stains caused by tea or coffee or certain foods. However the deeper rooted stains (intrinsic) will only be removed by one method and that is teeth whitening. There are various, inexpensive ways in which you can brighten up your smile yourself, toothpastes, gels, strips, tooth whitening pens etc. Even natural remedies, it is believed that rubbing strawberries onto your teeth and gargling with apple cider vinegar can act as natural whiteners. But the most efficient and guaranteed way of doing this; albeit not the cheapest way, is professional teeth whitening.

Professional teeth whitening is generally performed by a dentist, who will check that, your teeth and gums are healthy enough to undergo the procedure and if so, will apply a rubber shield or gel over the gums to protect them. Then a whiteninggel/product is applied to the teeth, hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide (which is more common nowadays) using a specially made mouth tray that is specially formed to fit the individuals mouth and teeth just the same as a gum shield.  A blue laser light is normally used to quicken the process which can take up to an hour in some cases. 

As the peroxide is slowly broken down, oxygen gets into the enamel of the teeth and the tooth colour is then made lighter. It will not completely change the colour of a tooth and only natural teeth are suitable for this procedure, any dental restorative work, crowns, caps, veneers etc will not be lightened in this method and may have to be replaced or specially cleaned. It also may or may not require additional visits to the dental surgery, but you can prolong the whiteness at home using special whitening toothpastes and gels. Results overall can last for a couple of years depending on your diet but your dentist will be able to advise you on this.

Teeth whitening- Dangers of Natural Teeth Whitening

Everyone wants that dazzling white smile we see models and movie stars flashing theirs in magazines and on the big screen, but getting it can be costly. This cost may not only be the price you pay, because some natural teeth whitening methods can wreak havoc on your teeth and gums. When choosing methods to brighten your smile, you need to make sure you have good oral health and find a system that does not hurt your teeth or gums. If you are ever in doubt, ask your dentists for advice, he will know best which methods are most reliable and safe.

There are several natural teeth whitening methods that are not good for your teeth and gums. Using a strawberry to whiten teeth will work, but at what cost? The acid in the strawberry can make both your teeth and gums week. Baking soda will brighten your smile, but the abrasive nature of the soda can weaken enamel and irritate the gums. Lemons peels are just as bad for your teeth, because acidic remedies of any kind are not good for tooth enamel and gum health. So, what are your options if you want to brighten your smile naturally? There are some safe strategies.

Your eating habits play a big part in the dulling of teeth. Some foods and beverages such as coffee, berries, carrots, tea, cola and red wine stain teeth. Watching what you consume can help you keep your smile bright naturally. Doing small things and regular brushing can really do a lot for your smile. Brushing regularly removes surface stains and brushing after each meal reduces the amount of time teeth are exposed to food that may cause stains. Using a dental rinse is also a great way to help keep teeth healthy, clean and the rinse removes most organic debris that may cause discoloration.

Smoking and drinking are another cause of discoloured or stained teeth and both are bad for your overall health. Nicotine and tar stains the teeth. Yellow and brown stains caused by cigarettes are difficult to remove. Avoid both for a natural teethwhitening solution. If your teeth are stained, try using an over-the-counter whitening gel or strips to get your teeth back to a nice sparkling shine. Then, incorporate some the natural ways to keep teeth white. Making small changes can help your overall oral health, which means fewer dental visits and a healthy, white smile naturally.

Tooth Whitening- Choosing a Tooth Whitening Method

Today, it seems we are all in search of an effective, safe method to brighten our smile. We are all more confident when our smile is nice and bright. Several options are offered over the counter and other natural home methods are available as well. Not all methods are the same and if you want effective long lasting results, you need a product that contains either hydrogen or carbamide peroxide. Some other methods, like baking soda, are an abrasive and only remove surface stains. When considering what method to use for tooth whitening, look into which methods are effective and safe with long lasting results.

The most effective products contain some concentration of peroxide to bleach the teeth. Over-the-counter tooth whitening product includes bleaching pens, whitening strips and trays. These methods cost only a fraction of dental visits and are some of the most effective in home whitening systems. You wear strips and trays for about 30 minutes, twice a day for two weeks. The bleaching pen is applied to each tooth individually, much like applying nail polish to fingernails. You leave the product on until it dries or overnight or just follow package instructions. These treatments are safe and effective as long you have good oral health.

There are home methods using products around the house that are cheaper. The home toothwhitening treatments can be affective, especially when removing surface stains from the teeth. With baking soda, you wet your toothbrush, dip into the baking soda and brush for two minutes. Follow up by brushing your tongue with toothpaste for fresh breath. Baking soda is an abrasive, so it is important that you do not use it every day. Abrasives can weaken enamel and irritate the gums if used daily. Other home treatments, like strawberries or lemons rubbed on the teeth will whiten, but the acid contained in the fruit can also weaken enamel, so do not use them often.

The main thing with tooth whitening is to choose an effective, affordable method for you. It does not matter which method you choose as long as you have good oral health and strong gums. If your gums are painful or swollen, you may have gingivitis. Gum disease needs treatment and using whitening products without proper treatment will only exacerbate the pain and swelling. Always get a dental check-up before using a home teeth-whitening method, and if you have any questions, it is best to ask your dentist because he is aware of your overall oral health. 

Home Teeth Whitening- Home Remedies for Whitening Teeth

Everyone wants a safe, effective product to whiten the teeth. People are more confident when they have a bright, nice looking smile. There are several options for home teeth whitening methods, from over the counter products to using baking soda and a toothbrush. They do not all work the same and for long-lasing, white teeth a product that contains peroxide works better than  methods that only remove surface stains, like baking soda or whitening toothpastes. When choosing a method, you have to take into consideration the time it takes to see results as well as the effectiveness of the whitening method.

Over-the-counter products such as whitening strips, trays and bleaching pens all contain some concentrations of peroxide to help whiten the teeth. They cost a fraction of a dental whitening procedure and are some of the most effective methods of home teeth whitening. These products generally recommend wearing the strips or trays for about 30 minutes, twice a day for two weeks for maximum results. Applying the gels from the pens to the teeth is much like applying nail polish. You use the applicator to brush the product on the teeth and leave it on until it dries or overnight, whichever the instructions suggests.
If you want to go low cost, there are cheaper methods. Baking soda is cheap method of hometeeth whitening because it cost very little to purchase. All you need to do is wet your brush and dip it into some baking soda, making sure to cover all bristles. Brush with this for about two minutes and rinse. If you want fresh breath, follow up by brushing with toothpaste. Use the toothpaste on your tongue as well. Baking soda is an abrasive and can cause permanent damage to tooth enamel, so you do not want to use this method on a regular basis.  

Choose a method or procedure you feel is right for you and you can afford. Whether it is bleaching strips, trays, bleaching pens or baking soda, you must have good oral health before using any of these methods. The peroxide can irritate already painful or swollen gums. The abrasive nature of the baking soda can also irritate tender gums. Many people have gingivitis and using these home teethwhitening methods can cause pain and discomfort, exacerbating the condition. You should get a dental check-up before attempting to use any methods of teeth whitening or bleaching. 

Dental Hygiene

Everyone knows the importance of maintaining good dental hygiene but sadly, it is something that many of us overlook. And it is does not have to be difficult, pricey or time-consuming to look after your teeth, not only will having a healthy mouth make you feel good, but you’ll also look good, as your teeth will be white, healthy looking and attractive, but your overall health will be improved as problems with your teeth can spread to other parts of the body such as vital organs such as the heart which is why you cannot afford to neglect your teeth. Here are 5 top tips on keeping your teeth healthy:

Visit your dentist every 6 months without fail

Nobody really likes going to the dentist. Even if you aren’t experiencing any pain and everything seems to be fine, you could still be suffering from small cavities, gum problems or worse. And by the time you get pain it means that it is too late and that treatment will be needed. By regular trips to the dentist it means your need for any drastic treatment is reduced because the problems will be spotted before they get to that stage. Plus your dentist will be able to advise you if your oral hygiene is lacking so can sort out a plan of action with you to make sure serious problems don’t develop.

Brush your teeth at least twice a day

By skimping on brushing your teeth you will at the least have bad breath but also bacteria and decay will build up on your teeth and can lead to cavities and you needing fillings. If possible you should try and brush your teeth between meals, if this isn’t possible, rinsing with water or eating a sugar free chewing gum can help by encouraging saliva production to wash away and neutralize the acid build up. If plaque is left on teeth this can lead to gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) the good news is it is completely reversible as once the plaque is removed the gums can then recover.

Remember to Floss!

Unfortunately toothbrushes do not always remove every particle of food and plaque build up from in between teeth which is why it is important to floss twice a day. Correct technique is essential because improper use can cause bleeding gums so talk to your dentist or hygienist. Having a proper professional clean by a dentist will also remove any residue that has built up over time.

Limit the amount of artificial sugar in your diet

Many foods today contain sugar, even naturally occurring sugar so it is somewhat hard to cut out of our diets completely but it is the artificial ones we need to worry about. Everything in moderation is acceptable but it is a good idea to avoid sugary foods and drinks between meals to give your teeth a chance to be remineralised by the saliva. Try to avoid drinking fizzy drinks and citrus fruit juices between meals as these will encourage tooth erosion and decay.

Cut down on your drinking and stop smoking

Alcohol and Tobacco are one of teeth’s worst enemies. Alcohol dramatically increases your risk of tooth decay as many alcoholic drinks and mixers contain a lot of sugar. Smoking not only leaves teeth yellow but you are at an increased risk of developing mouth cancer, gum disease and worst case scenario, tooth loss. Limiting both of these especially Tobacco not only will promote healthy teeth and gums but also a healthy body.

The best teeth whitening methods

Who doesn’t want to have a smile that compares or exceeds a movie star’s charming appeal? We all know that a perfect smile is essential not only for personal reasons but of course for our interactions with people. We do not want people to think that we are not taking care of ourselves. Even at work, we do not want to get noticed because of the dominant stain that we have on our teeth. 

The fact is that we ,may not be celebrities and we all have our bad habits like drinking too much coffee, smoking and other stuff that could cause a very bad deal of strain to your teeth. In a sense you might feel that there is not hope anymore in your pursuit in having superstar teeth. Contrary to that, a lot of teeth whitening methods are available in the market. If you opt for natural, there is a variety to choose from. If you prefer the more drastic and instant procedure you can go to your own doctor. Why not take charge of teeth whitening and experience the magic of Smile 4 You? 

Smile 4 you provide amazing options for teeth whitening. It is well known brand and many people want to experience the fantastic effect of the Smile 4 You teeth whitening kits. You now forget about your dark, stained past when you have yellow teeth because with the help of Smile 4 You, all your worries in the past will simply vanish. You will be transformed into your own celebrity, ready to take charge of your life with full confidence.

Teeth whitening procedures could go extremely expensive and we know you cannot always afford to have teeth whitening like Ultraviolet whitening action or other dental procedures. Here at Smile 4 You, we offer top quality teeth whitening kit at the best price possible for your needs! Teeth whitening need not be expensive. We can assure you that with these great prices, the quality and reliability of the products are totally immaculate. 

By now you should be ready to have that perfect smile and you want to know the best method suitable for you. Smile 4 you are the only way for a great looking teeth and the most dazzling smile you ever had. Get complements from your friends and co-workers as you show them your renewed self with whiter teeth! Smile for you is the best option for you for high quality and perfectly priced teeth whitening methods and soon you will surely forget about your dark secrets and fully smile to the world! Go ahead and check Smile 4 You now!