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How to Minimize Berry Stains on Your Teeth


Posted on 7/7/2020 by Sean Saghatchi
How to Minimize Berry Stains on Your TeethWhen it comes to eating foods in the dental world, you've likely heard countless times that you should avoid eating sweets often. This is due to the bacteria that cause cavities feeding off of the sugar stuck to your teeth. But today we are talking about another type of sweet food that is healthy for you, but still has its own negative effect on teeth.

Today, we are talking about berries, nature's candy. Berries are sweet, delicious, and perfect for summertime snacking. But unfortunately, they are known to stain your teeth, and if you are trying to keep a set of bright white teeth then they can be the bane of your existence. Fortunately, we have tips for you to minimize the staining that berries cause.

Brush Using High-Quality Whitening Toothpaste


If you are looking to start removing berry stains from your teeth. A good, safe option is to pick up toothpaste made for removing stains from your teeth. The major toothpaste brands will carry a version of toothpaste like this. If you haven't already, you can swap to these as your daily toothpaste as long as the toothpaste is intended to be for daily usage

Rinse With Whitening Mouthwash After Eating A Large Number Of Berries


Like toothpaste, there are also whitening mouthwash products on the market. Berries are not going to stain your teeth after eating a few, but if you really love your sweet juicy treats and eat them constantly in large numbers, you may end up with colored teeth. To minimize this, rinse using a reputable whitening mouthwash after eating.

Do You Need Your Teeth Whitened Quickly?


If you are looking to have your teeth whitened with haste, we can book you an appointment. Just give our office a call. Your berry binges will seem like they never even happened!


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