Here are some easy steps to follow that can help you prevent stains within the next upcoming 48 hours.
You may be asking yourself “What would potentially stain my teeth?”
Potentially everything that has natural or artificial pigmentation (Color) can stain your recently whitened teeth.
In this short guide, we’ll let you know which foods, drinks and other substances are the most common and capable of staining your brand new smile.
You should avoid any dark beverages; this goes for coffee, tea, and beer. We recommend drinking water, but if you need to drink something different than water, here are some examples that you may enjoy. However, keep in mind that teeth sensitivity may occur directly after teeth whitening. If this happens, avoid getting drinks that are too cold or too hot:
- Coconut Water
When it comes to food it’s recommended to have an all-white diet, food has a lot of natural pigmentation that’s why we need to watch what we eat, and this includes:
- Dark Sauces
Here are some examples of food that you may eat while taking care of your new teeth whitening:
- Plain white yogurt with banana
- Egg Whites
- Chicken sandwich on white bread or pita bread
- Turkey sandwich on white bread or pita bread
- Sushi that is made with cod, halibut or haddock
- Grilled cheese sandwich only with mozzarella cheese
- Pasta with Chicken or turkey
- Coconut Yoghurt
- Rice pudding
- Vanilla ice cream
You should avoid Tabacco and E-cigarettes for at least 72 hours too because of the nicotine that contains,
Lipstick can make stain your teeth too, you may be asking yourself how can lipstick stain my teeth?
Sometimes when you eat or drink or bite your lips, this lipstick may touch your teeth sometimes even when you put it on and the pigmentation of the lipstick can stain your teeth.
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