Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2013
Normal people want to have pretty as well as functional teeth, and maybe flash the smile of a movie star. This could mean anything from dental implant cost to veneers to teeth whitening, which can be bought over the counter or done professionally at a dentist office. On March 14, 2011, the Huffington Post indicated that one of the “10 Common Dental Problems and How To Avoid Them” * includes stained and yellowed teeth. Avoidance methods include not smoking or drinking adult beverages like wine and coffee. However, a more recent April 16, 2013 article (by Memphis news station WMCTV) says that the “Teeth Whitening Trend Could Go Too Far” (wmctv.com/story/21990607/teeth-whitening-trend-could-go-too-far). Dr. Kaveh Kanani, a cosmetic dentist in Woodland Hills, says that tooth whitening agents can certainly help to lighten patients' teeth, but that as in almost any other dental procedure, having the process done at home could cause more issues than it fixes.
Sometimes, said the Huffington Post, people may naturally have a bit of a yellow undertone to their teeth, and whitening agents certainly may help. Other factors, such as a consistent habit of drinking coffee and red wine, could also move along the slight tinge to a full-blown issue of yellow or brown teeth.What we eat and drink certainly does have an effect on how we look, not only in skin tone or added pounds, but also on our immensely important natural teeth. Dr. Kanani, the Woodland Hills dentist, says that he sometimes has to remind patients that life choi
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