The next time you're getting ready to go out, whether it's to work, on a date, or for girls' night out, take a moment and check out your smile. Is it as healthy and white as you want it to be?
More and more women are asking themselves that very question, and finding that the answer is "No." With the surging popularity of television makeover shows, women are realizing that improving their smile can have a dramatic effect on improving their appearance, boosting their self-confidence and changing their life!
Ready to change yours? Well, there's a lot more to taking care of your pearly whites than just brushing every day. That's why we're giving you five tips to start you on the road to optimum oral health!
1. Off-White is Not Your Color
2. Put Your Body to Work for You
3. Find Your Perfect Match
4. Go Ahead... Stick Out Your Tongue
5. Make Your Dentist Your New Best Friend
Not everyone is a candidate for every type of bleaching procedure, so be sure to consult your dentist to find out which option works for you. And remember, you can't judge a tooth by its color! Only your dentist can see the early stages of tooth decay, so schedule a visit at least twice a year to make sure your smile lasts a lifetime. If you don't already have a dentist and would like to find one in your area, call 1-800-DENTIST, the free national dental referral service that provides personal customer care to match you with a dentist who can meet your individual oral health needs--and possibly change your life!
Try these tips and the next time you go out you'll be wearing the hottest new accessory- a healthy, beautiful smile!
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