What to Eat and Not Eat After You Get Your Teeth Whitened

Professional whitening treatments don’t end after you leave the dentist. While the chemical products or lights they used have brightened your smile, the process still needs to settle. Make sure your teeth stay white by following these recommendations for forty-eight hours after the procedure: Your teeth will be tinted with whatever you eat. The procedure…

3 Reasons to Go to a Dentist to Whiten Your Teeth

When you have the choice between over-the-counter teeth whitening products and going to the dentist, most people turn to the DIY methods. But don’t let a residual dislike of going to the dentist stop you from getting a thorough and safe teeth whitening. Here are three reasons why you should book an appointment as soon…

3 Dangers of DIY Teeth Whitening

More and more teeth whitening products are hitting the market. The Internet also has a growing list of home remedies and DIY recipes that promise faster results then professional treatments. Like with most online or commercial claims, doing even cosmetic procedures on your own is rarely faster or more effective. It’s also less safe because…

Tooth Whitening – Do It Yourself Or See A Dentist?

A bright, healthy smile can give you a boost in confidence and improve your appearance, but what are the best ways to get your teeth their whitest? There are a wide variety of products available over the counter, and other options that require a dental appointment? Read on to learn more and find which is…

Get your Teeth-Whitened and Experience the New You

If you’re located in beautiful southern New England near South Attleboro, Seekonk, Attleboro or Cumberland, and are in need of quality teeth-whitening from trained professionals, consider Exquisite-Smile. Maybe you’ve only given minor thought to the idea of a dental visit? If not, do yourself a favor and consider these reasons to get those pearls whitened:…

4 Flossing Alternatives If You Hate Using Your Fingers

Flossing is one of the most important parts of your daily oral hygiene routine. To keep your mouth really clean and free of bacteria and plaque, you need to clean all five of the exposed sides of each tooth but the brush only gets about three and a half. The floss is meant to help you…

Bad Breath and Other Warning Signs of Gingivitis

Gingivitis is something that can sneak up on you if you’re not paying attention. It develops gradually over time, usually due to a build up of bacteria and plaque along the gum line. If you don’t want to find yourself getting a lecture from your dentist at your next visit, keep an eye out for…

Six Highly Effective Tests for Bad Breath

Do people rub their noses, step back, and look at you in a weird manner anytime they are around you? Did your date suddenly pull away the other day when you tried to dive in for a kiss? Well, this is a clue. Your bad breath might be the problem. The following six tests will…

How nightguards can preserve your smile

As an adult who’s had dental work, you may think your job is done when it comes to caring for your teeth. Brush and floss, right? There may be more to it for you, though. If a dentist has ever suggested that you wear a night guard, it’s because the wear that you’re showing is…

The Difference Between TMJ Disorder and Bruxism

In some circles, the TMJ disorder and bruxism are used almost interchangeably. However, they are two very distinct dental issues, though often you have both with one irritating the other. It is important that if you suspect you have either issue to consult your dentist right away. While bruxism is often easy to diagnose, because…