Whiter, Brighter Teeth

According to all of the ads piling up in my email in-box, everybody in the world is obsessed with having whiter, brighter teeth. When I was a kid people who wanted clean, healthy teeth brushed and flossed after every meal. Now there are all kinds of treatments and procedures to get one’s teeth even more bright, white and shiny than nature intended.

If your a white tooth fan — and I have to admit that dazzling white smiles always catch my eye and charm me — you’ll be interested in Roy Mayhem’s teeth whitening articles. Roy isn’t a native English speaker and his articles have minor language flaws, but they are still understandable. Moreover, of his two favorite teeth-whitening products, his second pick is American Dental Association approved.

Roy also talks about maintaining a healthy diet and eating right as solutions to brighter, whiter teeth. He mentions smoking as a teeth-yellowing culprit (actually he says “eating tobacco” when I think he means “chewing tobacco”). Coffee, tea, and sodas also discolor teeth. Eating fruits and vegetables, especially the harder fruits like apples, help keep teeth white because they help scrub them clean.

Of course, taking the time and finding a place to brush one’s teeth three times or more per day — not to mention carrying around the paraphernalia to do so — is a nuisance. On the other hand, laser whitening or permanent caps is far too costly, which leaves most of us standing in the drug store pondering an array of whitening products wondering which to choose. If you need help choosing a teeth-whitening product, visit Roy Mayhem’s website, teethwhitening.com, and check out his product reviews. You just might find one that helps you put a bright, white smile on your face!

10 thoughts on “Whiter, Brighter Teeth

  1. haha, just read Melli´s comment. Hilarious!
    I love my new white teeth (caps), but am still surprised when I see myself in a mirror or photo. Very different from before…

    • Susan — that is true of many parts of the world. There is a lot of genetics and environment at play in determining whether or not one can ever have white teeth without drastic dental intervention.

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