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Having A Perfect Smile May Be Easier Than You Think

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Don’t believe the lie. The perfect smile is not the unachievable thing of celebrities. Your shining white teeth are just a few steps away.

Smile Supply Co. developed its teeth whitening kit amid a slew of alternatives. For them, achieving the perfect smile was a holy grail of sorts. Maybe that’s why those other brands made you work so hard to get it.

But achieving white teeth needn’t be difficult. There are just a few practices to check ‘perfect smile’ off your to-do list. Some of these steps are familiar. You might already do them every day. Those that are new are easy enough to learn. We’ll show you.

Smile Steppin’

We’ve picked up nine simple steps to achieving the perfect smile. Don’t worry–you will barely crack the bank. You will need to upgrade your methods and take on a few new ones. But you’ll pick up all the good habits along the way.

Here’s How to Get It

We’re going to make it easy. We’ll tell you exactly what you need, and what you’ll need to do. These ten goals are within your reach. Pick up these habits one at a time, and the perfect smile is yours to keep.

Get a Proper Cleaning

Avoiding the dentist is a disservice to your smile. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends you have at least one professional cleaning per year. That’s a small price to pay for a perfect smile.

What You’ll Need

Any dentist will be able to give you a proper cleaning. If you already have a dentist, cheers to you. Otherwise, do some searching online. You can get started in any care environment. Eventually, you’ll want to find someone to whom you’ll go back.

What to Do

Sit in the chair. Rest easy knowing a professional is at work. Teeth cleaning is not a difficult procedure. You and your new friend will do fine.
Beyond that, share your ambitions to achieve the perfect smile. Your dentist can be your coach throughout this process. He or she has only the interests and well being of your teeth in mind.

Adopt a Teeth-Friendly Diet

You are what you eat, and so are your teeth. The general assumption is that all foods make teeth dirty. Not the case. There are several foods that whiten teeth naturally. Some include enzymes that do the work for you. Others have abrasive surfaces. When you eat them, the gunk is scraped right off.

What You’ll Need

There are a few classifications of teeth-friendly foods. Consider adding these to your grocery basket the next time you’re out:

  • Saliva inducers like oranges, pineapples, and carrots. Saliva is your natural mouth-cleaning substance.
  • Detergent foods that are firm or crisp are great for cleaning teeth at the end of a meal. Some examples include apples and popcorn. Yes, Popcorn.
  • Lactic acid found in yogurt and cheese can protect teeth against decay.

What to Do

Buy these delicious treats and try them out. Then, stay in the habit. Develop a diet that keeps you on track. This is an easy way to achieve that perfect smile.

Brush Maintenance

Take a look at your toothbrush. Does it look like the end of a broom? If your bristles aren’t pointing up, you’re not getting a good cleaning. What’s more, you’re pickup up your old bacteria. Gross.

What You’ll Need

You need an upgrade. Throw away or recycle your disposable toothbrush when the bristles start to fray. If you have an electric toothbrush, replace the head every two to three months. It’s a good idea to stock up on a month’s supply or more.

What to Do

Get in the habit of replacing your bristles. It may sound geeky, but set up reminders on your mobile device. You won’t have to think about it and your teeth will thank you.

Then, master proper brushing. Reader’s Digest suggests “placing your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle against your gums and gently moving it in a circular motion, rather than a back-and-forth motion. Grip the toothbrush like a pencil so you won’t scrub too hard.”

Floss Like a Boss

The world is filled with flossing underachievers. You’re not going to be one of them. According to the American Dental Association, flossing is not just important but “essential” to dental hygiene. Floss is your ground force fighting 500 plaque-causing bacteria.

What You’ll Need

Floss. Any flavor you like. But not all flosses are created equal. Thicker flosses will be stronger and possibly more expensive. They are also less likely to break. Thinner flosses will get into tight spaces, but they don’t have as much tinsel strength. Test out a few different types of floss. This will save you a lot of time and frustration in the future.

What to Do

Use caution when flossing. You can actually hurt your gums. (Hence, “Like a Boss.”) Flossing is best instructed using a graphic representation. We suggest visiting the ADA website for a simple representation that will get you on track.

Gargle Apple Cider Vinegar

If you haven’t tasted apple cider vinegar, you’re in for a treat. Well. your teeth are in for a treat, anyway.

For decades, medical professionals and regular people have applauded apple cider vinegar for its health qualities. Unfiltered, organic apple cider vinegar is said to help your hair, clean your home, soothe sunburns, and remove stains from teeth. Looks like it can help you get that perfect smile.

What You’ll Need

The best apple cider vinegars are unfiltered and straight from an all-natural source. The most widely celebrated brand is Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar. You won’t have trouble finding it. It’s available at most nutrition stores and larger supermarkets. Just keep an eye out–they don’t often have many in stock.

What to Do

Consuming Bragg’s offers countless health benefits for your body. Gargling it in your mouth offers health benefits for your teeth as well. Not only does it remove stains and whiten teeth, it kills bacteria as well. Gargle it in the morning before you brush. That will help you get rid of any nasty aftertaste.

Remove Those Stains

When it comes to teeth, stains stand alone. Unlike plaque, stains are … Aside from regular oral health, stains are the number one enemy to a perfect smile.

Coffee is perhaps the most common cause of stained teeth. Coffee and other troublemakers contain polyphenols. Alone, polyphenols have a lot of great health benefits. Paired with tannin, as it is in coffee, polyphenols get trapped in the porous enamel of your teeth.

If you can’t give up your coffee, we understand. There are still things you can do to get achieve that perfect smile. Let’s review a couple of strategies.

What You’ll Need to Do

Some of these items will seem unusual. Consider them part of your anti-stain kit as you pursue that perfect smile. You’ll need these to keep that perfect smile as well.

Use a Straw. Bypass the teeth altogether with a handy straw. Reusable straws are easy to carry. They’re less wasteful and you can throw them in the dishwasher. Try drinking 75% of your beverages through a straw each day. That’s dodging the polyphenol bullet.

Chew Sugarless Gum. But gum is bad for teeth, right? Sugarless gum can help remove some of those stain-causing elements. Simply chew immediately after coffee.

Rinse and Drink with Water. Water is the building block of life. It’s also a great way to wash away unwanted substances and prevent stains. If a spring water bottle is too bulky for you, keep an eye out for water fountains wherever you go. Order water with meals. And don’t be afraid to ask for a cup of water in your client’s waiting room.

Carry a whitening pen. These sleek devices are affordable and can be used any time of day. Brush on whitening gel up to four times a day. You’ll have stain-fighting power that pushes through any morning java break. (Just give it 15 minutes before you start guzzling.)

Begin LED Teeth Whitening

It’s the 21st century and we haven’t talked about technology. Let’s remedy that.

Some need something more powerful to achieve the perfect smile. Teeth whitening using LED lights is a great alternative to putting bleach and other chemicals in your mouth. The process is simple and non-invasive. And best of all, you can do it at home.

What You’ll Need

Smile Supply Co. offers an LED teeth whitening set that includes the following:

  • A clear mouth guard
  • Plenty of whitening gel
  • Attachable blue light

That’s all you’re going to need for the whole process. The gel contains 35% carbamide peroxide, which increases whitening without sensitivity. The 6-bulb LED light activates the gel to accelerate the process.

What to Do

Got a few minutes? Follow the instructions to set things up. Apply for only five minutes. Do this once a day for six consecutive days. Enjoy the results.

Plan for Travel

Remember all that stuff under “What You’ll Need”? Get ready to throw it in your carry on.

It’s easy to lose sight of that perfect smile when you’re away from home. And nothing does a number on your hygiene like heavy traveling. Wherever you’re going, get that disgusting plane food taste out of your mouth.

You’ve just learned “what you’ll need” and “what to do” for every step of your whitening journey. You can bring together those ideas into a simple travel solution. Some simple strategizing will keep your whitening journey on track–wherever your personal journey takes you.

What You’ll Need

Of course, your dentist will have to stay home. You can probably leave home your bottled water and a jar of apple cider vinegar as well. But take from our suggestions the key essentials to maintaining your pearly whites. This is how to put it together:

Your personal ‘whitening bag.’ This is where you’ll put all the goods. The bag can be the size of a student’s pencil case. It should fit in your carry on for easy access. Be sure you have a feel for the bulk of your belongings before you purchase something.

Fresh toothbrushes or electric toothbrush heads. Depending on the duration of your trip, you will want to bring a few of these. Even if you have an electric toothbrush, bring some regular ones along. You never know what you’ll leave in your last hotel.

Floss. Two of them should do. You know, because of the ‘leave in your last hotel’ thing.

Straws and sugarless gum. You can still combat stained teeth on the road. We suggest a reusable straw. The disposable ones might get gross or you might run out. Bring a couple packs of sugarless gum–enough so that it doesn’t bulk up your bag.

Your whitening pen. You can use this device anywhere. If you’re stuck at a conference all day, use it on the go.

LED Teeth Whitening Kit. It’s easy to store and you need only use it once a day. It can stay safely in your bag in your hotel room so you’ll have it in the morning.

What to Do

Simply follow the guidelines we’ve set out above. You will have to find something other than apple cider vinegar to gargle. But you’ll still be on track for that perfect smile.

Share Your Success

Before long, you’ll notice the results. You’ll celebrate them. Don’t celebrate them alone. Getting the perfect smile you want isn’t an impossible process. With your help, your friends can realize it, too.

What You’ll Need

Your perfect smile! And all the knowledge and best practices it took for you to get it.

What to Do

You can do nothing–sit at home and enjoy the splendor. Or, you can do any one of these things:

  • Take pictures along the way to show your progress
  • Post images of your progress and your device on social media
  • Provide online testimonials for the products you’ve used
  • Write about your experience for other interested whiteners

Get Started Now

No need to waste any time. Get on track with that perfect smile. Contact Smiles Supply Co. for the guidance and support you need to get your perfect smile routine on its way.

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