From Part 1 of this blog we know that: Endogenous stains occur while teeth are developing, before they even come through your gums as a child; Exogenous stains occur after your teeth have developed and are through your gums; Extrinsic stains occur on the outer layer of your teeth, the enamel. These tend to look like yellow or brown spots on the surface of your teeth; and Intrinsic stains are located underneath your tooth enamel in the dentin layer. Now that we have done a quick recap, lets look at some more causes of tooth discolouration - Berries Whether they’re blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, mulberries...
There are probably more sources of tooth discolouration than you realise, and just like everyone has different hair and skin colours, we all naturally have different coloured teeth too. Some teeth are just inherently yellower than others but there are plenty of other contributing factors that could be causing your teeth stains. Did you know there are endogenous stains and exogenous stains, intrinsic stains and extrinsic stains? Let’s break them down for you so you can understand the causes of different stains you may have or want to prevent! Endogenous Stains. These stains occur while teeth are developing before they even...
Our Pro Whitening formula contains the same key ingredients that dentists use for their in-chair whitening sessions. The main active ingredient, Hydrogen Peroxide, was discovered to whiten teeth completely by accident when dentists originally used it in rinses to treat gum disease. Hydrogen Peroxide is able to effectively and safely penetrate tooth enamel where it oxidizes, producing lots of little oxygen molecules. These oxygen molecules then react with any discolouration on your teeth breaking their molecular bonds. This removes the discolouration, resulting in whiter and brighter teeth. Our whitening gels comply with the strict Australian legislative requirements and ADA standards,...
With over a decade’s experience in the dental and health industries, the team at Sunshine White understand the importance of good oral health, hygiene and taking care of your teeth. Not only does good oral hygiene help to stop cavities and tooth decay, it also helps prevent certain diseases and cancers. Here are some tips to ensure your oral hygiene is up to scratch, helping to keep your teeth looking their best and you healthy! Brush your teeth right. Brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time is a must! Make sure you’re taking your time and...
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