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Most cases of chronic dental staining can prove to be frustrating if you’re trying to whiten your smile at home. Yet a simple bleaching treatment from Dr. Robert Jackson can help provide you with a professionally white smile that can turn heads.

It’s important to take into account that even after your teeth have been fully whitening it is still possible for new dental stains to develop.

It would certainly be helpful to cut back on dark foods and limit your consumption of dark beverages. If you do occasionally drink coffee, tea, or cola, you should try to take them in through a straw.

Should you notice minor surface stains on the faces of your teeth you might want to try using a whitening toothpaste or whitening strips that have earned the American Dental Association’s approval. The small ADA logo on the packaging indicates that the product has been tested and researched for safe oral use.

If you live in the Carrollton, Texas, area and you have significant dental stains on the teeth in your smile, you should call 972-492-1064 to schedule a whitening consultation at Jackson Dental.