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Dublin Vitality Centre specialises in 1 hour teeth whitening to remove stains from nicotine and smoking. What is the best teeth whitening in Dublin I Dublin Vitality Centre in Dublin City Centre Teeth whitening dublin, laser teeth whitening dublin, teeth whitening, non peroxide
I want to give up smoking. Can 1 hour laser teeth whitening remove stains from smoking? Yes, in most cases it is possible. But severity of staining is a consideration. Please book an appointment today but if your teeth are excessively stained, expect to undergo a number of treatments to get the results you want.

Smoking and Your Teeth

Heavy smoking can in fact damage and stain your teeth. Consider cutting down on the amount of cigarettes you smoke each day or eliminating them out of your life completely. People who smoke have a harder time keeping their teeth clean and white than those who don’t. Undergoing teeth whitening is a great way to motivate yourself to stop smoking once and for at.

Should I use a home whitening product to keep teeth white after laser teeth whitening?

Yes. When using over-the-counter home teeth whitening products it is important to read and follow the directions very carefully. If you want to use strips to maintain your teeth after teeth whitening treatment at Dublin Vitality Centre, don’t leave the strips or gel on longer than the instructions dictate, as this could lead to sores and problems in your mouth. Avoid drinking or eating acidic foods or beverages for a couple of hours after treatment.

Will the effects of home teeth whitening products be as good as the results I achieved at Dublin Vitality Centre?

No. Do not expect any kind of home teeth whitening method to work the first time, even bleaching strips. Many people think that it only takes one time to get their teeth sparkly white with a home pen or other home teeth whitening method. That is why they give up when the one time does not work. Usually, treatments require a follow-up every few months. Although our treatment does in most cases offer spectacular results on the first treatment, more than one teeth whitening session may be required.
How should I take care of my teeth to ensure they stay healthy and white?
Taking care of your newly whitening teeth is very important. You can maintain your white teeth in good condition by using these tips. Now that you have found the tips to getting a whiter and brighter smile, use them regularly.
  • Have the dentist’s office call you and remind you that it is time for an appointment to scale and polish. Regular tooth care from a professional is one of the best ways to achieve a whiter healthier smile, but many people find it difficult to remember to go into the dentist’s office. Asking them to call you when it is time to schedule an appointment will solve this problem.
  •  Peroxide may not taste great, but it is a great whitener for your teeth. Your dentist probably uses peroxide in many of their teeth whitening products. Peroxide can be so powerful that dentists can whiten your teeth in one visit. Keeping this in mind you should incorporate peroxide into your dental routine a couple of times a week.However, non peroxide laser teeth whitening can whiten your teeth in 1 hour and causes no damage to enamel, pain or sensitivity. That’s why we only provide non-peroxide laser teeth whitening at Dublin Vitality Centre. Non peroxide teeth whitening treatments are only available from teeth whitening clinics and generally not from your dentist.
  •  To keep teeth naturally white, practice good oral hygiene. Always brush your teeth at least twice a day with a whitening toothpaste. Brushing physically removes discoloration and ensures that foods that can stain – like coffee and juices – are removed regularly before they have a chance to cause staining
  •  Brush and floss your teeth at least 2 times a day. Flossing and brushing can prevent plaque buildup that can discolor your teeth. You should make flossing a habit and carry it with you so you can floss after you eat. You should also rinse your mouth out after eating.