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Preventing Wine Stains on the Teeth

Preventing Wine Stains on the TeethRed wine is a relaxing, antioxidant-rich beverage that is healthy when enjoyed in moderation, but it can also stain teeth. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to prevent this from happening. Here are some tips from our expert in teeth whitening in Beverly Hills for keeping your teeth white the next time you indulge.

Bring a Whitening Pen

Whitening pens are handy for eliminating stains caused by food and drinks, including red wine. After having your fill, head to a restroom and use the whitening pen on all of your wine-tinted teeth. Just be sure to only whiten afterwards because bleaching beforehand can make your teeth temporarily easier to stain.

Drink with a Straw

A straw will deliver the wine to the back of your mouth, letting you swallow it without having it pass over the pearly whites in front. For the best protection against staining, use wine straws, which have a smaller diameter.

Brush Beforehand

According to our cosmetic dentist in Beverly Hills, red wine is more likely to stain your teeth when they're coated in plaque. By starting the night with clean teeth, you'll ensure that red wine has nowhere to stick. Just make sure to avoid brushing immediately afterwards because wine's acidity will make your teeth more vulnerable to erosion.

Have Cheese with Your Wine

Cheese and wine is a classic combination, and cheese can also keep your teeth white over the course of the evening. Cheese is rich in calcium, which helps to prevent discoloration. Hard cheeses work best because they polish and actually seal your teeth temporarily.

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