What’s the difference between tooth decay and tooth discoloration? Is there a difference and how can you tell which is which? Whitening Lightning says yes–there’s a difference! Here’s what it is….
The biggest difference is this: tooth decay is a silent, secret villain that attacks under the radar. Tooth discoloration, on the other hand screams loud and clear–Look At Me!
Tooth discoloration; that yellow, brown or green film that covers your bright smile, is unattractive. In fact, it often keeps people from smiling wide in public. Dial A Smile home teeth whitening system has helped 100s of thousands of customers. This celebrity favorite is effective. In just 20 minutes, you can have whiter, brighter teeth–in fact, many shades brighter!
There are four easy steps to follow:
On the other hand, you don’t always know if you have tooth decay. Pain is not an indicator.
By the time most of us feel the pain of a cavity, the decay is advanced. It has often begun to cause damage to the nerve at this point. Most early decay goes unnoticed, and that’s why it’s especially important to visit your dentist regularly. Best to catch problems early! Not only is decay damaging to the teeth, the longer you wait to deal with it, the more expensive the treatment.
If you have decay, your tooth might hurt, but don’t put aspirin directly onto it. Putting aspirin directly on the painful area could burn the tissues in your mouth. This will hurt even worse. Follow the label and swallow the tablets instead.
Did you know the angle you hold your tooth brush at is important? It is!
Dentists recommend holding your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle. Point the bristles toward your gums. Brushing a few times a day ensures plaque doesn’t get a chance to build up on your teeth. Using a soft-bristled brush is gentler on your teeth and is least likely to cause damage.
So there you go! There is a big difference between tooth decay and tooth discoloration. Give Dial A Smile a try. Watch this short but informative demo video by Cara Van Brocklin to learn more about the Super Booster Whitening Pen:
Southern California innovator and CEO of Gerard Cosmetics, Jennifer Gerard, wheeled her home teeth whitening company, Whitening Lightning onto the teeth whitening scene in 2010. Whitening Lightning became an international rage among celebrities, entertainers and their fans. In 2014 sister company, Gerard Cosmetics took center stage. Beauty experts around the world are thrilled and impressed by the quality of these fine cosmetic products. Visit our website to watch a collection of demo videos.