Solutions in Epsom to restore stained teeth.
Tooth discolouration can be caused by a number of factors. Some, such as that caused by regular tea drinking, can accumulate over a long period of time.
One of the habits most likely to cause severe discolouration though, is smoking.
Perhaps through the combination of health advice and the availability of a smoking alternative in vaping, fewer and fewer people now smoke tobacco based products such as cigarettes or cigars. Whether you still smoke or have recently stopped though, several years of this habit will almost certainly have resulted in badly stained teeth.
The tar and nicotine in cigarettes will gradually accumulate on the surface of your teeth, finding its way into the tiniest of cracks and crevices. Tar especially is very sticky and is therefore almost impossible to remove through brushing alone. Those who have smoked heavily for a very long time, may even find that their teeth are closer to brown in colour than yellow.
If you have recently stopped smoking and especially if you need an extra motivation not to start again, this is an excellent time to have your teeth whitened, reminding yourself how your teeth could look if you don’t start smoking again.