How to Help Whiten Your Sensitive Teeth
Certain foods and drinks can affect the whiteness of your sensitive teeth. Try
these tips to keep stains and sensitive teeth under control. 1. Rinse After
Drinking Red Wine. .Red wines like Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot can stain
teeth. Rinsing with water can help minimize discoloration. 2. Add Milk to
Coffee and Tea. Coffee and tea are high in chromogens, pigmented compounds
that can cling to teeth. Adding milk to coffee and tea can help minimize their
staining effects. 3. Avoid Brushing Teeth Within 1 Hour of
Eating Sour Candies. Sugary sweets with food coloring can stain teeth and
trigger sensitivity. 4. Sip Soft Drinks with a Straw. Soft drinks can lead to
acid erosion, thinning enamel and causing teeth to look yellow over time.
Straws can help minimize the drink’s prolonged contact with teeth. 5. Eat Foods that Strengthen Teeth. Cheese, dairy, and foods rich in calcium are great choices.
6. Try Sensodyne Extra Whitening Toothpaste. Sensodyne Extra Whitening
helps remove surface stains for whiter teeth and provides sensitivity relief and
lasting protection when you brush twice every day.