So far, our blog has mostly been about avoiding certain foods or liquids or chemical bleaching of discolored or dark teeth. But there is another way to make your teeth look whiter. In order to fully understand this method, we need to delve into color theory. Anyone who has ever painted or dealt with color knows that contrast can have a powerful impact on color perception. It's the same with white teeth.
White teeth have always been considered a beauty feature and are important for the first impression. Among other things, those who have white teeth have no inhibitions about laughing and can also increase their self-confidence. Happy people tend to do better in large groups and with other people. Because of this, happier people have a better chance of entering into romantic relationships and being more sexually active.
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Today we will give an overview of a previously unmentioned bleaching technique, the so-called "walking bleach" technique. This is the third most widely used method of aesthetic teeth whitening, along with the overall whitening of teeth using home bleaching or in-office bleaching.
White teeth are a beauty ideal. Many models, well-known actors and other public figures have white teeth. One of the consequences of this is that many people also want to have white teeth. We automatically and more or less consciously associate them with attractiveness, success and fame. Traits that most of us aspire to in one form or another. Very few people know, however, that such white teeth require either a great deal of discipline or a lengthy and expensive procedure by the treating dentist.
Teeth are an integral part of our lives and are present almost from the beginning. Most people have milk teeth that fall out at some point in their lives and come back as permanent teeth. A lot happens to the teeth in the course of life, from cavities and operations to tooth decay and tartar. No wonder, then, that the natural color of teeth darkens over time, shading from white to yellow or grey. While this may not be as noticeable in early adolescence and adult life, there are often many complaints and insecurities about yellow teeth, especially in young adulthood.
White teeth are a beauty ideal that stands for self-confidence and success. No wonder many successful actors, models and public figures have sparkling white teeth. White teeth make you look fit and healthy. But how does tooth color actually relate to dental health? You will find out in this article.
Again and again one reads in various forums and experience reports of pain-sensitive teeth after the use of tooth whitening agents. Some users report increased sensitivity and a strange feeling in the mouth. Surely you have already asked yourself whether these unsightly side effects can also occur with OnlySmile products.
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Toothpaste and brushing your teeth have become an integral part of our everyday lives. There is a wealth of different toothpastes on the market, which are manufactured for a wide variety of purposes.
Today we take a closer look at the ingredients of toothpaste and also take a look at the effect of the individual ingredients. The INCI designations (International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredients) are in brackets after the German names, as they are usually also found on the toothpastes.
The achromatic color white has a very special meaning at OnlySmile. After all, our customers' teeth should also be white and healthy. It is high time that we took a closer look at the color white and explore how it comes about and why it has a special meaning in almost all cultures.