Posted January 05, 2019 04:02:38 I just found out my teeth are whitening.
This is something I’ve been thinking about for a while.
When I was a kid, my teeth were not whitening at all.
It felt like they were always looking down.
I didn’t even know how to take care of them.
They were so dirty.
After some research, I learned that the white spots on my teeth that have been getting bleached or whitening have something to do with the bacteria in my mouth.
What are the symptoms of tooth whitening?
When the bacteria is getting into your teeth, it starts causing inflammation.
That inflammation then causes the plaque that is in the teeth to grow.
The more inflammation in your mouth, the harder it is for your teeth to maintain their natural whiteness.
As you get older, the bacteria gets stronger, and it gets into your mouth more frequently.
You can also see signs of tooth bleaching in the lining of your mouth.
You may see spots of white on your gums or teeth, and this is called a tooth arch.
Sometimes you can see black spots on the top of your gum or tooth, and that’s called a denture.
These can sometimes be the signs of a tooth root infection, which is when the tooth becomes infected.
If you see any of the signs, check your dentist’s office or visit your dentist if you can’t find a dentist.
Do I need to get a second opinion?
A second opinion isn’t necessary.
There are two ways to get your teeth whitened.
One is to use a topical tooth whitener, which can be purchased at most pharmacies and can be applied to your teeth.
Another is to have a dentist do the work for you.
The best option is to go to a dentist, who can apply the whitening cream directly to your mouth without having to touch your teeth with a brush.
Once you’ve finished whitening your teeth and you’re satisfied with the results, you can have your teeth treated with a fluoride toothpaste.
Tooth whitening isn’t a quick fix, but it can be a major step in preventing tooth decay.