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Listerine Stay White Mouthwash - Arctic Mint 95ml
- Only 30 seconds of rinsing, twice a day
- Contains zinc chloride to help prevent tartar
- Works in hard to reach places.
- Reduces plaque below the gumline
- 12hr germ protection
- Provide up to 24-hour fresh breath protection
- Helps prevent tartar build up to keep teeth naturally white
Listerine Total Care Stay White mouthwash is proven to maintain and keep teeth naturally white and protects against stains by preventing tartar build up.
Listerine's unique formula kills up to 97% of plaque and bad breath causing germs left behind after brushing.
Total Care Stay White is proven to provide 10-in-1 benefits with just 30 seconds of rinsing, twice a day.. Used twice daily, LISTERINE Total Care Stay White is proven to work in 10 ways to maintain a clean and healthy mouth:
1. 12hr germ protection - Germ protection to help maintain oral hygiene.
2. Works below gum line - Reduces plaque below the gumline.
3. Cleans between teeth - Works in hard to reach places.
4. Strengthens enamel - Contains fluoride to help strengthen teeth.
5. Helps prevent tartar - Contains zinc chloride to help prevent tartar.
6. Gum protection - Helps kill plaque causing germs to keep gums healthy.
7. Cavity protection - Strengthens tooth enamel to protect against decay.
8. Reduces plaque - Reduces plaque by up to 56% more than brushing alone.
9. Keeps teeth naturally white - Helps prevent tartar build up to keep teeth naturally white.
10. Freshens breath - Helps provide up to 24-hour fresh breath protection.
Foods and drinks for healthy, white teeth
Try supplementing your diet with the following foods. Not only do they offer you nutritional benefits, but they also help keep your teeth white.
Sugar-free chewing gum
It’s one of those things that requires a lot of chewing – and that’s a good thing for your teeth. The more you chew the gum, the more saliva you produce. And saliva is a natural cleanser for your teeth by helping to neutralise acids in the mouth.
Despite being acidic, citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons and grapefruit increase saliva flow. In fact, research shows that these foods tend to protect tooth enamel. Because citrus fruit contains a lot of water, it also helps wash away acid-producing bacteria.
Dairy products, such as cheese, yogurt and milk, contain the enamel-fortifying mineral calcium, which strengthen teeth to protect enamel from erosion. Chewing on cheese also prompts production of saliva, which washes away staining food particles.
The best thirst quencher is also the smartest choice for your teeth. Water helps wash acid-producing foods from the mouth, which may therefore help reduce cavity risk.
Good news - substances found in cocoa appear to dampen inflammation and may help protect against erosion and decay. Despite chocolate containing sugar, it doesn’t seem to increase the risk of cavities compared to other snacks like cookies, crisps, and sweets. Dark chocolate is the best choice, since it contains less sugar than milk chocolate.
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Are Teeth Naturally White?
Teeth are not naturally white. They are a pearly shade that, as we age, gradually turns more yellow. You see this first when a baby’s white teeth are replaced by permanent teeth that are, by nature, more yellow in colour. As we get older, the outer layer of enamel on the teeth wears down and exposes the dentin layer of the teeth, which is more yellow.
Can My Dentures Yellow Over Time?
Yes, false teeth can absolutely stain and turn colours over time. This is especially true if you smoke, or drink a lot of tea, coffee or red wine. Avoid this scenario by maintaining stellar oral hygiene even when your teeth are false, and brush and soak your dentures regularly while also following the proper steps to clean your dentures.
Reasons for yellow teeth
Yellowing can happen gradually, it can easily go overlooked. And while it may be disheartening and confidence-shattering to feel like you’ve lost your best accessory—your bright, white smile—you can get it back. For starters, be aware of what causes yellowing, and how you can avoid or limit exposure to those things.
1. Getting Older
Your teeth can also start yellowing as a natural part of the aging process. This happens as the strong, white protective coating on teeth, known as enamel, fades over time because of everyday wear and tear on your teeth, which reveals the natural colour of dentin.
Tobacco products, from cigarettes and pipe smoke, stain teeth. These products, with continuous use, will darken your teeth over time.
3. Lack of Oral Hygiene
When you do not routinely brush, floss and rinse your mouth to remove plaque build-up, this can hasten the discoloration of your teeth.
Certain medications, such as the antibiotics doxycycline and tetracycline, can darken the teeth of children younger than 8 years old. Some antihistamines, drugs for high blood pressure and antipsychotic medications can also stain adult teeth. Go over any such potential side effects of the medications you are currently, or may start, taking with your physician.
A less common cause of tooth discoloration can be either a disease that affects enamel, or the treatment of a disease, such as chemotherapy and/or radiation used to treat cancer. In this case, the discoloration is more of a brownish colour.
6. The Yellow Is in Your Genes
It also may be possible that you inherited enamel that is more yellow than that of other people whose genes differ. If you notice your teeth are more yellow than you’d like, you can fix the issue by using any number of whitening strips, toothpastes and LISTERINE® Advanced White to help restore your bright smile.
Before using any oral products, it is important to read the information and follow the instructions on the package.
- Do not use it, if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, our Rightdose pharmacists or nurse.
- Not suitable for use in children under 12 years.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
Store at room temperature. Do not store above 25ºC. Store in the original package.
FOODS TO AVOID TO KEEP TEETH NATURALLY WHITE
We’ve all been there. We eat something a dark shade of purple, and the next time we look in the mirror, our teeth and tongue are coated in colour. Scan this list of top foods and drinks known to discolour teeth.
From blueberries to raspberries, all those berries can stain your teeth. This is not a reason to avoid eating these potent, antioxidant-packed superfoods. Just be sure to rinse with water after popping the juicy fruits in your mouth.
Yes, red wine is a known offender — but did you know that white wine can also lead to tooth discolouration? One way to help prevent staining caused by wine, as well as other drinks, is to use LISTERINE® Advanced White.
This sugary, dark condiment with potent spices, like curry, cumin and turmeric, can stain your teeth over time. Just be sure to maintain a good oral care routine morning and evening. You can also drink water to flush away tooth-staining food particles.
You don’t have to quit your caffeine habit just because it stains your teeth—try and use a straw when sipping down the dark liquid, as this way, the liquid doesn’t go near the visible front surfaces of your teeth.
With or without sugar, some fizzy drinks can discolour your teeth. Try to avoid these to help prevent tooth discolouration.
Listerine is especially effective when used daily morning and night when used as part of your oral health care routine. It is recommended to use Listerine mouthwash twice a day after brushing.
Pour 20ml (4 x 5ml teaspoonfuls) into a glass, rinse around teeth and gums for 30 seconds, then spit out.
- If you swallowed mouthwash accidentally, please seek advice from your healthcare professional.
You can find the expiration date printed on the back of:
Listerine Advanced Defence Gum Treatment, Listerine Advanced Defence Sensitive
All other Listerine products are safe for use up to 12 months after opening.
- Do not use it if allergic to any of the ingredients.
- Stop use and ask the dentist if oral irritation occurs.
Although oral hygiene is important, we have not studied the effects of Listerine use whilst pregnant. Before using any product whilst pregnant, we would advise that you seek advice from your doctor, midwife or dentist.
- Listerine mouthwashes do not contain sugars. They do however contain artificial sweeteners.
- Most Listerine mouthwashes contain fluoride.
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
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