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#1 of 13 Old 07-13-2016, 03:10 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi, I'm a mother of a 14 year old girl. My daughter has a coffee-stained teeth, and it is very embarrassing to see her smile with those brown teeth. She used to brush her teeth roughly. I think that has caused the enamel to erode and now her teeths appear to be dark brown in color even after having a single cup of coffee a day. I took her to a dentist at Clearbrook dental in Ontario and he asked to do teeth whitening. But I'm in a confusion whether girls at such a young age can do teeth whitening? Will there be any side effects? Do you guys have any idea regarding this matter?
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#2 of 13 Old 08-26-2016, 06:45 AM
 
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You can use natural remedies for teeth whitening.
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Use home remedies.
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I think taking your dentist guidance will surely help you. If you avoid now it will become problem when your child grow up. So, it will be good to take necessary action now.
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Is the OP asking a legitimate question or subtly advertising a business/service?

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I think you should listen to the dentist. White teeth will help your daughter more confident
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I think you should try some home remedies and if that doesn't help then take her to the dentist.
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I still think this OP is spam, but if anyone is thinking of whitening, please do it in-office. They can block out your gums for protection. Even with custom trays, peroxide can burn your gums very badly. Pay the extra money and let the professionals do it.

If you want to whiten at-home, skip peroxide gels and do coconut oil pulling and brush your teeth with activated charcoal powder (in the shower...trust me on that!) Don't try to use lemon juice because the acidity will erode your enamel.

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why is a 14 year old getting coffee in the first place?
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I think it would be best to use home remedies.
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why is a 14 year old getting coffee in the first place?
Why shouldn't a 14 year drink coffee? It is a wonder food full of antioxidants and polyphenols. Drinking coffee lowers risks of many chronic diseases. Every child who likes the taste should be allowed to drink coffee.

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Hi, I'm a mother of a 14 year old girl. My daughter has a coffee-stained teeth, and it is very embarrassing to see her smile with those brown teeth. She used to brush her teeth roughly. I think that has caused the enamel to erode and now her teeths appear to be dark brown in color even after having a single cup of coffee a day. I took her to a dentist at Clearbrook dental in Ontario and he asked to do teeth whitening. But I'm in a confusion whether girls at such a young age can do teeth whitening? Will there be any side effects? Do you guys have any idea regarding this matter?
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There is actually a home teeth whitening kit that I use and recommend. You can check out at Whitewithstyle.com
You can type on Youtube, there are people doing reviews on the product, and they give discount codes for you to use when purchasing the product which gets the price to like 20 or so bucks. It`s amazing, great value!

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