What to avoid for a whiter smile: Compounds called chromogens give certain foods and drinks their strong color, and which can contribute to teeth staining. Foods and drinks containing a substance called tannin can also make your teeth much more susceptible to staining. High acidity foods can also contribute to enamel erosion, increasing the chances of stains setting in. This enamel erosion can also reveal the yellower dentin that lies beneath our whiter enamel. In general, if something could stain your clothes or your tongue, the chances are it’s also going to stain your teeth. Some of the biggest smile saboteurs are black coffee, tea – especially green tea, turmeric, balsamic vinegar, red wine.
I used to visit Dr. Rostami back in Arizona few years ago. I was on my business trip in Toronto last week and all of a sudden before my meeting one of my front teeth filling came out while I was flossing, shocked and didn’t know what to do, thanks god I remembered my Canadian dentist back in Mesa, couple of minutes search in the Internet I looked her up and she saw me the same day. I just want to say how I appreciated your help and we all in Arizona have missed you doc.
Thank you very much! It was so easy to recommend your office to my husband. My family had seen Rita Rostami for years and now Rita Rostami is really great! Anytime someone I know needs a dentist, I’ll refer them to you. Thank you again,
I wanted to let you know how much I appreciated you getting me in on such short notice. Your compassion and understanding has contributed to my strength. Lorrie and the rest of your staff take the steps to make me feel comfortable and at ease. I look forward to seeing you at my treatments