Commonly, children will notice that their permanent teeth don’t look as white as their baby teeth did. This, however, does not mean that your adult teeth are becoming yellow; baby teeth tend to be whiter than the permanent ones. It is normal for a child to desire pearly whites, especially if the parents are used to whitening their teeth. It could also be a case of the desire to increase their self-esteem or to simply enhance their looks. You might be asking yourself – is tooth whitening recommended for children and teens. Well, there are various factors to consider.
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