In these unprecedented times due to COVID-19 we are listening to the latest advice from the government and their health specialists. We are continuing to work in these challenging times so that we can serve the needs of our customers.
Please note that we are receiving a particularly high volume of orders, enquiries, telephone calls and emails. We are working exceptionally hard to process orders and respond to customer enquiries as quickly as possible. Unfortunately it is currently taking a little longer to process and dispatch orders than usual, so please allow 2-3 working days for shipment.
Please also note that postal services and couriers are experiencing similar challenges so please allow longer delivery times than usual. We would be grateful if you can be patient and not contact us regarding your order before these times are up so we can reduce the pressure on our customer service team.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
If you have symptoms of coronavirus stay at home and self-isolate for 10 days.
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Keep well and stay safe.
|Stained or discoloured teeth can occur for various reasons. The most common cause of tooth staining is by certain foods and drinks such as red wine, tea, coffee, fruit juice and fizzy drinks. However, most types of food will stain if teeth are not brushed properly or regularly.
The natural colour of teeth is not actually white. It varies between a light yellow and greyish white. This is because tooth enamel is semi-transparent and so your natural tooth shade will depend on the colour of the underlying dentin, which is not pure white as we are often lead to believe in the media.