Whiten Your Teeth The Natural Way: 5 Must Try Secrets
Everyone likes a bright white smile. That’s why stained and yellow teeth can be a sore subject for people concerned with how the discoloration looks to others. There is hope other than those uncomfortable whitening gels in the drugstore and expensive dentist treatments!
Even though apple cider vinegar is often used around homes as a cleaning agent, there is now evidence showing that consistent use of ACV can help naturally whiten your teeth. Brush your teeth with the apple cider vinegar or swish the cider in your mouth for 3-4 minutes. However, just as other acids, too much can erode your enamel. Be sure, after brushing with the vinegar to brush well a second time with toothpaste. This method takes longer to show results but is well worth the wait.
Have you ever thought that a delicious fruit like strawberries could serve as a teeth whitening agent? Mash up 2-3 medium berries and smear them all over your teeth. Make sure to get all the cracks, sides, and even the backs of your teeth so that your teeth can be whitened evenly. Leave them for 5-10 minutes then rinse well after.
Another acidic option to helping naturally whiten your teeth, rubbing lemon or orange peels on your teeth has been shown to increase whiteness. But, be careful, just as with vinegar the acid can erode enamel. These peels are also great for increasing saliva production which can help prevent stains and help wash away harmful debris.
Coconut oil is said to have many health factors, being healthier than other oils for cooking, good for you skin, and now even for your teeth! Brush with the oil, swish it around in your mouth for 5-10 minutes (it has a very low melting point), or use a cloth to rub the oil on your teeth. You can leave the coconut oil on without further rinsing.
Baking Soda And Peroxide
This is one of the most popular at home whitening methods, peroxide and baking soda can lift deep stains where over-the-counter whitening strips only get surface stains. With this method, however, you must follow few important rules. Baking soda can be very gritty and rub your enamel off, so make sure when making your paste it is not gritty. Your peroxide and baking soda mix should be smooth and runnier than toothpaste. Brush all over and do not rinse.
These 5 little secrets will change the way you think about teeth whitening. Get that beautiful white smile you’ve always wanted with these 5 little secrets.
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