Brushing with baking soda is a great natural way to whiten your teeth. This method removes all the stains and kills the bacteria that causes bad breath. Using baking soda for tooth whitening may irritate your gums so it is recommended to add a little salt and remember not to brush too hard. Peroxide is a also a great tooth whitener and safe to use as long as you don’t swallow it.
Crushing up a strawberry and mixing it with baking soda is supposed to really make a difference in your smile. If you leave it on for five minutes and then brush regularly after you rinse it off, you should see a whiter smile. Unlike using hydrogen peroxide or just baking soda, you can do this every week because it is less harsh on your enamal.
clean your teeth with toothpaste and use mouth wash
One problem witha lot of teeth whitening is the amount of acid in the various remedies. This includes (sorry mcoffey) strawberries. While they will absolutely whiten your teeth the acid can destroy enamel and the seeds can be abrasive. Mixing it with baking soda would be a must if you go this route. Hydrogen peroxide is another way to whiten teeth naturally ; it isn’t pleasant, though it is safe. Baking soda is also a great alternative
Probably one of the most natural ways is to rinse your mouth ou with water. Some tap water also has flouride in it, which helps to clean your teeth. Water can help clear out food stuck in your teeth that would otherwise cause decay and tarter build up.
I was told by my dentist to avoid toothpastes with baking soda because it is an abrasive and strips the enamel from your teeth over time. Using plain baking soda is much better than using a toothpaste with baking soda in it, however. Straight baking soda cleans on the surface as an abrasive and does not strip deeply into enamel. One way to have a whiter smile is to avoid consuming things that will stain your teeth, such as red wine, tea, and smoking. I personally like to use Tom’s of Maine toothpaste. It has mostly natural ingredients that haven’t been tested on animals.
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