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At home teeth whitening - Home remedies for whiter teeth

By Edited Feb 15, 2016 2 2

There's nothing like a beautiful white smile. Whiter teeth can make a difference in someone's appearance. Teeth cleaning is obviously important in getting whiter teeth. At home teeth whitening remedies can be effective. Although, I wouldn't suggest not getting an oral cleanup from your dentist. A good dental cleaning helps in maintaining whiter teeth. You don't want just whiter teeth, but healthier teeth. You want to prevent gingivitis, plague, tartar and teeth stains.

Most times teeth problems occur from poor hygiene. However, a lot of foods or substances can contribute to poor teeth. First thing is you want to eliminate smoking and drinking large amounts of alcohol. Especially when drinking a lot of red wines, that can lead to stained teeth. It may be hard to eliminate some things. It will be important to maintain a better hygiene of your teeth.

Tartar stains on teeth come from smoking. You should make the effort to quit smoking. Smoking and whiter teeth really don't go hand-to-hand. If you quit smoking, this is one of the easier way to get whiter teeth. Prevention is just as important for getting whiter teeth. There might be home remedies, or dentist that can remove teeth stains and provide whiter teeth. However, if you still apply poor oral health, stains, gingivitis, plague, and tartar will come back quite fast.

Maintain a better oral hygiene by brushing three times a day. Always floss your teeth and use a good mouthwash that kills gingivitis, plague, and helps prevent stains. A really good toothpaste to use is called arm and hammer. It contains baking soda and peroxide. It will not only help whiten teeth, but help prevent teeth stains as well. It's a recommended toothpaste to use.

When it comes to brushing, let's go over the technique. You'll find a lot of people don't brush the right way. First off, you shouldn't brush your teeth for 20 seconds. That is not how you'll maintain a good oral hygiene. A good brush should take 2-3 minutes. Apply toothpaste onto the brush. Without adding water, just the toothpaste. Brush the back of you mouth, gums, and the backside of your teeth. Brush through, then apply water. Then rinse. Don't dilute the toothpaste with water, when brushing first.

Baking soda can be quite effective in removing stains and getting whiter teeth. Why not baking soda? It removes just about any stain you can think of and its safe to use. Baking soda can help rebuild your enamel. It can prevent plague buildup. Sprinkle baking soda on your toothpaste.

Mixing baking soda and peroxide can help whiten teeth. Peroxide whitens naturally. You can apply a mixture of peroxide, with baking soda. Enough to make a paste. Brush your teeth with the mixed paste, then leave in there for about 5 minutes (don't swallow). Then spit and rinse. Peroxide might cause inflammation to the gums. If it does, then don't use it again. Don't do this everyday.

Try using whitestrips. Crest whitestrips can have successful effects on whitening teeth. Whitestrips should remain in your mouth for 30 minutes, twice a day. A lot of people have had success using whitestrips. They're safe to use and recommended by a lot of dentists. If you really can't afford a dentist, then using this method might help in whitening teeth.

Go to a dentist for dental bleaching. Sometimes people can't always afford a dentist, but this is recommended first. Professional dental bleaching will definitely help whiten your teeth. I know the dentist might seem scary, but it really isn't that bad. You're better trusting your teeth with a professional.



Feb 21, 2010 4:50pm
Good tips on whiter teeth as well as some good dental hygiene tips!
Apr 19, 2010 4:04pm
thank you for the great tips.
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