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Free Teeth Whitening

By Edited Apr 30, 2015 0 1

Is there a good system for free teeth whitening? Well, good may be relative, but free options abound in your kitchen and bathroom. A word of warning though these home tooth whitening methods are not approved by the ADA and use mild acids which may harm tooth enamel over time. For safer tooth whitening, consider using free samples or trial offers of commercially prepared tooth whitening systems.

Home Tooth Whitening Methods for Free

These home remedies for teeth whitening have been used for years, with varying success and using acid bases. Beware that acidy foods can harm tooth enamel with regular use.

Lemon Juice and Salt Tooth Whitener

Mix one part lemon juice and one part salt to form a paste. Scrub onto teeth, rinse and brush with toothpaste as usual.

Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide Tooth Whitener

Mix equal parts of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to form a bubbly paste. Brush teeth with paste, rinse, and brush again with toothpaste.

Salt, Baking Soda and Peroxide Tooth Whitener

Mix equal parts of all ingredients together, and use as a toothpaste. The salt in the toothpaste gives some extra abrasiveness and will help to lift the surface stains on your teeth. Rinse mouth when you are done, and brush again with toothpaste as usual.

Citrus Rind Rubs

Citrus fruits like orange and lemon also contain mild acids which will bleach the surface of the tooth slightly over time. Read warnings above about the hazards of acids and tooth enamel.

Baking Soda and Cinnamon Toothpaste

Again, baking soda is helpful in whitening teeth, while cinnamon seems to reduce the growth of bacterial plaques in your mouth.

If this list of home remedies looks familliar to you, it should. These free tooth whitening home remedies have been around for years and are well known to those who want to get a brighter smile without the cost associated with in office procedures. In fact, they have been widely written on in the past.

Although all of the above are particularly helpful in whitening teeth for free, although they may not be the best tooth whitening options. The truth is that some have risks, and some have only minimal rewards for the effort. Another way to get a briter smile is with an ADA approved tooth whitening system. Try to get free samples offered by each company making tooth whiteners. While the offers tend to come and go, there are often offers available for one brand or another. You should not over look this option if you get a free system.

If you just want to try the system out and don't like the cost, there are almost always $5 off coupons in the Sunday paper, which make the products around ten bucks each. Remember that you can try them out for free and if they don't work well on your teeth, you can always ask for a refund.

There are free teeth whitening systems available out there, but in my opinion risking your teeth is not worth the effort to save a few bucks.



Sep 3, 2009 3:55am
Great tips. They seem so familiar...
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