5 Ways To Whiten Teeth Naturally

  • Posted on: May 29 2015

Everyone knows the best way to get a white smile is to take care of your teeth and to have a dentist perform a professional whitening procedure. These procedures are safe and affective and usually last for several months. If you are looking for a way to keep your smile white in between visits to your dentist or just want a more natural way to whiten your teeth, consider one of these easy methods.

Baking Soda

Baking soda can take stains our of your laundry and also your teeth. It has the ability to absorb stains from a surface and you can use it do remove the surface stains from your teeth. Simply mix a small amount of baking soda with water to create a paste. Use it as you would use your normal tooth paste to see results.

Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen Peroxide is used in many whitening toothpastes and mouthwashes and is great at whitening teeth. Simply use it to rinse with after or before brushing and you will notice a whiter smile in just a few days.

Coconut Oil

Oil pulling has been around since ancient times and is a great way to keep you mouth clean and healthy and your smile white. Simply use a small amount of coconut oil as a mouth wash and rinse it around for 5 to 10 minutes. It can also help keep your gums healthy.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar removes surface stains from your teeth and can used in place of mouth wash. It does take a few weeks for you to see results with apple cider vinegar, but this method is an affordable and safe. way to whiten your teeth.

Citrus Peels

By rubbing citrus peels on your teeth you can whiten them. Citrus peels can contain a lot of acid, which can harm to enamel on your teeth. For this reason, you should only use citrus peels sparingly and always brush and rinse after using them to remove any acid.

If you want a white smile, talk to your dentist about the whitening procedure available. You can also use these natural and easy methods of whitening teeth to keep your smile looking bright and sparkling in between dental appointments.

 

 

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