Beautiful White Teeth Home Remedy - Don't Pay For White Teeth12 Nov, 2015
Beautiful White Teeth Home Remedy - Don't Pay For White Teeth
There are a lot of easy and quick tips and tricks when it comes to whitening one's teeth at the comfort of one's home in order to achieve that temporary sparkle and shine for your teeth. Obviously, preventing any stains on your teeth in the first place is the best method for keeping one's teeth white. One of the best ways to prevent discoloration is daily intake of water. If one really has to have some coffee, a little fruit juice, or eat a little bit of chocolate, one must quickly wash it down with plenty of water, so that stains aren't given any chance to adhere to the teeth and build up. Common drinking water also contains fluoride, which can reduce stains already building up and reduces the chances of tooth decay.
However, what if one's teeth are already discolored and stained, and are now searching for the best way to make them whiter. One common and simple trick which has been around for years is using a solution made with Baking soda and a little bit of lemon juice. This solution is then simply applied onto one's teeth using a toothbrush. Let it stay on one's teeth for around three minutes. After the time is up, simply wash the solution off by rinsing thoroughly. One must take care not to let the mixture stay in the teeth for a long time, since lemon juice, being highly acidic, can damage one's teeth if it stays longer than 20 minutes.
Another option to try if you want to have whiter teeth is a light-activated bleaching solution. Your teeth can be up to 10 shades whiter just by subjecting yourself to a 60 to 90 minute session where a light-activated bleaching formula which contains 35 percent Hydrogen peroxide will be applied to your teeth. This is more effective, but costs somewhere between 500 to 1,100 dollars.
To make the Peroxide and Baking Soda tooth whitening mixture, you must first place into a cup or glass, two to three teaspoons of baking soda. Add around two teaspoons of peroxide and mix it using a toothbrush until it creates a paste-like substance. Brush this onto your teeth for around two to three minutes, and then rinse thoroughly, making sure to get every bit of solution out of your teeth. After you are through, remember to brush one's teeth as you normally do with your usual toothpaste.