7 Tools to Whiten Your Teeth

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tips to whiten your teeth

I know most of you; I included, love to admire a beautifully white smile and are searching for the best ways to whiten your teeth that actually work! Teeth are the prominent part of our body. When we talk to someone it prominent as well.  Professional whitening products can be expensive, especially if they are used at a dental office by a professional. However, there are plenty of other affordable options out there that are just as effective. Listed below are some of the best ways to whiten your teeth as well as preventive measures that keep them looking their best all the time!

Brush Daily

Whitening teeth
teeth whitening tips

Brushing teeth daily is a very healthy activity. The number one most vital way to maintain a healthy smile is to brush and floss your teeth daily. Sugars and food residue cause plaque build-up which not only lead to yellowing teeth, but cause damage to the enamel and increase your risk of oral diseases. If it is a whiter smile you desire, you must first start with a routine of regular oral health for strong, healthy teeth! This is one of the best ways to whiten your teeth and keep them white and bright.

Avoid Staining Food

Whitening teeth
Tips to whitening teeth

Over time, food and drink with dark colors, tannins and potent spices can leave your teeth stained and looking generally dull. With that being said, whitening products DO last a long time with proper care and management and avoiding foods that stain as much as possible. If you can’t avoid them, a good option is to brush right after or chew a stick of gum which will prevent staining.

Use Mouth Wash

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Whitening teeth tips

Mouthwash is also important for oral health because it kills the bad bacteria between your teeth which even flossing can miss. It also rids your mouth of bad breath and protects your teeth from cavities. To keep your smile whiter and brighter, opt for a mouthwash that has advanced whitening as well as other dental benefits.

White Strips

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Tricks to whiten teeth

White Strips, particularly the one hour whitening system, works amazingly. The strips themselves are so convenient; you just place them on your teeth and throw them away after. They also give lasting results- as in YEARS. The only downside is that they leave your teeth and gums extremely sensitive. This product does work well though and I would recommend it for people who don’t have sensitive teeth!

Activated Charcoal

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Charcoal for whitening teeth

I have recently come across this method for teeth whitening and would be interested to see if it actually works. Activated charcoal is used to absorb impurities, often times in an emergency situation for the treatment of drugs and alcohol. It’s also a great hangover cure, if you are ever in need of one. Charcoal is attracted to tannins, the stuff that stains your teeth in wine, coffee and tea but not the calcium in your teeth. You can buy them in capsule form and either makes a paste or”sludge” and see if it works for you!

Oil Pulling

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Oil pulling for white teeth

Oil Pulling is a traditional Ayurvedic remedy that has recently gained a lot of popularity. It basically consists of swishing oils, like coconut oil, in your mouth for 20 minutes while it “pulls” bacteria and other organisms out of your mouth and throat while leaving your teeth whiter and brighter. Some claim that it acts as a body detoxifier, drawing up toxins from your body and trapping them in the oil. This is unfortunately not possible, as amazing as it sounds. It is though, a good method for improving your oral health and whitening your teeth if you can stand swooshing for 20 whole minutes! The best part is that it’s extremely affordable.

All of these methods for whitening and maintaining a bright smile have gotten quite a few positive reviews. I would like if you appreciate this useful information.

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