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Ways To Whiten Your Teeth

by Gilly Brewster
(Burbank, California, USA)

Before you try something more drastic, give these simple little tips a try. You might find that your teeth are white than you ever imagined.

• Brush teeth after every meal. You would be amazed at how many people think that once a day is enough.

• Use baking soda twice a month to help remove any stains buildup. This advice is straight from my dentist.

• Keep an eye on your toothbrush. It can’t do its job if it is worn out. It might sound obvious, but you have no idea how many people hold on to the same old brush. If you think about it, it is almost impossible to brush away film that hides your white teeth, with a brush that has worn out bristles.

• Lemon peel massaged over the teeth is often used for whitening. Rinse thoroughly.

• Avoid smoking. This is one of the quickest ways of turning white teeth yellow.

• Floss at least once a day. Stains can easily form between teeth.

• Avoid coffee and red wine as much as possible. Both will quickly stain your teeth.

• Keep an eye on your toothbrush. It can’t do its job if it is worn out. It might sound obvious, but you have no idea how many people hold on to the same old brush. If you think about it, it is almost impossible to brush away film that hides your white teeth, with a brush that has worn out bristles.

• Strawberries have a natural bleaching effect and are loaded with Vitamin C, so you simply can’t lose. Rub the pulp over your teeth and then rinse.

• Have your teeth professionally cleaned once a year. Your teeth will feel so much cleaner. Makes you wonder about the rest of the time

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Updated: January 18, 2014 — 11:08 pm

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