Spring Cleaning Tips
Banana Peel - This tip on how to whiten teeth is simple but very effective. What you need to do here is grab yourself a piece of banana skin and use it to clean your teeth in a circular motion. Do this everyday and within two weeks you should see a clear improvement in the colour of your teeth.
Bar of Soap - Although this teeth whitening remedy sounds a bit gruesome and might not taste too good, it actually does its intended job well. If you brush your teeth regularly with an unscented soap then not only will this make your pearly whites sparkle, but it will remove even more plaque and tartar than your ordinary toothpaste.
Bay Leaves - Dry or powdered bay leaves mixed with orange peel is a good weapon when you're trying to figure out how to whiten teeth. Just rub this mixture on your teeth and rinse.
Healthier Diet - Eating more fruit and vegetables and cutting out fast and processed foods will give you whiter teeth with far less cavities.
Orange Peel - Using orange peel to whiten teeth works pretty much on the same lines as the aforementioned banana peel. Therefore, just rub the peel over your teeth in a circular motion for shiny white teeth.
Sage - Rubbing sage leaves on your teeth will clean your teeth, remove stains and make your breath smell nice. However be careful not to get too much of it on your lips, as it has a tendency to turn your lips red.
Spinach - Eating raw spinach - although may not be appealing to most people - will help remove stains from your teeth, which helps in your efforts to whiten your teeth.
Strawberries - As far as tips go on how to whiten teeth this tip involving strawberries is probably the most appealing. what you need to do here is mash the strawberries up to form a paste, rub on your teeth, leave for 5 minutes (if you can resist not eating the paste) and finally rinse away.
Water - Drinking water regularly, especially after meals will definitely help you in the tooth whitening process. Doing so will help you rinse your mouth out and remove some of the stains, which food leaves behind.
Coffee - Drinking coffee and tea on a regular basis will definitely discolour your teeth, so try to cut down. If you don't want to cut down drink water in between sips to help wash away residual coffee or tea.
Dentist - Visit your dentist at least twice a year to remedy problems before they get out of hand. In addition a good dentist will also give your teeth a proper cleaning when you visit.
Mouthwash - Believe it or not, some mouthwashes will not help you in your efforts on how to whiten teeth. Not only do they contain alcohol, they have been known to stain your teeth too.
Red Wine - Not only does red wine contain loads of sugar and alcohol, it is probably the biggest culprit in staining your teeth. If you don't want to stop drinking wine, why not rinse your mouth out with water after a glass of wine? Or preferably drink the water, this will not only remove the residual wine, but it will reduce dehydration. Alternatively you can drink rose or white wine.
Smoking - As we all know nicotine contains tar and plenty of other chemicals that severely stain your teeth. Therefore one of the best teeth whitening tips I can offer you - if your a smoker - is to cut down or preferably quit altogether, because you will always have a battle on your hands to prevent tooth discolouring.
Sugary Food - This piece of teeth whitening advice is a given. The greater amount of sugary food you consume the bigger risk you have of your teeth decaying, so cut down to make life easier.
I hope you found these tips useful.
To upkeep the effects after you whiten your teeth, you need to maintain oral hygiene.
To ensure you have healthy teeth and gums there are five actions you can undertake.
1)Visit your dentist or hygienist regularly and follow their advice on how best to look after your teeth and gums.
2)Thoroughly brush your teeth twice a day, using clinically proven toothpastes.
3)Use a decent toothbrush that is proven to help remove more plaque from difficult to reach places than an ordinary hard toothbrush. And don't forget to change your toothbrush every three months.
4)Use interdental cleaning aids to remove plaque from in between your teeth.
5)Use an antibacterial mouthwash as recommended by your dentist or hygienist that has been clinically proven to help control plaque and prevent gum disease.
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