Take one tablespoon of baking soda and mix it in with tooth powder from the pharmacy, and brush your teeth with it once a month. It will make your teeth pearly white, and also is more effective in removing calculus from your teeth, so you get a real two for one deal by using this solution.
Mah one strawberry up with a fork, and add half a teaspoon of baking powder. Apply it to the tooth surface with a soft toothbrush, brush just a little bit, and let it sit on your teeth for 5-10 minutes before rinsing it off.
Use it in the same way you would use baking soda. A teaspoon of sea salt mixed with tooth powder used once a week will whiten your teeth significantly, and the seas salt also has antibacterial properties, and fights the formation of calculus as well.
The soft, white insides of the orange peel contains high concentrations of fibers and antioxidants- especially flavonoids- and can also whiten your teeth, too. Peel an orange, then brush the insides against your teeth gently.
Apple vinegar is naturally acidic, making it a perfect tooth whitening product. The best way to use it is to dilute the vinegar in warm water, in about a 1:1 ratio, and use that instead of mouthwash every night after you brush your teeth.
Citric acid, the main component in lemons, can damage your enamel, and it also leaches calcium, so only use lemons for whitening rarely, and be very circumspect when using it. Dissolve the juice of a lemon in two deciliters of water, and rinse your mouth with it for a few minutes.
Celery is not only healthy, but eating it will guarantee a brighter, whiter smile as well. This crunchy vegetable not only actively fights bacterial agents, but also increases the production of saliva, and thus keeps teeth from becoming stained. After eating a meal, just chew on a stalk of celery, this will ensure that your lunch does not stain your teeth.
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