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Cheapest Way I Used to whiten my teeth

August 13th, 2013 at 10:00 am

There is a time when my teeth got very brown as I was drinking a lot of coffee.
I visited a dentist and he gave me a quotation which blew my hair off.
I decided to go to a Natural Health Medicine Shop to ask how I could whiten my teeth naturally.I really did not have money not even a half of the quotation the dentist gave me.
I was lucky to ask a lady in this store who has actually tried these methods.I tried all of them once and I really got good results.
These are the tips:
1.She sold me activated charcoal in powder and told me to use it for brushing with my tooth brush.You can also get it in capsule form.It can also be bought online.
2.She also advised me to peel an orange and use the inside part to rub on my teeth.
3.She also advised me to use baking soda mixed with coconut oil.Some people, understand ,mixes baking soda with any toothpaste.
4.She also told me to eat apples more often.
5.I was always brushing my teeth twice a day and that was also her advice.

I applied all of them as they were cheap as compared to the dentist fees.My teeth became whiter and whiter.
I thought that in this economic crisis,this could be an experience to share.Some medical schemes do not pay for dental cosmetics.

3 Responses to “Cheapest Way I Used to whiten my teeth”

  1. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Interesting. The charcoal powder and the baking soda both sound a little too abrasive for regular use. I do, however, use baking soda occasionally. Tea stains my tea far worse than coffee. Urr--I should go brush now.

  2. Jazzmint98 Says:

    JOA, that is correct. As a dental professional, I wouldn't recommend charcoal powder or baking as a regular whitening regimen. In fact, most agents that whiten teeth the best are not those that are merely rinsed off just like toothpastes that claim to whiten teeth. The whitening agent must adhere to the tooth surface for a set amount of time to achieve the best results--like whitening strips or bleaching gel trays--for intrinsic staining.

  3. Jazzmint98 Says:

    JOA, that is correct. As a dental professional, I wouldn't recommend charcoal powder or baking soda as a regular whitening regimen. In fact, most agents that whiten teeth the best are not those that are merely rinsed off just like toothpastes that claim to whiten teeth. The whitening agent must adhere to the tooth surface for a set amount of time to achieve the best results--like whitening strips or bleaching gel trays--for intrinsic staining.

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