Goodbye Yellow Teeth | 5 Best Ways To Whiten Your Teeth

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Mili Joseph
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Change in the color of your teeth happens slowly. Those yellow-colored teeth are certain. Do you know that your teeth can turn more yellow or even darker especially when you age? When the outer enamel wears off, the yellow dentin appears more. Basically, dentin is the second-most layer of the calcified tissue under the outside enamel layer.

Are you looking to whiten your teeth? If yes, then you will be happy to know that there are numerous alternatives to all those conventional ways. One should be careful when whitening teeth at home as you can damage your teeth in case any product is used incorrectly or for too much time. Do not end up wearing off too much of your enamel that can result in sensitivity and even cavities.

However, it is always best to rely on some treatments & follow them weekly. All the ways mentioned below are proven to be useful by anecdotal reports.

1. Baking Soda with Hydrogen Peroxide 

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You can use a paste of baking soda & hydrogen peroxide to remove plaque as well as bacteria that result in stains. Making a paste is really easy!! You just have to mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda along with 2 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide. Wash your mouth properly using water after using this paste. The same ratio of ingredients can also be used to make a mouthwash. One can easily purchase both baking soda and hydrogen peroxide online but if you do not want to then you can also purchase toothpaste having baking soda & peroxide to get rid of tooth stains as well as to whiten your teeth. You can use this paste daily for the best results!

2. Coconut Oil Pulling 

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Coconut Oil Pulling removes both plaque & bacteria from your mouth, This helps to whiten your teeth. Make sure that you always shop for organic and high-quality oil with zero harmful ingredients. You just need to 1-2 teaspoons of liquid coconut oil into your mouth for nearly 10-30 min. Do not let the oil touch your back of the throat. Keep in mind that you do not swallow the oil even by mistake as it will have toxins & bacteria from your mouth. Spit it and wash your mouth with water & then drink a full glass of water. After some time you can brush your teeth. A study also proved that oil pulling with sesame oil as well as sunflower oil cut down gingivitis that is caused by plaque. This method will give a whitening effect on your teeth. 

3. Apple Cigar Vinegar 

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Apple cider vinegar is used in very small amounts in order to whiten the teeth. You can make a mouthwash by mixing two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar along with 6 ounces of water. Then, swish the solution for 30 seconds. Then, wash your mouth using water & brush your teeth. Research published in 2014 reported that apple vinegar holds a bleaching effect on cow teeth. But you should note that this will has the potential to result in damage to the hardness & surface structure of teeth. Hence, utilize it with caution, as well as only use it for a short period of time. 

4. Peels of Banana, Orange, and Lemon 

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Most people suggest that rubbing peels of lemons, oranges, or even banana can make the yellow teeth whiter. It is also believed that the compound d-limonene and/or citric acid, which is found in some citrus fruit peels help to whiten the teeth. All you need to do is to slowly rub the fruit peels on your teeth for nearly 2 min. Always rinse out your mouth thoroughly as well as brush your teeth afterward.

5. Activated Charcoal 

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Normally, activated charcoal removes stains from the teeth. It is also believed that charcoal removes pigments as well as stains from one’s teeth as it is very much absorbent. It will also help you to get rid of bacteria and even toxins in the mouth.

Just open a capsule of activated charcoal & put the contents on your toothbrush. Now, you slowly brush your teeth. Always be careful in the area around your gums as it can be abrasive if your teeth are sensitive or else you need to limit the abrasiveness of the charcoal, then you can dab a little on your teeth and leave it on for 2 minutes.

With white teeth, make a smile your signature accessory!!!