7 Powerful Tips For White Teeth

Whiten Your Teeth

I thought I'd let you into a little secret. A simple and effective way of whitening your teeth.
Actually, it is pretty easy to whiten your teeth in the short term, from salt, chalk and charcoal, from baking soda to hydrated silica - all these substances whiten teeth. They "whiten" by removing the top layer of your tooth and exposing a new cleaner layer.
The problem however, is that they do so at the long term expense of your teeth health by "grating" or "sand-papering" away the protective enamel that surrounds the dentin of each tooth. This strategy may be useful as a periodic routine to give a whiter smile, but should not be used too regularly, for our teeth will become thinner, more fragile, structurally weaker and less immune to cavities.
The solution for a daily whitening routine is simple: Oil pulling is a oral practice that dates back to the early ancestry of Ayurvedic medicine.
Much has been documented regarding its effect not just on oral health but on the improvements it can impart to the entire body, it truly is a hidden gem. But in simple regards to teeth whitening Oil Pulling does 4 things:
1) It helps to pull out toxins from the gums which can stain teeth.
2) It assists in expelling mucous and phelgm which can contribute to staining around the gum line.
3) It helps to remove deeply embedded debris that have been secretly lodged in between teeth and the gum line.
4) AND most importantly (hence the bold): the lipids of the oil help to literally draw out many of the stains in the enamel, which can not be washed out by water alone. This is becuase many stains are fat soluble only, that means they are unlikley to be removed, unless oil is present to extrude them out. The swishing proces of Oil Pulling works wonders here.
HOW?
All you need is an organic, cold-pressed oil. From olive oil, sesame, flax, sea buckthorn, virgin coconut, or sunflower oil, your main goal, to begin with, is to find a high quality oil that you can use on a daily basis
First thing in the morning on an empty stomach is best to do Oil Pulling, but if another time works better for you, that’s fine. Take about 1 tablespoon of oil in the mouth, and swish it through the teeth gently, not vigorously, in a comfortable way, for 5-15 minutes. Don’t simply swish side to side, but back and forth in the way you might do with mouthwash.
If you have the urge to swallow, exhale slowly (through the nose!) and continue breathing slowly until the urge passes. If you really need to swallow, go ahead and swallow just from the back of the throat, keeping the oil in the front of your mouth.
If it becomes too unpleasant, spit out and try again another day. It can be a bit unpleasant at first when you’re not used to it, but soon won’t be bothersome at all, just like brushing your teeth.
When the oil has become saturated with the toxins it has pulled out, it will become somewhat whitish and a thinner, milky consistency, depending on the type of oil used. Each time you oil pull, it can take a different amount of time to get to that point, so 15 minutes is a general rule of thumb, but you can experiment with this.
1. Hydrogen peroxide works as a great teeth whitening aid in reducing yellow spots in your teeth. All you have to do is make a paste with hydrogen peroxide and baking soda, preferable diluted hydrogen peroxide, and apply the mixture to your teeth once in a while to get back those white teeth of yours in no time. Hydrogen peroxide works as a bleaching agent that cleanses your teeth, and gives back its natural glow without any real harm to the teeth. But make sure that you do not apply this solution daily- after all this is a chemical solution and you do not want to expose your teeth to it everyday.

2. The next tip is pretty common, yet you tend to overhear this- quit smoking. Not only the nicotine in cigarettes puts a black layer over your teeth, but it also ruins you r lungs. So quit smoking today for the overall wellbeing of your body and teeth.

3. Table salt and lemon juice acts as fantastic solutions to get rid of yellow stains in your teeth. So a great idea would be to make a mixture of these and use your brush to gently apply the mixture twice daily. Both salt and lemon juice is harmless, and there can be nothing you should be worried about.

4. Another great way to naturally remove yellow stains from your teeth is to use orange peels which are fantastic for teeth whitening. The next time you eat an orange, do not throw away the peel. Apply the inner white side of the peel to you teeth, and within only a few days, you will start seeing results. Today people almost ignore the tremendous power of natural substances that can be used to cure many diseases. They instead go for the quick fix. But if you try this solution, you will truly be surprised with the results.

5. Use a gum massager. Healthy gums equals to healthy teeth, so make sure you prevent the occurrence of plaque. Yellow stains are often the early symptoms of plaque, so need to be very careful here.

6. Avoid coffee and tea as much as you can. Even if you cannot resist a few sips everyday, make sure to immediately rinse your mouth with water.

7. Go, see a dentist. Nothing can beat safety, which means periodic visits to the dentist. Your teeth are a vital contributor towards your overall look, so do not hesitate to spend this little amount of money on a dentist.

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10 commentaires:

  1. I would suggest you to go to your nearby dentist and consult him before you get Kawasaki treatment. I am working with a professional dentist Hermosa Beach since last 2 years. He will tell you precautions to take so that it will not cause any dental problem to your daughter.

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  2. Solid method I've honestly never heard oil pulling before but looks like it's worth a try, also a tip for you out there who likes to drink acidic drinks, try drinking as much of them as possible through a straw to avoid direct contact with your teeth trust me it's simple but very effective, drink lots of water to help maintain your bright white smile too, also it's important to get yourself a nice daily routine going or you'll never get some nice shiny pearly whites, methods like the one in this post help but they fade away if you don't stay consistent with it, if you need help with consistency you should really read the review I found here http://aestheticreview.com they have some great advice and recommendations for helping you achieve a brighter whiter smile

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  4. Someone once told me that you can use charcoal to whiten your teeth. That sounds sort of gross and counter productive to me. What would a strategy like that look like?
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  5. If these seven powerful tips for whitening teeth can really work, then I should try it myself. I have hear of all of them, but the one 'to use orange peels' and use them to help you to scrub your teeth with. That is pretty cool and it is something that is simple that I can try out. If this is something that can really help out, then I have no problem with trying it.
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  6. These are some really interesting way to whiten your teeth. I had no idea that lemon juice and salt could whiten your teeth. I wonder if lemon juice is used in any cosmetic dentistry products. http://www.spencerroaddental.com.au/cosmetic-dentistry

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  7. Brush your teeth with baking soda once a week. This will remove stains and whiten your teeth. Use it just as you would toothpaste. You can also use salt as an alternative toothpaste. Also it is always recommended to have get teeth whitening done from a proper dental clinic to make sure you not only get instant but long lasting results.

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  8. Thanks for the post and nice tips you can also visit Dentist India for more information

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  9. My wedding is coming up in just a few months, and I would like to make sure my teeth are as white as possible. It would be nice to be able to do this on my own, and I like the idea of using natural methods. I have never heard of using salt and lemon juice! I have both of those things on hand, so I will have to give them a try. Thank you so much for sharing, thanks to you, I will have a beautiful white smile on my wedding day!


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