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Teeth Whitening Advice Channel:  In this video, Michelle McPhail teaches us how baking soda works well as a teeth whitener when mixed with water into a paste and brushed on the teeth every other day or once a week.  When whitening teeth with baking soda at home, be sure to rinse thoroughly after brushing.  Michelle is a dental tech and the office coordinator at one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry centers in the Tampa Bay, Florida area.


Teeth Whitening Advice Channel

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Must-Know Tips For A Dazzling White Smile

dazzling white smile

With more and more people concerned about physical appearance, tooth whitening is becoming a regular beauty ritual for some people. However, there are some precautions that need to be taken and things to consider before you decide which of the many options is the best for you. This article provides you with some useful advice.

Citrus Fruits

We all know that citrus fruits are high in Vitamin C, but did you know they can also contribute to whiter teeth? Some suggest that you take lemon or orange peels and rub them onto the teeth themselves. A dab of salt could also be added to improve the results of the orange and lemon peels.

TIP! The fastest tooth whitening methods are the professional products found at your dentist’s office. After just a couple of dentist visits, you will have a beautiful, bright white smile.

To keep your teeth white, be sure to schedule regular dental cleanings. Make sure you go in twice a year for the cleaning, and pre-book your following appointment before you leave the current one. It can be easy to put off visits to your dental hygienist for fears of expensive medical bills, however, you shouldn’t worry as most dental insurance plans cover biannual cleanings.

You can use fruit to naturally whiten your teeth. Oranges and strawberries are among the many home remedies that can be used to whiten your smile. Even just mashing some strawberries until they are a paste, then leaving it on teeth for a few minutes, can give you a white smile. Another all-natural, surprisingly effective fruit technique is to rub your teeth with an orange peel.

Tooth whitening will not have any effect on your crowns. If you use a whitening kit, your teeth will be whiter, but the crowns will stay the same shade.

Baking Soda

You should use baking soda to brush your teeth. Brushing your teeth with baking soda can be a great way to naturally whiten your teeth. Brushing your teeth using baking soda can cause irritation on your gums, so make sure that you use a gentle touch.

Whitening teeth toothpaste is really not much different from regular toothpaste. Because they are so similar, spending money for these products is a waste. Read reviews and talk to your dentist before deciding on any whitening products.

TIP! Fruits can sometimes also prove to be great teeth whiteners. An example of some fruits that work great at whitening your teeth would be strawberries and oranges.

When you want whiter teeth in a hurry, grab an apple to eat for a temporary solution. The abrasiveness of apples and other crunchy foods will give your teeth a fast, deep cleaning without causing damage to your enamel.

Eating Cheese

It’s a good idea to eat a slice of cheese after each meal to build-up the existing enamel upon your teeth. Studies have shown that the calcium in cheese can help rebuild the enamel on your teeth. The healthier the enamel, the whiter you teeth will be so try the cheese trick at least three times each week.

Like this article went over, you will see that there are quite a few ways to whiten your teeth. While it is important to try to prevent this from happening, even regularly cared teeth can discolor over time. Keep your smile bright, and show your confidence by using the tips you have read to whiten your teeth safely.


Teeth Whitening With Hydrogen Peroxide - Michelle McPhail

Teeth Whitening With Hydrogen Peroxide – Michelle McPhail.


More resources:

https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/patients-families/health-matters/june-2016/diy-teeth-whitening-too-good-to-be-true.aspxDIY Tooth Whitening: Too Good to Be True? – University of Rochester Newsroom From wedding dresses to recipes and beyond, anyone can post or “pin” ideas they have to the popular website Pinterest—including health tips. But if some of the do-it-yourself teeth whitening advice you see there seems too good to be true, it’s likely …

5 Teeth Whitening Tips That Will Have You Smiling – KVOA Tucson News Do discolored teeth keep you from smiling with confidence? Lucky for you, there are tons of options to get a mega-white grin, from drugstore whitening strips to professional cosmetic service. But not all tooth whitening products are made equal. Some …

Tooth Whitening – American Dental Association – Mouth Healthy

Tooth whitening is a simple process. Whitening products contain one of two tooth bleaches (hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide). These bleaches break stains into smaller pieces, which makes the color less concentrated and your teeth brighter.

What is Tooth Whitening? Details on Tooth Whitening Methods and …

What Is It? Tooth whitening lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures …


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Cee Harmon is founder of Elevate Christian Network and Elevate Your Potential Magazine. He enjoys helping people improve the quality of their lives - spirit, soul, and body.
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3 responses to Teeth Whitening Advice Channel | Baking Soda for Teeth Whitening

  1. Metro Dental Associates April 5th, 2014 at 12:29 am

    Baking soda can help with teeth whitening, but results different with
    everyone. If it’s causing you more damage than good, it’s best to consult
    your dentist.

  2. Ian Simpson April 5th, 2014 at 12:56 am

    Is it recommended on sensitive teeth. Been thinking of doing this for a
    while but am unsure if it will make the sensitivity worse.

  3. FairwayJack April 5th, 2014 at 1:42 am

    Michelle…which is better ..baking soda or the lime/salt concoction ??