Top 5 Teeth Whitening Home Remedies!

One of the easiest ways to freshen up your appearance is to whiten your teeth. Whitening your teeth can even make you look younger. Yellow teeth have the exact opposite effect. But, in order to treat the condition, first you need to know the cause behind it.

Your teeth are covered with a smooth, white layer of enamel. When that white layer of enamel wears out, another layer called dentin is revealed, and dentin is yellow in color. The enamel can be wear out as a result of certain undesirable lifestyle, as well as dietary and oral habits. So before we get to the teeth whitening remedies, here’s what you need to do to slow down the wearing out of the enamel.

Drinking too much tea or coffee stains the teeth and erode the enamel. Prefer water over sugary drinks, they are a mix of acidity and sugar, both of which are bad for the teeth. Smoking is a big NO NO. And avoid brushing right after eating, because the acid and sugar produced when we eat weakens the enamel temporarily and brushing it at the time weakens it further.

If you want whiter teeth, but also want to avoid the chemicals, then follow these 5 options that are both natural and safe.

Brushing And Flossing

Make sure that your brush has soft or medium bristles that don’t damage the gum.Brush your teeth for about 2 minutes each twice a day.Enamel consists of vertical glass – like rods, which is why it can damage the enamel if you brush from side to side. Brush in small circles to prevent teeth from weakening.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar can wonders for your smile. All you need to do is give yourself a nice rub with apple cider vinegar, rinse off thoroughly and repeat the same procedure for a few days.

Fruit Peel

You eat fruit every day, but have you thought of the amazing capabilities of the banana and orange peel? Rub your teeth with the inside of a orange or banana peel, then brush your teeth a few minutes later. You can use this technique at least twice a week.

Eat Your Way To White Teeth

This is the most enjoyable way to white teeth. Consume a lot of milk and milk based products and include some crunchy vegetables like apples, carrots and celery in your diet.

Baking Soda

Mix a small amount of baking soda with water and just pour it over your tooth brush before brushing. Or if it’s easier, you can apply it using your finger tips and leave it on for 1-2 minutes. Use baking soda for this method once a week.

What is causing discoloration?

 You could run, but you couldn’t hide. On disturbingly yellow teeth, the same can be said. Your teeth are covered with a natural white smooth enamel. It becomes translucent when that wears out and reveals the color of the lower layer called’ dentil,’ which is yellow. Over time, the enamel wears out but it can be accelerated by certain habits, dietary and otherwise. Too much tea or coffee – it can be harmful to exceed anything, and the same is true of excess tea or coffee consumption.

Drinking too much tea or teeth with too much coffee. They not only erode the enamel but also make the teeth more sticky, which causes the latching of food particles.

Sugary Drinks – A double whammy of this one. It’s a mixture of acidity and sugar, both bad for the teeth. If you still want one or two glasses once in a while, we suggest that you drink quickly instead of sipping on it for a long time and then rinse your mouth afterwards.Smoking – This may be the worst cause of decay and discoloration of the tooth. Beyond repair, it damages the teeth. It not only makes them yellow, it also leaves permanent gray marks that can not be removed in some cases, no matter how much you try.

Professional whitening treatments may be your best bet in extreme cases where the teeth are as yellow as the sun. But the remedies mentioned above will work wonders for those who seek to brighten their smile and keep away the stains. Share it with us if there’s anything you’ve done that worked for your teeth.


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