These days pharmacies are usually complete items for your teeth whitening. A large amount of products that are practiced for teeth whitening include chemicals that can be bad to your health and can damage affect the enamel on the teeth. So what is the best solution to clean our teeth naturally without buying a expensive product?
Even whitening professionally performed into a dental ordination are not at all natural and can make your teeth sensitive which can cause pain.
For this homemade tips, You can naturally whiten your teeth you can brush your way to a whiter smile in just a few minutes’ time, once per week.
Here’s what you’ll need:
1 tablespoon of baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) – you can also use baking soda as a general kitchen medicine. The juice of half a lemon or lime – also see how to use lemon as a medicine and a clean, new toothbrush.
That’s all Here is how to workout the natural methods just follow this steps.
Into a small dish place a pour lemon here and juice over it with a baking soda. Squeezed half a lemon
The mixture will start bubbling as a result of the interaction of the soda with the lemon acid in the citrus juice.
Once the bubbling decreases somewhat, stir the mixture with your toothbrush until you get a thick paste. If the paste is too fluid, add little more of baking soda until you reach the suitable consistency.
Place the paste onto the toothbrush and start brushing thoroughly, the same way you would use a normal toothpaste.
Use a higher amount of water to rinse the mouth, and that’s it! That’s all there is to it.
Using Lemon & Soda you must to be consider this
You should perform this method of whitening, naturally, only once a week just to get a bright smile without harming the protective enamel covering the teeth.
One recommendation is you use a new toothbrush when the method for the first time and assigning that toothbrush specifically to being used for whitening—otherwise said, avoid using your daily-use toothbrush for this treatment.
If you don’t have lemons or limes on hand, 1-2 tablespoons of water may be substituted to create the whitening paste.
This treatment is not recommended for people who wear dental braces, as it would cause uneven whitening that would be noticeable once the braces were removed.
The taste of the whitening mixture is a bit strange and tart, but the quantity used for whitening is totally safe and non-toxic in case you should accidentally swallow it (although you might find the flavor a bit nauseating if you happen to do so).
After just one month of use—only four treatments—the results should be initiated by having brighter and whiter smile!