Shiny white teeth are the sign of oral hygiene and good health. The pearly whites look great in pictures, but to maintain that million dollar smile needs daily cleaning and care. To keep your teeth stain free is not an easy task, it needs patience and perseverance. It’s not only smoking that stain your teeth but there are various foods that also stain yours teeth. These food items also lead to plaques and cavities. It is only by regular brushing and flossing that you can maintain healthy teeth, as they not only remove unwanted stains but also remove the food particles from your teeth.
There are various teeth whitening kits available in the market which help to keep your teeth white and healthy. One can also opt for bleaching treatment available at the dentists. There are also some teeth whitening kits that are absolutely free or cost very less money, try these for optimal results.
Brush your teeth regularly with hydrogen peroxide and baking soda or any fluoride based toothpaste. A local dentist is the best way to give you some guidance. There are various teeth whitening chewing gums and toothpastes that are available but they are expensive and all these kits include baking soda as their key ingredient.
Hydrogen peroxide and baking soda is a powerful combination and it helps removes stains caused by excessive smoking and coffee. Dip your toothbrush I the peroxide and then into the baking soda and now brush your teeth for 2 minutes and rinse well and once it’s done brush your teeth with a good quality toothpaste to remove stains.
Fruits such as strawberries and banana skin are also used to clean your teeth. Strawberries contain malic acid which bleaches teeth. The internal part of the banana skin can used to rub your teeth and give it a whitening effect. This can be performed daily for at least 2 to 3 minutes and after 14 days of this treatment you get shinier and brighter smile.
The treatments mentioned above are much better than any teeth whitening kits and are affordable as well. Drink lots of water to remove food articles from the teeth.