4 Ways to Whiten Your Teeth And Have a Beautiful Smile 2 comments


4 Ways to Whiten Your Teeth and Get a Beautiful Bright Smile 

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Did you know that Americans spend about $1.5 billion dollars every year purchasing various teeth whitening products over the counter? Yes, that is a substantial amount to achieve a shiny white smile. But it’s worth it if you consider benefits you get. White teeth boost your confidence by helping you to look younger and leave a good impression.

Here are 4 ways to get rid of any teeth stains and have teeth white as snow.

1. Try a Whitening Kit

A whitening kit is a logical solution for many people wanting to get white teeth. There is a broad range of solutions on the market when it comes to the teeth-whitening kits. Teeth whitening strips are the most popular products because they are quick and easy to use. All you need to do is to peel and apply the strip over your teeth. Remove the strip after a certain amount of time and reveal beautiful, white smile. Besides whitening strips, there are other options to choose from, including a whitening gel, toothpaste, and various whitening treatments. If you’re looking for a long term solution to teeth whitening in Hamilton, you can opt for in office bleaching or at home bleaching. Whatever you choose, it’s better to get a professional advice from a dentist before doing it.

2. Use Baking Soda

Baking Soda (official name sodium bicarbonate) is a great DIY remedy to get white teeth since it gently scrubs away surface stains. Here’s what you need to do:

  • Dip your toothbrush into baking soda
  • Brush teeth for about two minutes
  • Spit it out and rinse your mouth

It’s quite simple! You can mix the fresh lemon juice from half a lemon with a 1/4 cup of baking soda for better results.

3. Make Some Changes in Your Nutrition

Did you know that color of your food has an impact on the color of your teeth? You should avoid dark drinks like red wine, black tea, coffee, and cola. Remember that water is the best friend of your teeth when it comes to the drinks. Likewise, you should avoid certain foods that can change the color of your teeth. If you don’t want to have teeth stains, keep away from acidic foods, ketchup, and soy sauce. Not to mention sugar and candies – the favorite food of bacteria that get teeth yellow and weaken them over time. Consider eating more nuts, fruits (especially apples and strawberries), vegetables rich in fiber (like celery and carrots), whole grains, and hard cheeses.

4. Brush Your Teeth Regularly and Maintain Healthy Dental Habits

Make sure to brush your teeth regularly to get rid of all bacteria that are responsible for stains and other teeth problems. That will help you keep your teeth white and your mouth healthy as well. It’s recommended to brush teeth at least twice a day – before going to bed and after or before breakfast. Many people also brush their teeth after lunch and snacks alike. It’s important to do it properly. That said, brush your teeth gently in short circular motions for about two minutes. Aside from brushing, you should also floss your teeth and gargle with mouthwash every day.

Mix and match these ways to whiten your teeth and you’ll figure out what works best for you. In addition, be sure to schedule dental appointments on a regular basis and get the most out of your teeth!

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About Karren Haller

I am a +60 Blogger that loves connecting with other women through blogging. A new recipe always intrigues, finding a new craft, creating bracelets occasionally and gardening is a favorite and writing brand reviews is a favorite for my readers. But most of all the connection to other bloggers. Creativity, simple life and getting things done


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2 thoughts on “4 Ways to Whiten Your Teeth And Have a Beautiful Smile

  • Cindy Magee

    I’ve been thinking about trying the baking soda method. 🙂 My teeth are getting a bit yellow-y since I started drinking coffee again! PS Thanks for visiting the Wonderful Wednesday blog hop. 🙂

    • Karren Haller Post author

      Thank you for reading, soda does provide a bit of grit to clean the teeth and it leaves them feeling smooth.
      Thank you for joining us for #OMHGWW!
      Have a great weekend!