How to get white teeth – almost for free

by Rickard Hernell

Thanks to the “stew”, fluffy coffee, turmeric lattes, red wine or just living life, there’s a good chance there are some stains on your teeth right now. If you only eat foods without pigment, eating and drinking things can stain your teeth, leading to a yellowish hue.

How does teeth whitening work at home?

Before looking through the products available on the market for home teeth whitening, you should have a look at your “discolourations”. In particular, there are two types of teeth stains. Inherent staining is deep within the tooth and comes from genetics, certain medications or decades of drinking red wine.

Then there are more superficial spots. Unless you have a trained eye, it is difficult to identify the type of spot you have, but the external type is the only type you can treat at home. Much of the success in whitening teeth also depends on the molecular structure of each person’s enamel, which is determined by genetics.

The more porous your teeth are, the better they respond to bleaching. The disadvantage is that if they are more porous, they stain more quickly, but they also become faster.

Coconut oil or activated carbon

Many suggest that oil pulling can whiten teeth. According to them, it helps to draw bacteria from the teeth, which can help with whitening.

(The same applies to activated carbon.) The bottom line: you won’t get noticeably whiter teeth from oiling your mouth for 20 minutes.

Teeth whitening pens

If you research whitening products you will see many tooth whitening pens on the market. In our opinion, they work, but they’re best if you’ve already whitened your teeth and want to keep or touch them. Most whitening pencils don’t stay on your teeth long enough to make an overall big difference, you could say. For more information I recommend the website tooth whitening pen.

Teeth whitening candles

So I’ve tried hundreds of different dental products over the years…” applies to the refrain of Instagram teeth whitening ads, popular by the Kardashians and other influencers who have posed awkwardly with the products they’re shilling.

Rather, the lamps are designed to mimic the professional whitening procedure you get in the dentist’s office, where you sit for up to an hour in ultraviolet light, which activates the oxygen molecules in hydrogen peroxide. LED lights to work to an extent, but not to the same intensity.

The longer the contact with the light, the better the result.

Baking powder

Creating a paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide is the second most effective teeth whitener, and something I personally do every day. Baking soda is a non-abrasive cleaner that sweeps away surface stains without damaging teeth or enamel.

Adding hydrogen peroxide releases oxygen molecules that break down stains. Do not rinse with hydrogen peroxide alone as it will not have the same effect. It takes time to hold on to your teeth to make a difference properly.

There is a reason why teeth whitening products are always a gel and not a liquid. It’s also the reason why you shouldn’t bother with mouthwash teeth whitening.) Here’s how to create your own paste: just add one tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide to a bowl and then gradually add baking soda until it has the exact consistency of toothpaste. Brush.

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