You can cause problems with your teeth and gums if you overuse whitening products. You can even cause permanent damage if you are using a potent whitening product. You won’t achieve your desire of perfectly white teeth and the results may be irreversible. Never deviate from the provided instructions.
If you are trying to whiten your teeth try to increase the frequency with which you brush your teeth. For exampleif you are currently brushing once or twice daily try to increase it to two or there times daily focusing on times especially after meals and snacks. This will help whiten your smile. Combine lemon juice and salt to create a paste, then brush your teeth as usual with a bit of the paste. Your teeth may be overly sensitive to salt; if so, immediately discontinue use. The bark from a walnut tree is a great way to naturally rub off the stains on your teeth. Doing this often works to get rid of old staining and can also ameliorate yellow discolorations caused by smoking and drinking certain types of liquids. Your teeth will eventually become whiter as the stains continue to diminish. If you have problems with your gums or untreated cavities, avoid bleach whitening. This can cause further pain and damage your mouth, and you do not want or need to do that. Consult with your dentist about ways to solve this problem. Do not bleach or whiten your teeth if you’re nursing or pregnant. Pregnancy and nursing make your gums more sensitive than normal. In addition, the chemicals found in these products could be problematic. The best thing to do is to avoid teeth whitening until you are no longer pregnant or nursing.
For a beautiful, sparkling smile, don’t forget to brush your teeth at least twice a day. Food and beverages can stain or cause buildup on your teeth which makes them non-white. Brushing your teeth daily means you don’t need to worry as much about discolored teeth.
There are many cost-effective and natural teeth whitening methods that you can use at home. A great technique involves baking soda. You can either purchase a toothpaste from the store that already has baking soda in it, or you can add baking soda to your regular toothpaste at home.