How To: 5 Easy Tips for Keeping Your Smile Pearly White

5 Easy Tips for Keeping Your Smile Pearly White

Keep your smile pearly white without buying a teeth-whitening kit or making an expensive visit to the doctor's office. One popular home remedy is to add a little bit of baking soda to your tooth paste on a weekly basis when you brush your teeth. (Do not do this more than once a week, as too much baking soda can permanently erode the enamel on your teeth). 

Want whiter teeth and a healthier diet? Eat more crunchy vegetables and fruit. Biting into carrots, apples, celery sticks and other healthy crispy things naturally remove stains from your teeth. Think of it as giving your teeth a skin scrub. 

Finally, preventive measures go a long way in keeping your teeth white as possible. Avoid smoking cigarettes. Avoid drinking coffee, tea, red wine and dark fruit juices--or at least brush your teeth immediately afterwards or consider drinking through a straw. 

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5 Easy Tips for Keeping Your Smile Pearly White


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7 Comments

Hmm...I didn't know about the crunchy fruits and veggies tip. Thanks!

If you eat apples or any fruit that turns brown, also try to eat it before it oxidizes. Thats what I heard

lettuce? really, lettuce? never would have guessed

I would have never known this myself until I researched this topic. More reason to eat your fruits and veg. :)

Yay!

I will also add-coconut oil pulling helps whiten your teeth. (Or at least it did for me.) And it is less abrasive on the enamel than baking soda.

I did not know eny of this
It really works

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