Most Teeth whitening Products are BAD. They damage your teeths in the long run. Why are teeth whitening products bad? Carbamide peroxide the whitening agent in most bleaches, can irritate the gums, causing them to recede, making the teeth brittle, chalky and thin when overused. They make the tooth surface rough and soft. They increase the potential for demineralization. They increase the risk of tooth fracture. They might lead to unwanted colour changes in your teeths and make them transparent. How do I get white teeths?. I will provide you with a simple step by step method how you can whiten your teeth in a healthy and natural way. Fast, easy and cheap. What do you want more?
The first step is not a real surprise… after you wake up.. Brush your teeth quickly.
Secondly Do oilpulling with coconut oil. Just take a teaspoon of coconut oil in your mouth after you brushed your teeth. wirl the oil around your mouth for 10-20 minutes. The oil will mix with your saliva, absorbing and “pulling” toxins from your mouth. As the oil is swished around the mouth, teeth, gums, and tongue, the oil will continue to absorb toxins, usually turning somewhat viscous and milky. Spit out the oil and rinse your mouth out thoroughly with warm water.
Step three is to Brush teeths with neem powder , Turmeric and Baking soda. You can mix these ingredients with your toothpaste all together or use only 1 of them if you don’t have them all at hand. You can also chew neem leaves if you don’t have the powder. Neem will eradicate bad breath and kill the bacteria, plaque or tartar commonly building up in gums and teeth. This will help kill plaque and make your teeth whiter. Tumeric is another ingredient which is great for your teeths and overall health. Its scientifically proven that Turmeric can be a great tool for your teeths. Turmeric possesses a number of properties of clinical significance such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticancer, antimicrobial etc.
Step four is to rinse with nettle tea. Nettles are a great tool to remineralize your teeths as they provide lots of calcium, manganese, phosphorus and potassium, some protein, also a great source of Vitamins A, and K… Nettle provides all micro nutrients your teeth need. When you eat sugar or acidic foods, they take minerals out of your bones and teeth. Therefore it is important to make sure you replenish those minerals.
Aditional quick tips:
– Supplement Vitamin K-2 and Vitamin D.
– rinse with Nettle tea between meals to alkalize your mouth, teeth and body.
– Eat rice with turmeric.
Last Note: Fluoride is controversial, some people including doctors say its good while others say it’s bad for your teeth. Research has shown that excessive Fluoride can cause yellow-stained teeth.