Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Diy Tobacco Stain Bleaching

A stain-free smile is more attractive.

Nicotine and tar found in cigarette tobacco are equal opportunity stain-causing substances. Surfaces exposed to tobacco smoke, including your teeth, slowly turn yellow or brown as the tar and nicotine build up. These unsightly stains are an ongoing problem for smokers who aren't willing to live with tobacco-stained teeth. Although commercial whiteners or whitening procedures at the dentist's office can remedy tobacco-stained teeth, you can remove stains and prevent them from returning with DIY tobacco stain removal methods.


1. The white part of strawberries naturally whitens stained teeth.

Slice a fresh strawberry in half in the morning. Rub one half of the white portion of the strawberry over your lower teeth for three minutes. Discard the berry half and then use the other half to rub over your upper teeth for three minutes.

2. Pour 1 tsp. each of baking soda, table salt and dried sage into a bowl. Mix the ingredients together to make a natural bleaching toothpaste.

3. Regular and thorough tooth-brushing practices help remove surface stains.

Dip your toothbrush in the baking soda mixture. Brush your teeth each morning, as normal, for at least as long as it takes you to hum the "Happy Birthday" song. Rinse with water.

4. Clean your teeth at night by brushing them with undiluted cider vinegar to whiten teeth and freshen breath. Swish a little cider vinegar around in your mouth, spit it out and rinse with water.

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