how to remove spots on teeth?
January 5, 2011 6:41am CST
Dental care is the effort made to keep teeth healthy and can perform its functions. A healthy tooth is teeth clean without any holes. But not only that, healthy teeth will also emit positive energy so that the owner had become very interesting. My question is how to remove spots on teeth? because I want my teeth so much cleaner without any spots on the teeth. please provide an answer to this. Happy Mylotting
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6 Jan 11
stains on the teeth will not disappear even if you do not smoke and drink coffee. how: you know the red brick? crushed brick is smooth, and used as a substitute for toothpaste to brush your teeth. about 1 week, your teeth will be white again. (I do not joke). and make it a habit at night to brush his teeth using a special toothpaste tooth whitening like Zack.
5 Jan 11
Hi cssiduyz! I guess the easiest and quickest way is to go to the dentist for a dental propylaxis and have your teeth whitened. But then again, it costs so much. You can also use some whitening toothpastes. I heard that Crest whitening toothpaste is really good. I haven't tried it yet though coz it's quite expensive but there are also other whitening toothpastes out there that are more affordable. What I'm using right now is XyWhite. I can't really tell yet if it whitened my teeth coz I just started using it. Some toothpastes are also specially made for those who always drink coffee (or eat chocolates) or smokers. You can also use baking soda! It's one of the main ingredient in most whitening toothpastes. It helps remove stains on teeth. When we run out of toothpaste, we use baking soda! :) But let me share with you a very old trick for whitening teeth. A friend told me about this trick. He said that it has been used by his elders (I live in the Philippines, BTW) and their elders for so long and it not only helps in whitening the teeth but also keeps it strong. And the trick is to use guava twigs. So you just need to cut a piece of twig from a guava tree, scrape off it's bark and rub the flesh part of the twig unto your teeth. You'd have to do this regularly to achieve the effects. It takes time but the effects are long term. As I mentioned, my friend's elders use this trick and I myself can say that they still have complete, intact and white teeth even though they are very old. I'm even planning to follow it but I just can't find a guava tree in our place! But if you don't have a guava tree in your area (or country) then I guess you can just use baking soda instead. Hope this helps!