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Whiten my Teeth at Home? Yes | 4 Substitutes for Expensive Teeth Whitening

There are two main methods to whitening your teeth. There is the quick and easy way to go about. It requires no work, it’s VERY expensive, and eventually you will have to do it again to keep your teeth white. There is also a natural way to go about it. My mentality (and most likely everyone else’s too) is this, of course you can cheat and may not get the health benefits of doing it the PROPER and LOGICAL way, because even if you do a quick one-time fix, in the end the problem is going to stay. 

You’re going to have to work for what you want. Nothing in life is easy. no matter what you hear, witness, or read. There is ALWAYS going to be some kind of work to be done. The best way to whiten your teeth is natural. You get the health benefits, the certainty that it will work, and also the personal satisfaction of doing the work yourself, by doing it this way.

There are some tips and tricks to whiten your teeth naturally, and if you actually do these things, eventually, they will add up. Every little bit helps, right? I can list some of these tips and tricks, but it ultimately requires work on your end and not to be such a fat, lazy slob.

Baking Soda and Lemon juice

People already use baking soda to remove surface stains from clothes. Add lemon juice to it (which is already used to naturally disinfect) and not only are you just cleaning the surface, but you’re also preventing any future problems by disinfecting and killing any small bacteria and germs that could cause future harm.

Activated Charcoal

This is a very popular and low-cost method. People really seem to prefer this method the most because you actually get a noticeable difference that is very easy to see.

Hydrogen peroxide

You can swish your mouth with hydrogen peroxide (which I personally have used). Many people may already know that hydrogen peroxide is good for cleaning and sterilizing cuts and injuries, but little do they know that are also certain types of microscopic bacteria and other forms of potentially harmful germs, bacteria, or even fungi that if left unchecked can cause some sort of discomfort, pain, and/or other forms of discomfort. 

Apple Cider Vinegar

Vinegar has been used for years for a natural way to clean. Adding Apple cider to the mix gives you a boost of disinfecting power.

Conclusion

Again, these are all-NATURAL ways. There are several more ways, I’m sure, but these are just a few tips to help you get started. If you find other ways to naturally whiten your teeth, then by all means, do it. However, you must use a certain amount of caution when using these methods. Also, don’t expect them to work perfectly. These methods are coming from statistics of real people who actually tested these and they may or may not work, but it doesn’t hurt to try. Ultimately, you have nothing to lose if they fail, but you have so much to gain if you do succeed.

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