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Brush Teeth With Baking Soda, Really?

Get a Healthy Teeth with Baking Soda

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Words of Wisdom No.6: “Brush Your Teeth With Baking Soda Once A Week

No matter how much you brush on a recommended frequency, the right duration, and doing the proper routine, you may still find it hard to whiten your teeth especially if you drink a lot of coffee and smoke a lot. Aside from coffee, dark colored drinks can also influence the color of your teeth hence be very careful when choosing your drinks.Besides avoiding dark colored foods and going on a white teeth diet, you might ask if there are still other ways to whiten your teeth. Luckily, there are a hundred of ways in order to do so. Among them includes using baking soda once a week.

Brushing your teeth with baking soda once a week will help you remove stains on your teeth. The application process is just the same when you are brushing your teeth with the regular toothpaste. Just put the baking soda on your toothbrush and start doing the same routine when you brush daily. Make sure all parts of the teeth are covered as you don’t want your teeth to have some white parts and other yellowish parts.

After making sure you covered all of your teeth, wash your mouth thoroughly as well as your toothbrush. Aside from toothpaste, you can also use salt as an alternative to brush your teeth. Just make sure you spit it out after brushing so it doesn’t count as sodium intake. Brushing with salt should be done every other day if you think that your gums feel raw.

For  professional whitening of teeth with amazing results you can contact Dr Panucci today for a free consultation.

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Brush Teeth With Baking Soda

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