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    It does! It's my twice a day routine..keeps the teeth clear and white

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    dont go for baking powder as it really weakens your teeth and if you are super conscious maintain a proper oral hygeine and rub lemon peel over it

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassandra01 View Post
    A friend of mine is a dentist and he gave ma a tipp: Use baking powder after you have cleaned your teeth with "normal" tooth paste. For white teeth!! This is really cheap and I think it works. Try it!!
    It unquestionably helped whiten my teeth, but is probably best to use it just a couple times a week at most. I've mixed it with coconut oil to soften it, letting it melt in my mouth, and I use a very soft toothbrush, and very gently brush and not for an extended period.

    The idea being, I try to reduce the abrasiveness, while still being able to take advantage of the sodium bicarbonate's high alkalinity to neutralize acidity that can cause cavities.

    It does seem to whiten as well. Again, I'd just say be cautious of the abrasiveness so we're not destroying enamel.

    I also only use Bob's Red Mill brand, since they promote that their product is aluminum-free. We don't need sublingual absorption of aluminum!

    BTW!...It is baking SODA as compared to powder!
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    Maybe baking soda is good, but definitely is damaging teeth as well. I came to the conclusion, that I have only one teeth in my life, so it is better to spend approx. 300$ for professional whitening than make danger 'experiments'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Health View Post
    I use a really good toothpaste and after that I use mouthwash twice a day. The taste of the toothpaste is not so good because it doesn't contain chemicals, but the effect is sure. Only after two days I noticed that my teeth were whiter.
    What brand are you using?

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    I had tried baking soda but after couple of months my teeth not good, and my gums is swollen.

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    Yes, I used the Orange Peel to clean my teeth & I think this is the good one.
    It really provides shining to the teeth. It worked for me.
    No idea about the baking soda, but as lots of people are recommending then need to try that one.

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