5 Surprising & Easy Ways To Whiten Your Teeth

5 Surprising & Easy Ways To Whiten Your Teeth
Thursday, September 14, 2017

Not only do your teeth help to talk and chew, they can make or break your appearance. A beautiful smile with white, sparkling teeth can make a positive first impression.

Here are 5 teeth whitening tips to ensure your smile stays bright and you stay confident.

1. Sip With A Straw


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If you're consume dark coloured beverages such as coffee, black tea and soda then expect your teeth to show up as not-so-pearly whites as these beverages stain your teeth. Sipping these drinks through a straw positioned towards the back of your mouth limits the contact with your teeth and prevents staining the teeth.

2. Crunchy Food Are Nature’s Toothbrush

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Crunchy food such as apples, carrots and celeries help to clean the teeth as they are eaten. These fruits and veggies are naturally abrasive, they help to remove some of the substances that discolour your teeth.

3. Gargle With Apple Cider Vinegar


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Apple cider vinegar works as a natural antibiotic and cleaning product which helps to remove stains, whiten teeth, and kill bacteria in your mouth and gums.

4. Use Darlie All Shiny White Supreme Toothpaste
 


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The all-new Darlie All Shiny White Supreme Toothpaste contains 3X advanced whitening factors that attack stubborn stains and uneven coloration while anti-oxidative Coenzyme Q10 defends your teeth by preventing stain build-up by 90%, prohibiting stain formation. Darlie All Shiny White Whitening Toothpaste is available in two variants – Refreshing Mint and Citrus Mint. Get your travel size sample here.

5. Get Plenty of Calcium In Your Diet


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One of the possible reason of tooth discolouration is caused by enamel eroding away and exposing the dentin underneath, which is yellow in colour. Therefore, consuming calcium-rich food helps to strengthen the enamel of your teeth will help keep your teeth pearly white.

Apart from using these natural remedies, do visit your dentist regularly to get your teeth check and they probably have the best advice for you!

- Felicia (@ForteFelicity)

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