Not everyone can dip into their pockets as soon as their teeth shade changes to the color of mozzarella, so what else ca you do to keep your smile shining bright like a diamond?  Well that’s about to be uncovered.

Fruits and Vegetables are good for health but did you know that they are also good for teeth whitening? Yes indeed. So much even that you can whiten naturally by just consuming them on a regular basis. But if you are strap for time, have an event coming up per say, they can be combined with household items to do the trick.

So let’s get into how:

Baking soda with baking soda will gently clean the stains on the teeth’s surface. Many people are worried that baking soda is too harsh and may chip off enamel, but 2017 research has found it a healthy way to remove stains.

Baking soda can also help combat bacteria, meaning that plaque can be minimized and tooth decay can be avoided.

Hydrogen peroxide is a mild bleach that can help blanch teeth. For optimum whitening, a person can try brushing for 1-2 minutes twice a day for a week with a mixture of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Just rarely should they do so. Hydrogen peroxide can increase the sensitivity of the tooth and is therefore not suitable for long-term use or for people who already have sensitive teeth.

Fruit whitening- Papaya contains an enzyme: Papain and bromelain, respectively these enzymes are found in papayas and pineapples, and can both help to whiten teeth. A 2012 study carried out, found preliminary evidence that solutions containing such ingredients could have moderate effects on whitening. The authors of the study, however, warn that more research is needed to determine whether or not these enzymes are effective.

The most important thing a person can do to minimize tooth yellowing is to practice excellent oral hygiene. Regular brushing and flossing preserves the enamel, prevents degradation of the gum and removes stains.

Good oral hygiene includes:

At least once a day cleaning your teeth. An individual should also be sure to clean the gums and teeth’s back as well.

Using a toothpaste of fluoride – Fluoride will fight against the deterioration of the tooth and even reverse it. While some people oppose fluoride usage, dentists agree that fluoride is safe and teeth-friendly.

Flossing between the teeth to remove plaque.

Techniques That Are Not Proven

There are a few other natural teeth whitening techniques, but there is no empirical evidence to prove they are successful or safe:

Activated charcoal: brushing with powdered charcoal allegedly extracts contaminants from the mouth and eliminates stains from the teeth.

Kaolin clay: This method’s proponents claim that clay brushing helps remove teeth stains.

Fruit peels: It is believed that rubbing on your teeth red, lemon or banana peels can make them whiter.

Advocates of these approaches claim to make teeth even whiter, but their efficacy has not been tested by any research. This also indicates that when used on teeth, they were not tested for side effects.

To help you whiten your teeth, there are several natural methods. Most of these treatments work by extracting the teeth’s surface stains gently. Some dentists, however, offer much better whitening treatments than these natural remedies. These include bleaching the teeth, which can also be more successful in serious cases of tooth discoloration.