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Tips for Your Teeth

Go through the article to know the easy ways for teeth whitening.

Regular brushing twice a day and flossing after every meal is the first and foremost thing to keep your teeth intact from almost every type of dental problem.

If you are a smoker, try to quit it or cut down as much as you can. Besides causing severe health problems, smoking makes your teeth look pale and stained. It is also proven that in comparison to non-smokers, smokers find more difficulties to make and keep their teeth whiter.

Drinking coffee and tea can also cause discoloration and staining of teeth. Thus make sure to rinse your mouth after every time you have tea or coffee.

You can also apply the inner part of orange peel which also a great fix to make for teeth whitening. Rub the peel over teeth or make a paste of naturally dried peel with ground bay leaves, and brush with the paste.

There are many toothpastes available having baking soda as their prime ingredient. You can make you homemade whitener remedy by mixing baking soda with little salt.

Try to avoid the usage of mouthwashes. Not only alcohol but they also consist of other harmful chemicals making your teeth stained and faded.

Rinse your mouth well after every time you eat or drink something, getting rid of food residues glued to your teeth.

Make it habit to visit Dentist on regular basis.

Visiting a dentist can also be very helpful. You can get quick and advance treatments for serious oral problems as well as avail cosmetic treatments to make your smile more beautiful.

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