One way to quickly remove stains and restore the natural whiteness of teeth without going to the dentist
Date: 2/7/2006 5:10:30 AM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 2297 times
Just letting everyone know that I have found hydrogen peroxide very useful for restoring the whiteness of my teeth.
I have bottles at several strengths, the strongest being 30%. The usual way to express the strength is in "volumes", and 30% corresponds to 110 volumes.
At one time I used to brush my teeth with it in place of toothpaste because Hulda Clark recommends it, but then when I read some more I came to where she says it cannot be used in a mouth with metal as it reacts with the metal. As my crowns have metal bases I stopped using it, and switched to a solution of bicarbonate of soda, which she also recommends, instead.
Anyway, my teeth were beginning to look discoloured - much of it was black. The toothbrush was not capable of removing it and I did not try to scrape it off as I did not want to risk scratching my teeth.
I noticed in the dentist's surgery a leaflet about a programme for restoring whiteness to teeth, based on using hydrogen peroxide under the supervision of the dentist.
Later I had the idea of just dropping some maximum strength hydrogen peroxide onto my toothbrush at the end of the brushing, flossing and tongue scraping routine and gently rubbing it onto the front teeth, going just a little way around the side but not as far back as where the crowns are. After it had foamed up I just let the foam out into the washbasin rather than swallowing it.
Well the result looks superb, after a few treatments all the staining has gone. My teeth are their natural white colour and they look really good. They seem to last longer after brushing before going furry, too.
I think I have achieved the same as with the programme at the dentist's but probably much quicker, and without doing myself any noticeable harm. Probably I have saved a lot of money *smile*
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