How to Get Rid of Yellow Stains on Teeth Naturally

Yellowish teeth is one of the most common hygiene problems. Regular consumption of tea or coffee, wine, soda, smoking, candies, ice-creams and chocolates are some of the common factors behind this problem as well as poor oral hygiene. There are many ways however through which you can overcome this predicament. One popular way is scaling, which can be done by a dentist. That is however quite an expensive procedure and the best way is to rely on more natural methods.


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    Baking Soda:

    One of the easiest and cheapest ways of getting rid of the yellowish teeth is by using baking soda along with your normal toothpaste while brushing. It is recommended to brush properly with a bit of baking soda for around 5 to 10 minutes, and then rinse with water for around 1 minute before spitting out.

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    Baking Soda
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    Hydrogen Peroxide:

    To get rid of the yellow stains on your teeth at the earliest,  you can use Hydrogen peroxide, in extremely small amounts, before and after brushing. It is recommended to use mixture of water and 3% of Hydrogen Peroxide. The yellow stains will be removed very quickly if one uses Hydrogen Peroxide regularly while brushing. Do rinse with water to remove all the remaining substance of Hydrogen Peroxide, and also try not swallowing it.

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    Hydrogen Peroxide
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    Rub orange peels on the teeth to keep them white. It is recommended to rub the white part of the orange peel to get the desired result.

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    Orange Peel
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    Strawberry Pulp:

    The strawberry pulp has a natural bleaching effect, and it also tastes better than brushing with baking soda.

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    Strawberry Pulp
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    Salt and Vinegar:

    One of the most easiest ways of removing dark yellow stains from your teeth and retain their original white colour is by brushing your teeth with the mixture of salt and vinegar. However, the salt and vinegar mixture is extremely abrasive and could cause pain in enamel if used extensively.

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    Salt and Vinegar

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