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How to make teeth white? Simple, Easy and Cheapest way.

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Are you fed up with your teeth turning yellow? I do sometimes, when i brush my teeth and I dont feel it clean enough. Now you should not feel ashamed to smile. There is one common chemical which we can find. I am not talking about the raw one but the one which we can find in walgreen or walmart or cvs too.



I am talking about hydrogen peroxide, this is the one found in drug store; Now the balance of concentration is up to you. 

See the one with 3% USP.


1. Mix two parts hydrogen peroxide with one part water and swish around in your mouth for about 30 seconds.

2. If you think its ok to put directly and gums feel good, go ahead and do it.

3. Spit it out and proceed to brush your teeth with a whitening toothpaste. 

4. Once in your mouth, the hydrogen peroxide will begin to foam up but don't get scared.
 
5. Repeat this every day and you should start to see whiter teeth in about a week.

Result:


6. If you find your teeth sensible stop it.
 
(Price of this chemical is around 68 cents)




 
Dexterous posted Dec 13, 2012
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lilywow

I tried this last month and it worked. Great tip!!!

lilywow (rep: 8.6k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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Dexterous

So did you add water or you didn't add water in the chemical?

Dexterous (rep: 91.1k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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Acidbaby

Are you a doctor? Because giving medical advice such as this really isnt a good idea.

To start it doesnt work (well it will over the course of months of continued use). Peroxide is used in minute amounts in OTC cleaners, pastes, mouthwashes. So to tell someone to use a 2 to 1 ratio with water is a really bad idea. It destroys the necessary bacteria in your mouth, causes black tongue, only covers up the problem as it bleaches the bacteria on your teeth not your teeth itsel, and being that it is an acid and antiseptic it will eat away at the lining of your mouth over time.

Acidbaby (rep: 6.9k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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gbdelivery

That is because hydrogen peroxide is a common product found in Tooth Whiteners offered by Dentists. You can also find some suppliers willing to sell Dental Strength Whiteners direct to you. They work 10x better than crappy toothpaste whiteners!

gbdelivery (rep: 2) posted Dec 13, 2012

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kffight3r

wow I dont know if this is a good idea health-wise...

kffight3r (rep: 726) posted Dec 13, 2012

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Dexterous

Acidbaby: You give idea for what you have tried. If you think its not good for you, then don't do it. Did you hear what lily-wow said?

Who dares wins. Its up to you my friend, and i am just sharing.

Have you heard a quote: "You should not follow your health book, you may die of misprint"

Dexterous (rep: 91.1k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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Acidbaby

What I care about common sense. Why would you put a chemical such as this straight into your mouth? Some people also say to use straight chlorine bleach, so I guess if youre daring enough its all good if it works. Have you ever looked into any natural teeth whitening methods such as brushing with crushed strawberries? Rubbing banana peel on your teeth? Olive oil mixed with baking soda. They all work as well as peroxide and dont destroy your mouth.

Acidbaby (rep: 6.9k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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Dexterous

Great!!! So share it here, then we will know. thanks for your advice.

Dexterous (rep: 91.1k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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Acidbaby

Its not advice. Just saying its not a good idea to tell people to put a checmical in their mouths. There is a reason hospitals dont use H2O2 because it eats away healthy felsh as well as dead flesh. It kills necessary healthy bacteria. And well im not about putting something in my mouth that is capable of fueling a rocket.

As for the people who thumb down. WHy dont you join the conversation and explain?

Acidbaby (rep: 6.9k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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lancescape

"why would you put a chemical such as this straight into your mouth?"

hmmm, maybe because 3% hydrogen peroxide is already sold/marketed/fda-approved for oral use as a mouthwash/gargle..

"swish around in mouth for at least one minute, up to 4 times daily..."

lancescape (rep: 145) posted Dec 13, 2012

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Dexterous

Lancescape stated it loud and clear.

Dexterous (rep: 91.1k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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lancescape

Yes, I can read the label on a bottle of peroxide. Normally, I find it best not to engage a tin-foil-hatter directly, the rabbit hole can be deep. I'll just leave it there.

lancescape (rep: 145) posted Dec 13, 2012

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Acidbaby

The FDA also approves of Lindane, Trilocarban, Suprane, Aspartame, Triclosan, Heparin, BPA............. Go ask any nurse or doctor at any hospital why they dont use H202, ask your dentist if he recommends you use H202 as a regular method to whiten your teeth. Even at 3% H202 is strong enough to burn your mouth and cause long term adverse effects. Maybe its just me but I dont want my tongue to look like . this. Which of course is caused by H202.

Acidbaby (rep: 6.9k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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bbattag

Good study to read on this topic.

http://www.ada.org/sections/about/pdfs/HOD_whitening_rpt.pdf

bbattag (rep: 6.9k) posted Dec 13, 2012

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dealaboo

See the difference between the color of skin in both the pictures and decide it on your own weather to use it or not.

dealaboo (rep: 46) posted Dec 16, 2012

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gangstabarbie

i love teeth whiteners - they make you look younger. thanks

gangstabarbie (rep: 20.2k) posted Dec 17, 2012

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rosedoris

Yes dealaboo is right

rosedoris (rep: 15) posted Dec 18, 2012

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florinadeals

OMG! dealaboo

florinadeals (rep: 3) posted Dec 18, 2012

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saramor

U can also use of pinch of baking soda into yr toothpaste. I use it and my smile is like pearl sparkle.

saramor (rep: 704) posted Feb 05, 2013

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saramor

U can also use of pinch of baking soda into yr toothpaste. I use it and my smile is like pearl sparkle.

saramor (rep: 704) posted Feb 05, 2013

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Dealprince

very tempting...wanted to try for a better looking teeth..but again what about the health factor of the gums? is this method supported by any dentists?

Dealprince (rep: 535) posted Feb 05, 2013

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LisaNtom08

Very tempting. However, i do know someone who used peroxide on their teeth, left it on for too long, and you can actually see it destroyed her teeth. some of her teeth are darker than others. It actually took the enamal off of some of her teeth too and it almost looks like lines on her teeth. It's strange and hard to explain but I dont encourage this without talking to a dentist first!!

LisaNtom08 (rep: 1.6k) posted Feb 06, 2013

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erick99

I agree with AcidBaby on this one. Hydrogen Peroxide could cause problems with dental work, you could have a reaction to it, it could harm your gums, etc. In a worse case you could thin out the enamel on your teeth. I know you meant well posting this but I wouldn't want the liability with that kind of advice. I've done a lot of lab work back in my grad days with neurological agents and I just can't imagine telling people to do this.

erick99 (rep: 398k) posted Feb 22, 2013

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gables

Good but can be harmful if used frequently

gables (new user) posted Nov 21, 2013

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Joel06

is it chemical? Is there any side-effect to body?

Joel06 (new user) posted Apr 07, 2014

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