It’s a common fact that almost everything you can buy in the drugstore as remedy or prescribed treatment – you can alternatively do it at home. A toothpaste, a headache remedy, therapy that improves your circulation etc…
When it comes to dental surgery and dental issues, unfortunately, you can’t find a replacement at your home to cure a rotten tooth, put a plumb and find a permanent solution for the ache in your tooth.
You simply must visit the dentist and let’s be honest – it’s not a very cheap procedure as well.
Well, for one “dentist favor” you can skip the dentist’s office and make a DIY treatment. That’s tooth whitening. There are also many teeth whitening products in the stores, but why waste money when you can simply do the same treatment at home?
The bases of the whitening treatment are mostly carbon, or carbamide peroxide to be more exact. It’s not so weird. Do you know what primitive people used for the same purpose and also for washing dishes? Ashes. It has the same substance inside.
To do a whitening treatment at home, in the form of a paste, you would need the following ingredients:
- Aluminum foil
- Baking soda
Quite cheap ingredients, right?
Next you would need to take a little tea spoon of baking soda and mix it with one quarter of you regular toothbrush dose. Then, make a piece from the aluminum foil that’s wide as your teeth.
Then apply the mixed paste with the baking soda on the aluminum foil and put it on your teeth. Then comes the “hard part” you should let it stay like that for an hour.
Repeat the same for about two weeks to get remarkable and really visible results. Or just do it until someone compliments you about your teeth.
Because we are not using any toxic chemicals in this procedure, it has also been confirmed by dentist that is completely safe and harmless to do it at home.
Give it a try and tell us what you think!
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