1:To strengthen the teeth by rubbing the teeth with oil:
You will need 1 tablespoon of extra virgin coconut oil. All you have to do before brushing your teeth is to brush your teeth with oil for 15-20 minutes, then pour the oil and wash your teeth well with warm water. And brush your teeth in the usual way. Aside from extra virgin coconut oil, the other oils that you can use are sesame oil, safflower oil, and olive oil.
You need to repeat this recipe every morning and before going to bed.
Extra virgin coconut oil has many dental health benefits because it removes all the impurities in every corner and corner inside the mouth and eliminates all harmful microbes in the mouth. It removes any accumulation on the teeth and gums, which in turn strengthens the teeth.2:Baking soda can help teeth whitening.
Baking soda is an often recommended ingredient for teeth whitening. A true natural descaler, baking soda has mild abrasive properties that reduce plaque and smooth tooth enamel. It also has the advantage of cleaning up the mouth and preventing cavities from forming.
How to use it ?
Apply a little baking soda powder to the toothbrush once a week, in place of the toothpaste. Be careful not to use it too regularly because baking soda can also be responsible for weakened enamel.
3:Tea-Tree essential oil help to have a healthy teeth
In addition to treating gingivitis, canker sores, abscesses and bad breath, tea tree essential oil, also called Melaleuca, helps to clean your mouth and teeth. Its antibacterial and antifungal properties make this oil an excellent oral antiseptic. Although it has not been scientifically proven, tea tree essential oil is also believed to contain active ingredients that are said to whiten teeth.
How to use it ?
As a mouthwash, gargle with half a glass of water in which a few drops of Melaleuca essential oil have been incorporated.
Apply 1 drop of this essential oil directly to the mouth ulcer with a cotton swab, once a day until it disappears.
Apply 1 drop of tea-tree essential oil directly to the toothpaste and gently brush your teeth, only once a week so as not to damage the enamel.
4:Find out which oral health diet is right for you
A lot of money is spent on better oral care products. Realize, however, that there is an actual regimen of toothpaste, mouth rinses, and “extra care” products that are right for you.
The first step is to define the “type” of the disease. It can be divided into 4 basic conditions: susceptible to cavities, sensitive, stained teeth, and bad gums.
You can ask the dentist what category each case falls into. Each dental product contains key ingredients designed for each patient group, and therefore, using the correct oral care products can make a big difference in the longevity of your teeth.
5:Take a sea salt bath
Very rich in iodine, sea salt is an excellent antibacterial and a great ally for white teeth. Once or twice a week, mix a pinch of coarse salt with lukewarm water and soak your toothbrush in it before washing.
6:Dip your toothbrush in lemon juice
Just like baking soda or sea salt, lemon juice is an effective natural way to fight against yellowing of teeth. Once a week, dip your toothbrush in a few drops of lemon and brush your teeth with it. However, do not overuse this technique because the acidity of the lemon tends to strip the enamel.
7:Have good dental hygiene
It seems obvious but it is essential to have excellent dental hygiene to hope to have white teeth. In addition to removing dental plaque, which promotes tooth staining, you will minimize the risk of infections or cavities. Ideally, brush your teeth three times a day after each meal.
8:Bring dental floss
Flossing is a great way to remove dental plaque and the build-up between your teeth. To be used in addition to brushing, carefully avoiding the gum tissue
9:Treat yourself to regular descaling
Once or twice a year, make an appointment with the dentist to have your teeth descaled. It eliminates tartar that does not go off when brushing and therefore brightens the smile.
10:Change your toothbrush often
Over the days and weeks, the bristles on your toothbrush get damaged. In addition to keeping bacteria, it loses in efficiency and therefore contributes to the accumulation of tartar on your teeth. To remedy this, remember to change your toothbrush every two or three months (maximum).
11:Adapt your complexion to your teeth
To make your teeth appear whiter, you need to create an optical effect! A slightly too pale complexion will tend to considerably accentuate yellow teeth while a “healthy glow” effect will attenuate them. In the same vein, beware of excessively dark lipsticks.
12:Consume whitening foods:
To display a zero-defect smile, favor foods such as apple or mint which have “cleansing” and therefore whitening properties. Conversely, avoid acidic foods that weaken the enamel and those that tend to quickly color the teeth, such as red wine or red fruits. And if you do eat it, consider brushing your teeth right after to limit the damage.
13:Have your teeth whitened at the dentist
Finally, if after trying all these tips you do not see any improvement, you can always go to the dentist and seek professional treatment. Very effective, this treatment will still cost you nearly 1000 euros.