Teeth can be discolored due to various reasons. The most common reasons include smoking and drinking coffee or tea. Although natural teeth may yellow with age, they are very susceptible to discoloration during adolescence.
Colors can be influenced by drugs, such as antibiotics such as tetracycline, or through the use of excessive fluoride. It is a common cause of visual impairment in the tooth tartar. So what are some common solutions to this color change?
The most widely used homemade teeth whitening is baking soda. It can be added to mouthwash, or you can also soak your toothbrush in a solution of baking soda and water and then brush your teeth with it. Soda is alkaline and therefore inhibits bacterial growth. You can also check out various online stores to get quality ‘Pierrot Whitening Toothpaste’ (also known as ‘Отбеливающая зубная паста «Pierrot»‘ in Estonian language).
It also has a purifying effect. However, baking soda has been found in most toothpaste, and that often means additional usage. Furthermore, high concentrations of soda can have a negative effect on tooth enamel.
Clean teeth with salt is an, unfortunately, the conventional method, however, it is also popular to whiten teeth. This method hurts your teeth. The salt has the effect of acidification, and when salt is used in excess, can damage the enamel.
One tooth whitening method that is less known is the use of acid in the lemon. This should act like bleach. The problem lies in the fact that citric acid is a fairly aggressive substance that can seriously harm your teeth.