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jhonmartinvish
10-08-12, 01:57 AM
ever see people who have like white teeth on the bottom but near the gums its yellow and will not scrape off etc. please help. and how do you get white teeth very soon. like a week

Reesacat
10-08-12, 11:51 AM
Welcome, jhonmartinvish. We have a New Member's section — please introduce yourself to the forum!
As far as what you need in a week, a good professional cleaning by a trained dental hygienist is needed to scrape the tartar plaque off.
After that, brushing and flossing and oil pulling will help. I use a mixture of baking soda moistened with hydrogen peroxide to whiten teeth once a week.

See the links on our forum for more information:
http://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=8061&highlight=pulling
http://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=7780&highlight=pulling
http://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=17

bmc65
10-08-12, 12:58 PM
I've also heard brushing with crushed strawberries and baking soda work, as well as, rubbing the inside of banana peal on you teeth. Ultimately I've read and believe a whole food, unprocessed diet with a hefty percent of veg will help whiten teeth and also keep them from yellowing in the first place.

Islander
10-08-12, 06:20 PM
Smokers are also more inclined to have yellow teeth.

Mr. Wizard
10-19-12, 09:13 PM
After a good dental cleaning, eating a raw apple with the skin everyday will also help keep teeth clean and white. The pectin in the apple and the abrasiveness of the skin rubbing against the teeth while chewing is what keeps the teeth clean.

StephenX
11-01-12, 08:14 PM
Back on the hydrogen peroxide soapbox again. Before I brush my teeth, I spray 3% food grade H2O2 into my mouth. It really goes after any plaque on your teeth; and it will eventually whiten your teeth and keep them that way.

highlander
11-01-12, 11:58 PM
Coffee, tea, and wine stain teeth too. I'll get mine clean then have a cup of coffee and there ya go.

Maurya
11-02-12, 08:13 AM
StephenX, what is the reason for using H2O2 prior to brushing teeth instead of following brushing teeth? Either way, it sounds like a good idea.

StephenX
11-07-12, 05:52 PM
StephenX, what is the reason for using H2O2 prior to brushing teeth instead of following brushing teeth? Either way, it sounds like a good idea.

I use the peroxide first because it gets a little foamy; and it loosens up the stuff on your teeth. After brushing you can rinse it all out of your mouth...shiny :)