Quickly Remove Food Stains From Teeth

Now, this is all about whitening your teeth inexpensively and getting the great results that you can do at home at any time. But first, I want to just explain common things that stain our teeth. Blueberries, way up on the list.

Quickly Remove Food Stains From Teeth
Quickly Remove Food Stains From Teeth

What about your teas? Even your healthy teas? And again, this is not soup. This is coffee. I just wanted to show you the stains of what this can leave in your bowl, in your glass, as well as on your teeth. But what I’m going to do is I’m going to empty this and come back and show you the stains.

By the way, these were all put in about 1 hour ago. So imagine when you’re drinking teas or coffees or berries or fruit juices, and you repetitively do it day after day, week after week, month after month. It starts to build on our enamel.

Our teeth start to look discolored and get darkened and not so good. But there is a magical thing we can do, is called baking soda. That’s right. This baking soda not only can help deodorize your home do cleaning around your house, but when it comes to your teeth, this is a magical thing that can do wonderful things fast.

So what I’m going to do is that we want to take the baking soda a little bit in a little bit of a bowl, or however you like to do it. And once you put your baking soda in there, you’re gonna take a little bit of water, little bit of water.

And then we’ll take a spoon, and we’ll just mix it up like this until it becomes like a. Like a paste, kind of like a toothpaste, but you don’t need a lot of water. Then after we make this little paste, it starts to harden up.

As you can see it, this little bit is gonna go on your toothbrush. And then we’re going to gently, very gently take the toothbrush, soft bristles, and then go in little circular motions on the outside of our teeth, even behind our teeth.

And this is going to remove those stains. But hold on. I will explain a little bit about the physiology, about the benefits of what baking soda can do for your health when it comes to your teeth. And baking soda is known as sodium bicarbonate, as this will help scrub away those stains off your teeth if it’s coffee, tea, wine, or other pigmented foods and beverages.

Now, physiologically, baking soda interacts with the surface of the teeth, breaking down the molecules that cause discoloration. Its alkaline ph can also help neutralize acids in the mouth, reducing the risk of tooth decay. And gum disease.

Additionally, baking soda has antibacterial properties that can help combat harmful bacteria in the mouth, contributing to overall oral health. So what I’m going to do first, just to show you how these berries, blueberries particularly, stain, not only is ceramic, but your teeth as well as coffee.

As you can see here, this is only an hour. Imagine coffee sitting in there longer. It’s going to start staining the ceramic as well as the tea. So let me empty it, come back, look at the stains, and then we’ll do our little experiment.

We’ll take a little paste, put it on the toothbrush, and kind of clean the ceramic, those stains as if you were going to clean your teeth. Once you see this, it’s going to make so much more sense to you. So here is our coffee. Only in here about an hour. You can see, as it’s drying up around the outside, those stains. And here’s our blueberries.

Look at the little bowl here. Imagine if you’re eating these berries, drinking teas, your fruit juices, drinking your coffee every day, what you’re doing to your teeth. So let’s go back to our baking soda. Put a little bit of water as we did before.

Here’s a little paste on a very soft bristle. Very important. Cause we want that for our teeth. And if I come in around the outside here, and I just lightly go around just like this, it comes off so easy. Yes. You see a little discoloration there from the blueberries, but just this little bit is like magic. It’s like eraser. It just lightly takes it off.

If I come around this side here, it just takes it off like, like barely anything. So the lesson here is that we want to brush very, very simply, very lightly. If you look around the outside here, as I come around here, it just takes it off like, like an eraser.

I’m barely even doing anything. And you can just see the difference here, how this is becoming much wider, little circular motions as we do this. This will make a tremendous difference when it comes to your teeth.

Now, remember, when you do this, you want to use this only maybe once or twice a week, very short duration. You want to make sure you’re brushing real, real light. You don’t want to overdo anything because of the abrasiveness in baking soda. But remember, all our toothpaste today, they have baking soda in it, small amounts.

Remember, keep your teeth safe. And if you have any questions, always follow up with your dentist. I hope you enjoyed this video. Please share it with your friends and family. And most important. Make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.

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