The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Natural Blaze
One of the first things people notice is our teeth. Besides being a beacon of health they are also a sign of confidence. Who doesn’t want to have whiter teeth? A study found that half of people who used chemical whiteners experienced painful side effects. They included blistered gums and tooth pain. Some patients even reported searing pain simply from air exposure while opening their mouths because their gums became very sensitive.(1) So how can we whiten teeth naturally?
The good news is that you don’t need to use harsh chemicals because there are ways to whiten teeth naturally.
Among the reasons teeth turn beige, yellow, or brown are:
Smoking cigarettes Drinking tea or coffee Eating a poor diet Thinning tooth enamel due to aging Suffering from dry mouth (saliva protects the enamel) Having blocked nasal passages and breathing through mouth Genetic factors Excessive fluoride intake Antibiotic usepost was originally published on this site