A dentist friend told me how to remove tartar and whiten my teeth in 4 easy steps

A dentist friend told me how to remove tartar and whiten my teeth in 4 easy steps


It is important to have a good oral hygiene to help prevent the appearance of tartar in teeth, limit the development of cavities and other dental problems and maintain the whiteness of the teeth.


Natural remedies and tricks can also be very effective in helping you have healthy and white teeth. A diet low in vitamins and minerals and a high consumption of sweet products increase the risk of cavities and tartar.


A dentist entrusted us with this natural remedy to help remove tartar from teeth and whitening your teeth in 4 easy steps.

4 steps to have white teeth without tartar

Ingredients:
- 1 tablespoon of baking soda
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- ½ tablespoon of salt
- Water
- A toothbrush
- A bowl
- A toothpick
- Mouthwash

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Preparation
Step 1. Mix in a bowl the baking soda and salt. Then moisten your toothbrush with water and then dip it into the mixture. Brush your teeth for 3 minutes and spit out the mixture.

Step 2. Mix the lemon with warm water. Use that mixture to gargle for a minute. Spit and rinse the mouth with water.

Step 3. To remove the tartar, you can use a toothpick carefully around your gum and not to scratch yourself. The tartar will be a little softened and will be easier to remove.

Step 4. Lastly, use a mouth wash to rinse off and remove any bacteria that can damage your teeth. You can also prepare a homemade mouth rinse with cloves.

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Simply infuse 3 to 4 sweet cloves in warm water. Cloves have antiseptic, antibacterial and anesthetic properties.

Warnings: This remedy for teeth whitening and tartar removal should be used once a week to avoid damaging the tooth enamel.

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