How do you remove tobacco stains from teeth?


Removing tobacco stains from your teeth can be done with hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, or toothpaste. The toothpaste is the first choice, but it shouldn't be just any old brand of toothpaste. Pick out a tube of either whitening toothpaste, such as Rembrandt, or a toothpaste that is made specifically for smokers. Sprinkle some baking soda on your toothbrush and use that to brush your teeth. Rinse your mouth with hydrogen peroxide--be sure not to swallow any though.
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1. Make a paste from baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. recommends you use the peroxide sparingly because it can cause a burning sensation. Put the paste on a soft
To remove tobacco stains, use Supersmile whitening
Teeth discolorations can be extrinsic or intrinsic. Extrinsic stains: Extrinsic stains can be due to Tooth deposits called tartar/calculus. Excess Intake of beverages like coffee,
A simple effective stain remover is a paste of baking soda and water. Using a SOFT tooth brush and a minimum of paste brush your teeth gently for several minutes and rinse immediately
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How to Remove Tobacco Stains From Your Teeth
Smoking stains your teeth over time and if you are not careful, those unsightly stains can become permanent. Professional whitening can help get rid of tobacco stains from your teeth, but it also can be pricey. Tobacco stains also can be removed at home... More »
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