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How Often Can You Use Baking Soda On Your Teeth
Never! : Peroxide and baking soda can sometimes whiten your teeth, but they don't do it predictably or safely. You have no idea what is happening or what can go wrong when you experiment with chemicals like those in your bathroom. Buy some decent dental bleach from a reputable company or your dentist...Then you'll know it will work and that you'll be safe! spend a little money and do it right. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Baking Soda, H2O2: I don't necessarily advocate this although i an aware that this has been around for a long time and some dentists do recommend it. In my opinion, i would ask the general dentist or periodontist who you use and can evaluate the health of your gums advise you. ...Read more
Yes.: Baking soda is safe. But baking soda alone contains no fluoride, so there is no point in brushing with pure baking soda. Fluoride toothpaste will help strengthen the enamel and make them more resistant to cavities, so its important to always use toothpaste with fluoride. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes, but....: Baking soda can be used instead of toothpaste to clean teeth. It can do almost as much for as toothpaste. The best way to make sure your teeth are cleaned evenly is to use the proper technique for brushing and spend enough time brushing. Flossing will significantly help also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My teeth are geneticaly brown but i really want them whiter i've looked online and they said use baking soda and peroxide i don't know if it will work?
Genetically ?: Genetics can affect the shade of your teeth but from the way you stated your question, I am concerned that possibly you may have staining from taking tetracycline antibiotics as a child. This would not be genetic but will make your teeth grey, brown or in that range but unacceptably dark. Bleaching may help but it will be a long term endeavor and will need to be under the supervision of your dds. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Early toothpaste: Some parents use a little baking soda on infant teeth instead of the non-fluoride tooth paste when they have trouble finding it or to get medication stains off.Fluoride tp is not recommended early on when babies swallow a lot of the gel, i generally prefer to have a dentist apply the gel directly in early childhood & wait for regular Fluoride tp until the kid is ~3. I see little pbs with it in kids. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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