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In brief: Nope

They are two different materials.
Baking powder is for baking, and baking soda is abrasive and will do a terrific job of wearing away your enamel, over time. If you really want whiter teeth, you will need to use otc drugstore products or have it done professionally.

In brief: Nope

They are two different materials.
Baking powder is for baking, and baking soda is abrasive and will do a terrific job of wearing away your enamel, over time. If you really want whiter teeth, you will need to use otc drugstore products or have it done professionally.
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Dr. R Lee Hinson
Dentistry
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In brief: You may certainly

Use baking soda, but don't expect significant (or any) obvious whitening.
You should consult w your dentist to have teeth professionally bleached if you want your teeth to be lightened. Some over the counter products for can work too, but professional bleaching is the overall best technique. By the way, you are better served if you use a good toothpaste instead of baking soda alone. Good luck!

In brief: You may certainly

Use baking soda, but don't expect significant (or any) obvious whitening.
You should consult w your dentist to have teeth professionally bleached if you want your teeth to be lightened. Some over the counter products for can work too, but professional bleaching is the overall best technique. By the way, you are better served if you use a good toothpaste instead of baking soda alone. Good luck!
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