Is it healthy to brush your teeth with sodium bicarbonate?

Why? It's not un-healthy... But why would you use it? There are many toothpastes out there with sodium bicarbonate - arm and hammer. Plus with a toothpaste you get the flouride. If you are brushing only with baking soda... Get the benefit of flouride and use a toothpaste with both.
Yes. Baking soda is antibacteria and a mild abrasive to polish your teeth.

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Is bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) of soda and lemon bad for your teeth enamel?

No and yes. The use of bicarbonates (sodium bicarbonate) to brush your teeth or to rinse your mouth are in fact good for your teeth enamel. Buffering acids that accumulate against the teeth reduces demineralization of enamel. On the other hand, the acids in lemon are weak acids that in prolonged use, as in sucking lemons frequently leads to demineralization of enamel. This is also seen in swirling coke and pepsi. Read more...

Is bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) of soda bad for skin and teeth?

No. No, but not much good, either. Use a dentifrice with the american dental assn seal on the package. That way you'll know that the claims on the package have been proven to be accurate, and the toothpaste does what it says. Read more...

What age do you have to be to use bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) of soda in your teeth with a toothbrush please tell me?

Ask your own dentist. I don't think that you should do anything on your own without the asking the dentist who personally treats you. Ask your parent to call or the next time you visit the dentist. In the meantime use regular fluoridated toothpaste and also floss your teeth. If you don't know how to floss, ask your dentist or dental hygienist to show you how. Read more...
There are some. Commercially available brands of baking soda toothpaste that are safe. That would be a better alternative than a home made remedy. Hope this helps. Read more...
Not at any age. You should not use bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) soda to brush your teeth with at any age ever.. As these might ruin you teeth enamel from the high abrasive contents of the soda.. Use toothpaste ;). Read more...

Could anyone knew any way like sodium bicarbonate or something theat can dissasolve/remove caries from my teeth?

Sorry, no. The only way to restore teeth with caries is to see a dentist for care. There's no magic paste or liquid or technique you can do at home to solve this problem. Please make the call. Read more...
No way. Once dental caries get to the point that the enamel is compromised, there is no real way to dissolve them. Lasers are making strides to hopefully have some success in eliminating without drilling, but the depth of the caries is critical. Read more...

Can sodium bicarbonate take away teeth stains?

Yes. Also known as baking soda. Baking soda was commonly used by mixing with water and using it to brush your teeth. Dentists don't recommend using it this way, but many toothpaste companies have incorporated sodium bicarbonate in their whitening toothpastes. If used properly, these toothpastes are helpful for removing extrinsic stains. If the staining is intrinsic, no amount of baking soda will work. Read more...

Please tell me if I should use bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) of soda to help whiten my teeth?

You can. There are a variety of products, but i like the new sheer white strips. Great results with one use on most patients in 2 hours. Ps get your teeth cleaned and polished prior to use. Read more...

Is bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) of soda corrosive to tooth enamel?

Abrasive? . It is abrasive, which is why it is often used in whitening toothpastes. Read more...
The carbonation... Is not harmful to the teeth as far as i know. However, some people do not like the carbonation in soda, so they will swish. I call them coke swishers. This action can lead to rapid decay and breakdown of the mandibular first molars as the coke is swished right above these teeth. To make it worse, these are the first permanent teeth to come into a child's mouth. Read more...
Not really. It will "polish" more than corrode. Microscopically, may show some "grinding" but not significant as to worry about it. Read more...
Bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) of soda. Bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) of soda is basically baking soda which is abrasive and can be harmful to enamel if used too regularly and or too vigorously, although it is in some "whitening" toothpastes it really does little to whiten the enamel rather is a good polishing agent to remove stain and make your teeth appear whiter or brighter because they are not as dirty. Read more...