Be carefull. Baking soda is abrasive so be carefull. I wouldn't use it, but if you want to, make sure you don't brush too hard and make sure you use a soft toothbrush.
YES. Baking soda is another household remedy not only to whiten laundry but use to scrub teeth as well.
No. Baking soda will scrub away surface stains but it won't whiten your teeth.
Sort of. Baking soda 'whitens' teeth slightly by scrubbing off superficial stains. But. Baking soda has no 'bleaching' (chemical activity) possibility! Try 'crest white strips' which actually has chemicals to safely bleach/whiten teeth.
No. No baking soda can be used to clean teeth and it may remove some stains but the best way to whiten teeth is with products that use whitening gels that are peroxide based. They can be purchased over the counter or from your dentist.
Yes. There are whitening products safe for teenagers that can be dispensed by your dentist. Check with your dentist.
Whitening for 11 yo? Have your daughter's dentist examine her brushing habits as well as health of teeth and gums and then discuss whether or not it would be appropriate to try to whiten her and if so, what would be the best method. There are many mild to strong whitening products and techniques, both in office and OTC. Unless a real problem, whitening for an 11 year old?
Teeth whitening. You can use over the counter tooth paste or crest 3D whitening strips or pens. However, they are not so effective and/or stable. OTC bleach and whitening tooth paste could be used as a supplement only. A professional home whitening system with custom trays for the long term effect. You will be very happy with the results.
Bleaching teeth. Baking soda is an abrasive, so it doesn't really whiten teeth, rather, it can remove some superficial stains like coffee, tea, smoking etc.
Whiten teeth. Please see a dentist to get your teeth whitend up and you will also be taught how to keep your lovely teeth sparkling!
Baking soda.... .. does not whiten teeth. It is an abrasive that will scrub away superficial stain, but that's about it. It will also abrade your enamel, so overuse will make your teeth weaker, thinner, and yellower. The strongest and fastest acting products are distributed by your dentist.
Fast? Took a long time to become discolored. Don't expect a miracle cure with OtC remedies. Baking soda is not a whitening agent, it's a mild abrasive. Overuse can actually damage enamel. The best solution, see your Dentist for a professional cleaning (removes surface stain), and also for Dentist supervised treatment to whiten your teeth by intrinsic chemical reaction.
Takes time. Use the tooth paste for that.
Not good. Pure baking soda can damage the tooth. Mixed as a paste with peroxide is an old remedy for gum disease. Whitening needs a better technique - talk to your dentist for proper ways to do it in your situation.
Not much. Baking soda will clean off some stains and make your teeth look whiter, but it does not actually whiten your teeth.
It should. Different patient have different results and outcome baking soda usually help remove stain.
Whitening. Whitening? Very little to nothing.
Not really. This combination is more to reduce bacterial populations in periodontal or gum disease rather than whitening teeth. You can get some lightening with this by removing plaque and surface debris. These solutions do not stay in contact with your teeth long enough to penetrate through the enamel into the dentin to lighten the teeth.