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Has anybody used baking soda to make a paste to whiten your teeth? I've recently discovered the taste for coffee and in return had my teeth stained. I want to try some sort of cost effective and saf… Read More
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1m, 2w agoPosted 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Has anybody used baking soda to make a paste to whiten your teeth?

I've recently discovered the taste for coffee and in return had my teeth stained.

I want to try some sort of cost effective and safe teeth whitening, I thought about the whitening strips but thought baking soda would be more safe as a first timer.
I've read that it can make your teeth sensitive but mine are anyway and I use sensadyne, some say use every other day and some say once a week.
Do you brush every part of you teeth or just the visible areas?

Has anybody tried this?
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1m, 2w agoPosted 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Don't do it.

Using baking soda will cause abrasion to your teeth, resulting in loss of tooth and increased sensitivity.
#2
Bad for your teeth
Crest strips might be an answer?
I use pronamel toothpaste for my sensitive teeth
#3
Get monkey powder,from asian stores,will do the job
#4
As above, baking soda will harm your teeth.

Crest strips worked a treat for me, if you give them a try make sure you get them from a reputable source :) the extra you pay will be worth it (not fake!)
#5
I use sensodyne repair and protect with whitening. it's gentle on teeth and mine have been much healthier and whiter! it's around £3 for a tube
#6
Thanks for the answers. I use Senodyne on a regular basis but whitening toothpastes don't really make a difference.

snoopy18
Bad for your teeth
Crest strips might be an answer?
I use pronamel toothpaste for my sensitive teeth

kearnico
As above, baking soda will harm your teeth.
Crest strips worked a treat for me, if you give them a try make sure you get them from a reputable source :) the extra you pay will be worth it (not fake!)
Can you recommend a place to buy some genuine ones and and what price should they be?
#7
I use Eucryl stain removing toothpowder once or twice a week and normal toothpaste the rest of the time, that sorts out coffee stains. (It used to be called "Smokers Toothpowder"!)
You can also get Eucryl toothpaste now which is more convenient.
I wouldn't use baking soda "neat" on your teeth, bit too abrasive.

Edited By: Delbert.Grady on Jun 13, 2017 15:32:
#8
Charcoal powder has pretty good reviews,had to order it to collect instore at boots ,as its so popular it was always oos.it cost £9.99 for a small jar.
#9
Spartan117b
Charcoal powder has pretty good reviews,had to order it to collect instore at boots ,as its so popular it was always oos.it cost £9.99 for a small jar.
Have you tried it yet?
#10
I guess you don't brush with charcoal in public then?
https://www.giftlikeaboss.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/290x364/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/c/h/charcoal-toothpaste-natural-teeth-whitener-1.jpg
#11
toiletseatlicker
I guess you don't brush with charcoal in public then?https://www.giftlikeaboss.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/290x364/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/c/h/charcoal-toothpaste-natural-teeth-whitener-1.jpg
Looks horrific but I'm willing to try it if it works :D
#12
Spartan117b
Charcoal powder has pretty good reviews,had to order it to collect instore at boots ,as its so popular it was always oos.it cost £9.99 for a small jar.

Holland & Barrett (& other retailers) sell tubes of paste. These are far more sink/bathroom surface-friendly than the jars of powder, & much easier to apply to a toothbrush:

[ http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/shop/product/ecodenta-extra-black-whitening-toothpaste-with-black-charcoal-teavigo-60006921 ]
#13
YouMuppet
Thanks for the answers. I use Senodyne on a regular basis but whitening toothpastes don't really make a difference.
snoopy18
Bad for your teeth
Crest strips might be an answer?
I use pronamel toothpaste for my sensitive teeth
kearnico
As above, baking soda will harm your teeth.
Crest strips worked a treat for me, if you give them a try make sure you get them from a reputable source :) the extra you pay will be worth it (not fake!)
Can you recommend a place to buy some genuine ones and and what price should they be?
I guess a dentist, I don't know as I use gel in a tray from dentist every now and then
#14
Charcoal tablets are abrasive as well but I used to just chew a charcoal tablet and just leave it on my teeth for 10 mins. I use Turmeric but like the Chacoal you end up with orange or black tongue
#15
If you want to whiten your teeth, try the toothpastes (the non-abrasive ones). If they don't work, then ask your dentist!
After all, they know a lot more than an online deals forum and will give you evidence based advice!
#16
YouMuppet
Thanks for the answers. I use Senodyne on a regular basis but whitening toothpastes don't really make a difference.

snoopy18
Bad for your teeth
Crest strips might be an answer?
I use pronamel toothpaste for my sensitive teeth

kearnico
As above, baking soda will harm your teeth.
Crest strips worked a treat for me, if you give them a try make sure you get them from a reputable source :) the extra you pay will be worth it (not fake!)
Can you recommend a place to buy some genuine ones and and what price should they be?


Sure, I pay about £35-40 sold and fulfilled by amazon.com for a 20 treatment pack (the professional effects ones are the best shape). They arrive in about a week and the price includes any import duties payable. Avoid marketplace sellers and ebay.
#17
Yes,it leaves your teeth feeling as if youve been to the dentist, not sure whether its whitening them yet,only time will tell.it was reccomended on "this morning "program wonder if holly willerby uses it ,her teeth are white.
#18
Spartan117b
Yes,it leaves your teeth feeling as if youve been to the dentist, not sure whether its whitening them yet,only time will tell.it was reccomended on "this morning "program wonder if holly willerby uses it ,her teeth are white.
She advertises Oral B 3D white toothpaste, I doubt that's what made them white :D
#19
another option is coconut oil, they sell it in tescos.
#20
Miswak sticks are well worth trying: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miswak
Cheap, natural and effective.

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