How To Bleach Your Teeth For Pennies On The Dollar!

How To Bleach Your Teeth For Pennies On The Dollar!

A little while ago, I decided I had to do something about my ghastly looking teeth. After many, many years of drinking coffee, tea and red wine, my teeth had gone completely dark. And all the smoking I’ve done also hasn’t really helped improve my dental situation a whole lot. There were yellowish stains all over my teeth and the problem was seriously getting out of hand. I had to do something, because I was refraining from smiling to people. It was kind of affecting my self esteem. I started looking around on the web for a way to whiten my teeth cheaply. You won’t believe how many whitening products there are out there!

I didn’t want to spend a whole lot, because I don’t have a whole to spend. So I needed a cheap solution. I tried a whitening toothpaste at first, hoping that it would give me the results that were advertised. Unfortunately, it didn’t. A friend of mine has had her teeth whitened by a dentist, but that cost her a few hundred bucks. I wish I had that kind of money, but I just don’t. I asked her how the dentist bleached her teeth and she told me that the secret is all in the hydrogen peroxide gel that he applies to the teeth. It’s this hydrogen peroxide chemical that does all the bleaching.

So I started looking around for a cheap product based on hydrogen peroxide. I didn’t find any. So I simply made my own! I know a little bit about chemistry, so I figured that if I would mix hydrogen peroxide with baking soda, I would create a whitening paste that I could use to brush my own teeth with. Both baking soda as well as hydrogen peroxide can be gotten for very little money at a store.

If you’d like to give this a shot, then also get these two things and mix them together to create your own whitening paste. If you use that toothpaste to brush your teeth for a few weeks in a row, then you will most certaintly get results from it. Just don’t forget to clean out your mouth with water after using this paste. It would be harmful to leave hydrogen peroxide behind in your mouth. And always make sure the hydrogen peroxide solution has a low concentration of around 3%!

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