The Best Home Method to Whiten Your Teeth, Remove Stains and Tartar and Prevent Plaque Buildup

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Tooth staining and plaque buildup are common dental issues that occur as the result of consumption of certain foods, smoking, genetics and last, but not least, lack of oral hygiene.

These issues can easily be treated with expensive dental procedures, which waste not just your time, but your money as well. If these issues are bothering you, you needn’t worry any more.

The medicinal properties of apple cider vinegar are widely known and appreciated. Made by fermenting apples, raw organic ACV is abundant in beneficial enzymes, pectin, and trace minerals, all of which do a world of good for your health. Moreover, it’s rich in pectin and is a great mouth and throat wash. Owing to its strong antibacterial properties, ACV effectively kills bacteria, and removes stains and tartar from your teeth.

How to use ACV to whiten your teeth

Mix 2 teaspoons of ACV with 250ml water. Stir well. Use this solution as a mouth rinse every morning before brushing your teeth. What you do is swish it around your mouth for 15-20 seconds and spit it out. Then brush with a toothbrush. Finally, wash your teeth with toothpaste, as usual.

Note: Be careful not to make a stronger solution than the one recommended here because this may damage your tooth enamel.
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