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How to Naturally Whiten Teeth FAST (Without the Harsh Chemicals)

When you hear a funny joke, do you automatically smile wide and laugh, or do you self-consciously cover your mouth and give your best closed-lip grin? If you’re too embarrassed to reveal your brown- and yellow-stained teeth to others, you’re definitely not alone!

If you’re anything like me, you’re frustrated by messy peroxide whitening systems that cause unbearable sensitivity without any lasting results. But you don’t have to surrender to those expensive bleach kits! If you really want dazzling white teeth without the pain and tooth damage, learn how to naturally whiten teeth using my revolutionary, non-toxic LED light system.

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Everything You Need To Know About LED Teeth Whitening [VIDEO]

Feeling like your teeth aren’t as white as they could be? There is a variety of factors that cause teeth to become discolored. The most common include smoking, drinking coffee, poor dietary choices, and medications. 

Aging can also impact the brightness and color of our teeth. As we get older, the enamel starts to thin and is more susceptible to stains. Having a healthy layer of enamel is crucial. This creates a protective layer that helps fight discoloration.

Are you sick of horrible-tasting bleaching chemicals? Do you want to whiten your teeth without making them super sensitive? Want to avoid expensive trips to the dentist for whitening treatments? If this sounds like you, you should consider this easy, affordable, at-home option… 

An LED teeth whitening kit! By using natural whitening ingredients and LED light, you can smile with confidence.

What is LED Light?

LED stands for Light Emitting Diode. It releases light when an electrical current is present. The light can be any color on the visible spectrum, such as blue-violet or red. LED lights are very bright, yet they don’t put off as much heat as incandescent or halogen lamps.

LED lights are highly efficient. The LED is always at its highest intensity, even without a warm-up period. This means you can immediately apply LED lights to your teeth after they are turned on.

LED Light's Whitening Power

LED light won’t whiten your teeth on its own. Similar to other whitening methods, you will need to apply a whitening agent to your teeth. The LED light speeds up the reaction of the whitening agent. 

It’s a fast, easy way to whiten your teeth. And, when used with an all-natural whitening agent, it’s non-toxic and incredibly safe. 

How Safe is LED Light?

Certain types of light can cause health concerns. For example, most people are concerned about exposure to UV light and the side effects associated with it. Are you worried about light exposure and the potential for an increased risk of cancer? Well, you don’t have to worry at all with LED lights! 

The LED light is visible. That means it won’t cause ionizing radiation. Whitening your teeth with LED light won’t cause cell mutations or other harmful side effects.

Another awesome benefit of blue LED light is its antibacterial properties. Studies have found that blue light kills off the bacteria that causes tartar build-up on the teeth. You can also lessen the risk of gum disease, cavities, and other dental health issues. 

Have we convinced you yet to use an LED teeth whitening system…?

Go All-Natural

At-home LED teeth whitening kits to seem to be all the rage right now. If you’ve thought about getting one, stay away from the kits that use harmful bleaching agents. Yes, they’ll whiten your teeth, but they taste bad and can cause sensitivity issues. 

Instead, go the natural route. Natural whitening LED kits to use safe and all-natural ingredients that will brighten your smile without causing negative side effects.

Some of the most popular ingredients used in natural whitening kits include:

  • Activated charcoal 
  • Olive oil 
  • Clays  
  • Essential oils

Essential oils are primarily added for flavoring. However, they also have beneficial properties for your teeth and gums.

Keeping Your White Smile

You can whiten your teeth all you want, but if you keep your bad habits, your smile won’t stay nice for long. You should already be brushing and flossing on a daily basis. This helps remove the residue from food and drink and prevents future discoloration.  

If you smoke, you’ll have to kick that bad habit to the curb. Smoking is dangerous to your dental health. It discolors your teeth and can lead to gum disease, tooth loss, and mouth cancer. 

Having a whiter smile can be life-changing. You'll have more confidence doing everyday things like taking selfies or talking to your friends. It’s time to invest in an all-natural, completely safe LED teeth whitening kit. In just a few days, your smile will be better than ever!

References

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/20002297.2019.1628577

https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2005/04/blue-light-suppresses-oral-pathogens/

https://harvardmagazine.com/2006/01/light-blitzes-plaque.html

The Most Terrifying Experience of My Life...

It's true -- I've always hated going to the dentist. Everything about it just made me cringe. 

So when I went for my first teeth whitening session a while back, needless to say I was less than excited. But my umpteen-cup-a-day coffee habit had steadily turned my pearly whites into a dull gray. I had to do something. 

A few minutes later, there I was, laying back in that goofy little recliner, a 100,000 watt light glaring just inches from my nose, eyes wide and hands shaking, as the dentist slid in the thingy packed with the bleach whitening peroxide solution.

HOOOOOLY CRAP! I thought I was going to go through the ceiling. The pain was so severe, like nothing else I had ever felt. 

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7 Tricks for At-Home Teeth Whitening [VIDEO]

A healthy smile is a happy smile. But what do you do if you’re not too happy…?

If that’s the case, you’re not alone. In fact, 28% of people don’t smile in photos because they’re don’t like how their teeth look.

Over time, our teeth are exposed to acidic food and drink that thin the enamel, making it vulnerable to stains and discoloration.

Many people think that the only ways to combat yellowing teeth are paying hundreds of dollars for professional whitening treatments or using at-home whitening kits that leave their teeth incredibly sensitive.

There are simpler options though. I’ve gathered 7 tricks to get whiter teeth at home. They’re really easy, and they really work.

We’ll start with some eating habits, then move on to 1-ingredient fixes, and finally to an all-natural teeth whitening kit that won’t harm your teeth or gums or cause increased sensitivity. 

1. Choose the right snacks

Everyone knows the damage that sticky, sugary snacks can do to our teeth. But did you know that some foods can help clean our teeth?

Firm, crisp foods like apples, celery and raw carrots can do they trick! They’re like a natural toothbrush that helps get rid of plaque and bacteria. 

2. Don’t drink too much coffee and soda

Dark-colored drinks such as coffee, soda, teas and red wine can stain your teeth. They also thin and weaken your enamel, which only intensifies staining.

If possible, use a straw when drinking dark-colored drinks. This will minimize the contact the liquid has with your teeth to help lessen the risk of stains. When it’s not possible, brush your teeth after drinking your beverage. You should also drink plenty of water to help wash away leftover sugar that is lingering in your mouth.

3. Add baking soda to your brushing routine

Baking soda is commonly found in toothpastes and toothpowder. But did you know you can brush with it on its own?

You don’t want to brush with it on a daily basis since it can be harsh on your teeth. However, using it every so often can help with discoloration.

If you’re not a fan of the taste of baking soda (although who is?), try sprinkling some on top of your toothpaste before brushing. Doing this once a week can make a difference in the brightness of your smile.

4. Brush with activated charcoal

The activated charcoal found in face masks and cleansers is also good for your teeth. Brushing with activated charcoal powder or a tooth powder that includes it can help whiten your teeth.

Activated charcoal does an amazing job at absorbing plaque and bacteria. These impurities can discolor your teeth, so removing them with the help of activated charcoal will do wonders for your smile.  

5. Swish with apple cider vinegar

An easy way to remove stubborn stains from your teeth is by swishing with apple cider vinegar. Combine a teaspoon of vinegar with ½ cup of water and swish the solution in your mouth for at least 30 seconds. Then spit and rinse.

Apple cider vinegar can help with whitening your teeth, getting rid of bacteria, and reducing bad breath. Just don’t over do it -- too much vinegar can break down enamel.

6. Try oil pulling

Don’t want to swish with apple cider vinegar? You’ll want to try oil pulling. This folk remedy from India helps remove toxins and bacteria from your mouth.

If you’re new to this technique, put a tablespoon of virgin coconut oil in your mouth and swish it around for up to 20 minutes. Once you’re done, spit it in the trash. (If you spit it in the sink or toilet, it can solidify and block the pipes.) 

Studies have found that the oil pulling technique can improve oral hygiene when practiced regularly.

7. Brighten with LED light

LED whitening kits are all over social media, but there’s one problem. They come with a chemical-filled goop that can burn your gums and mouth and cause tooth sensitivity if left on for too long. 

If you want to use a whitening kit at home without the pain, try an LED natural teeth whitening system. The kit available from Primal Life Organics comes with a one-size-fits-most mouthpiece and a jar of all-natural whitening paste. This paste uses all natural ingredients to help whiten, polish and clean your teeth without any nasty side effects.

The LED tray features 16 lights with a 480nm wavelength that is strong enough to be effective in combating periodontal and gum diseases. The best part is that there are no batteries -- you simply plug the tray into a USB, Android or iPhone port and get glowing.

Conclusion

Getting whiter teeth doesn’t have to cost hundreds of dollars or leave your mouth in pain. By sticking with a regular brushing routine and incorporating some of these tricks, you’ll be putting your best face forward in no time.

What is your favorite way to get whiter teeth? Is there something that didn’t make the list? Leave me a comment below.