Does baking soda and toothpaste make your teeth white?

  1. How to make baking soda toothpaste
  2. Charcoal and baking soda toothpaste
  3. Can I put baking soda on my toothpaste?
  4. Is baking soda toothpaste better?
One study found that toothpastes containing baking soda were significantly more effective at removing yellow stains from teeth than standard toothpastes without baking soda. The higher the concentration of baking soda, the greater the effect. A review of five studies found that toothpastes containing baking soda removed plaque from teeth more effectively than non-baking soda toothpastes.

1. Homemade whitening toothpaste with baking soda

Does baking soda and toothpaste make your teeth white?
Brushing with a paste made with baking soda and water can reduce bacteria in your mouth and buff away surface stains.
Does baking soda and toothpaste make your teeth white?
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Servings: 1-2 servings
Ingredients: You need

  • 1 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 2 teaspoons of water

Instructions:

  1. Mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda with 2 teaspoons of water
  2. Mix with the baking soda until blended
  3. Dip your toothbrush into mixture and brush teeth
  4. Let baking soda mixture sit on teeth for 3 minutes and rinse. You can do this a few times per week.

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2. Charcoal and baking soda toothpaste


Charcoal toothpaste is made from something called activated charcoal, which is a treated form of carbon. The treating process makes the carbon porous. It’s these pores that are reasonable for the claim that charcoal toothpaste can whiten teeth. Essentially, it’s believed that these pores can pull stains, tartar, and bacteria away from teeth.

Charcoal toothpaste can effectively remove surface stains on teeth, allowing them to take on a brighter, whiter appearance.

Whitening teeth with Charcoal and baking soda toothpaste

3. Can I put baking soda on my toothpaste?


You can mix a little baking soda and fluoride toothpaste. Squeeze your regular toothpaste onto your toothbrush, then sprinkle a pinch of baking soda on top. Brush your teeth as you normally would for 2 minutes with soft, circular motions. Then spit and, if you need to rinse away white residue, swish your mouth with a little water.
As with a baking soda and water paste, brush with baking soda and toothpaste in moderation. Try it every other day for 1 to 2 weeks at first, then brush with baking soda once or twice a week at most.

Whitening teeth with baking soda on my toothpaste

4. Is baking soda toothpaste better?


Answer: Baking Soda, sodium bicarbonate, is one of the least abrasive and most effective tooth cleaners on the market today. Date from various clinical and lab studies show that a toothpaste containing baking soda neutralizes acids and odors, removes plaque and deep tooth stain more readily than other leading toothpastes, and leaves your mouth fresh and feeling very clean. Baking soda is a soft mineral that is very soluble in waster, and therefore not very abrasive. In fact it is less abrasive than most other toothpaste cleaning agents that are sold. One can use baking soda to brush their teeth without buying the toothpaste that contains baking soda. It would be more cost effective to do so, however the toothpaste version would be easier to use ( no time wasted dissolving and mixing the powder in water), and it would, most likely, taste better. If you were to use the baking soda version, since it doesn’t contain fluoride, it would be advisable to use an after brushing fluoride rinse to help prevent cavities.

Whitening teeth with baking soda toothpaste