Food grade hydrogen peroxide is an inexpensive and effective way to take care of your teeth. It’s chemical composition allows it to act as a lightening agent and remove build-up and stains from teeth, whitening them as a result. Its antimicrobial properties make it ideal for those suffering from oral health issues like gingivitis, plaque, and bleeding gums. It can reduce bad-breath by targeting the odor-causing bacteria that live in the mouth. For these reasons, H2O2 has found its way into many dental care routines.
For many, the obvious choice for getting your teeth cleaned is to turn to your local dentist. In addition to your regular dental checkups, they likely offer a bleaching treatment. The name, however, can be a little deceiving. Many dentists do not use actual bleach in this process. Instead, they use a hydrogen peroxide solution. In conjunction with a series of specialized lasers and lights, your dental hygienist can help you improve your smile, and get rid of any unsightly stains or blemishes on your teeth. This is a great way to use H2O2 for tooth care, as it’s under the supervision of a medical practitioner.
If you have tender gums or experience pains in your mouth, hydrogen peroxide can help to alleviate some of these pains. By mixing a small amount of diluted 35 percent food grade H2O2 with baking soda, you can make a paste that can be brushed onto your teeth and gums with your toothbrush or clean finger. Leave the paste on your teeth and gums for a few minutes, then swish water around in your mouth until the paste comes loose, and spit it into the sink. Give your teeth a quick once-over with a toothbrush to remove any remaining paste.
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