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5 Remedies Decolorise Brown Teeth at Home

Updated on May 27, 2017

Normally the teeth serve a high significance in the overall appearance of a person. This may be seen in terms of one appearing more younger, healthier and attractive. Once one has brown teeth, they tend to not smile or laugh in public because they are very much conscious about the discolouration of their teeth.

Overtime, teeth usually become brown due to a number of causes which include poor dental hygiene, consumption of beverages like tea, coffee, tobacco and cigarettes in excess, aging and at times hereditary factors which emanate from family lineage. In other instances, conditions such as high antibiotics dosage, climatic conditions and infections usually contribute to the discolouration of teeth.

A mixture of lemon and baking soda can help remove the  plaque that forms on the teeth.
A mixture of lemon and baking soda can help remove the plaque that forms on the teeth. | Source

Tips to Treat Brown Teeth at Home

Just like the aging process of wrinkles, tooth discolouration can be fought through certain home remedies which go a long way in the whitening of ones teeth and and in the process avoidance of stains and embarrassing discolouration. Not all people would afford to go see a dentist hence home remedies such as baking soda and lemon, eating of strawberries, use of hydrogen peroxide, oil pulling and the use of salt.

Baking Soda and Lemon

The main cause of tooth discolouration is formation of plaque hence the best ingredient to use for its removal is using baking soda and lemon. The reactions of the chemicals, citrus of lemon juice and baking soda, are what causes the effect of a bright smile hence assisting them to look whiter.

One has to combine baking soda with freshly squeezed lemon in a bowl, wipe excess saliva plus plaque before applying the mixture for a minute,then brush it off with a toothbrush. Because of the acidity of the mixture, one is not supposed to leave the mixture for too long on the teeth because it usually erodes the enamel. Alternatively, if the mixture causes irritation, one can use white vinegar.

Eating of strawberries

Strawberry is a good source of vitamin C which contains an enzyme called malic acid that helps make teeth whiter. The astringent helps remove stains in teeth while the plaque is washed away by the vitamin C. One simply has to mash a couple of strawberries and using the mixture for brushing once per week for positive results. Alternatively you can eat the strawberries and thoroughly chew on them hence letting the tooth do the washing on their own.

Use of Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is a very effective teeth whitening remedy because it prevents the growth of bacteria which prevents infections and also bad breath. One has to rinse the gargle the mouth with a solution of hydrogen peroxide as a mouth wash, but carefully so as not to swallow it. You can also make a paste with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide and gently brush with it.

Oil Pulling

Its an indian remedy normally used for enhancing oral health and cleansing of the body. Its quite a very simple harmless process which is inexpensive. Its done by taking pure organic oil and swishing it around the mouth for a period of 15-20 minutes then spit it out, wash the mouth with a lot of water afterwards.

Use of Salt

Its one of the fundamental cleansing agents for oral health used for ages. It replenishes lost minerals and also revives their white colour. One has to add it each morning to their toothbrush and use it. Another alternative is the use of charcoal which sucks toxins from the teeth. Point to note is that one has to be extra careful when using salt so as to prevent damage to the gums and teeth.


Parting Shot.

Generally when people get older, they tend to loose the whiteness of their teeth therefore its advisable that they use the above remedies which are seen to be readily available. For those who are already affected, they can choose either of the above remedies so that their overall teeth appearance can be appealing to the public.

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