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How To Have A Hollywood Smile for Five Dollars or Less

Updated on August 14, 2018
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Robert Odell Jr. is an actor, singer, songwriter, and video editor who has performed with groups and as a solo artist for many years.

A Hollywood Smile for a Fraction of the Cost

Hollywood smiles are no doubt some of the most beautiful smiles you could ever see. However, some of those smiles can prove to be very expensive with costs that can go into the thousands of dollars.

It is possible for you to have a smile just as wonderful as anyone in Hollywood but for a fraction of the cost. Here is a proven way to have a gorgeous Hollywood smile for five dollars or less.

You can have a Hollywood smile for a fraction of the Hollywood cost.
You can have a Hollywood smile for a fraction of the Hollywood cost. | Source

You can have a Hollywood smile for a fraction of the Hollywood cost.

Items Needed for That Fantastic Hollywood Smile

 
 
Small Container
$.50
Hydrogen Peroxide
$.50
Triple Clean Flossers
$1.50
Baking Soda
$.50
Toothpaste (optional)
$1.00
Toothbrush
$1.00
Use these items at least once a day in order to produce a fantastic Hollywood smile.

Step 1. Find a Small Container

The first step toward that great smile is to find a small container. A two ounce (2 oz) or a sixty milliliter (60 ml) small, round container should do the trick. If you already have a small container at home then you are ahead of the game. You have already cut down on the cost of your Hollywood smile. If you do not have a container at home you can purchase one at your neighborhood dollar store or you can order one online for less than $.50.

Step 2. Pour Hydrogen Peroxide into Your Container

The second step is to pour hydrogen peroxide into your container. According to ExpertHomeTips.com hydrogen peroxide has proven to be a sensational stain remover for your coffee or tobacco-stained teeth. It helps to whiten your teeth and kill germs that can lead to bad breath. Hydrogen peroxide also destroys staph bacteria and other germs.

Hydrogen peroxide has been proven to be a sensational stain remover for  your teeth.
Hydrogen peroxide has been proven to be a sensational stain remover for your teeth.

Step 3. Dip a Triple Clean Flosser into the Hydrogen Peroxide

Triple Clean Flossers will probably prove to be one of the greatest inventions known to man. They are ideal tools made for quick and easy cleaning between teeth. They slide easily between teeth and are excellent aids against plaque buildup. Not to mention they reduce the risk of the gum disease gingivitis.

Dip your flosser into the hydrogen peroxide and then slide the flosser between your teeth. Also dip the gum stimulator into the hydrogen peroxide and use it to clean and stimulate teeth along the gum line. You will definitely feel the difference that this technique makes on your teeth and gums. Rinse and redip the flosser as necessary. Usually one flosser will get the job done. However; feel free to use more than one if you feel that you have to.

Dipping your floss in hydrogen peroxide can help to whiten between your teeth, strengthen your gums, and freshen your breath.
Dipping your floss in hydrogen peroxide can help to whiten between your teeth, strengthen your gums, and freshen your breath.
If you prefer, you can use regular string floss instead of Triple Clean Flossers for step 3.
If you prefer, you can use regular string floss instead of Triple Clean Flossers for step 3.

After flossing, dip the flosser into the hydrogen peroxide and scrape your tongue with the flosser. This will help to remove bacteria from your tongue and mouth and help to insure a fresher mouth.

If you prefer, you can use regular string floss instead of Triple Clean Flossers for step 3.

Step 4. Use Baking Soda

The benefits of baking soda can fill volumes. Baking soda has been used as a household cleaner, for baking, to freshen refrigerators, to prevent odors, and of course for brushing teeth. Baking soda has been used to whiten teeth and freshen breath for many years with amazing results.

Baking soda has been used to whiten teeth and freshen breath for many years with amazing results.
Baking soda has been used to whiten teeth and freshen breath for many years with amazing results.

Take your toothbrush and dip it into your container of hydrogen peroxide. If you like you can then take your favorite toothpaste and place it on your brush. I have found that Pepsodent works well for me. You can get a big tube for one dollar at your neighborhood dollar store. For some reason or another toothpaste causes my lips to peel but Pepsodent does not.

Pour some baking soda into the palm of your hand. Dip your toothbrush into the baking soda in the palm of your hand and then brush your teeth in the normal fashion. If you do not want to use toothpaste you do not have to. Just dip your toothbrush into the baking soda and brush your teeth as you normally do.

Once you have finished brushing your teeth put baking soda on your toothbrush and then brush your tongue with your toothbrush. This will be a double whammy against bacteria and will help to insure fresh breath.

Put baking soda on your toothbrush and then brush your teeth.  Feel free to totally skip the toothpaste if you want to.  Just put baking soda on your toothbrush and brush your teeth as you normally do.
Put baking soda on your toothbrush and then brush your teeth. Feel free to totally skip the toothpaste if you want to. Just put baking soda on your toothbrush and brush your teeth as you normally do. | Source
Dip your toothbrush into some hydrogen peroxide, add toothpaste and then add baking soda.  If you do not want to use toothpaste you do not have to. Just dip your toothbrush in baking soda and brush as you normally do.
Dip your toothbrush into some hydrogen peroxide, add toothpaste and then add baking soda. If you do not want to use toothpaste you do not have to. Just dip your toothbrush in baking soda and brush as you normally do. | Source

Step 5. Rinse

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After you have flossed and brushed, you should then rinse.

Make sure that your container contains half hydrogen peroxide and half water. Rinse with the hydrogen peroxide and water for at least 45 seconds. Swish it around, and gargle. If you have food grade peppermint or other edible essential oils, placing a few drops in your solution will give things an extra flare.

Your Bright Hollywood Smile

Using hydrogen peroxide, triple clean flossers, and baking soda can give you one of the brightest smiles that you can imagine. Even when you add the cost of the small container, the toothbrush, and the toothpaste you can still have a gorgeous smile for around five dollars or less.

Using peroxide, triple clean flossers, and baking soda can give you one of the brightest smiles you can imagine.
Using peroxide, triple clean flossers, and baking soda can give you one of the brightest smiles you can imagine.

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing at least once a day. As you follow the association's advice, I encourage you to incorporate the "Hollywood Smile for Five Dollars or Less" technique at least once a day into your oral health routine. By doing so, you will remove enough food, plaque and bacteria to see healthier gums, fresher breath, and a Hollywood smile.

© 2018 Robert Odell Jr

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