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Fantastic Dental Checkups, the Simple Way

Updated on February 23, 2020
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Robert Odell Jr. enjoys sharing and learning about the old and new wonders of natural remedies.

It Is Possible

A beautiful smile gives a lasting first impression. It is possible, without investing a large amount of cash, to have a smile that would make any dentist proud. Here is a simple way to have a big, beautiful smile and exceptional dental checkups.

It Worked for Me

The techniques mentioned here have worked for me. They have:

  • Delivered me from the threat of gingivitis
  • Helped me to receive excellent dental checkups
  • Significantly reduced gum sensitivity and
  • Given me a smile that has received many positive compliments

You can have a big, beautiful smile for a very small price.
You can have a big, beautiful smile for a very small price. | Source

For a minimal price, you can still have a smile that would make any dentist proud.

Items Needed

 
 
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 have a stunning smile.

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) m canister 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 beautiful smile. If you do not have a container at home, you can purchase one at your neighborhood dollar store. You can also order small recipticals online for less than $.50. The average cost for a package of disposable containers is around $.05 per use.

Hydrogen Peroxide

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 microbes.

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Hydrogen peroxide has proven helpful in removing stains from teeth, whitening teeth, killing germs that can lead to bad breath, and destroying staph bacteria.

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

Triple Clean Flosser

A triple clean flosser will work well for the third step. 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. The gum stimulator is that part of the flosser which resembles a toothpick. You will 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, you can feel free to use as many as you like.

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Ideal Tools

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 gingivitis.

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. | Source

Scrape Your Tongue

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

If you prefer, for the third step, you can use regular string floss instead of triple clean flossers.

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

Baking Soda

Use baking soda for step four. 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.

Dip Your Toothbrush

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 toothbrush.

Take your toothbrush, which now has peroxide and toothpaste on it, and add baking soda to it. Proceed to brush your teeth in the typical fashion.

If you do not wish to mix toothpaste with the baking soda, you do not have to. After dipping it in the peroxide, put baking soda on your toothbrush and brush.

Once you have finished brushing your teeth, dip your brush in the peroxide, put some baking soda on it, and then brush your tongue with your toothbrush. Brushing your tongue will be a double whammy against bacteria and will help to ensure fresh breath.

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. | Source
 Put baking soda on your toothbrush and then brush your teeth. Feel free to skip the toothpaste if you want to. Just put baking soda on your toothbrush and brush.
Put baking soda on your toothbrush and then brush your teeth. Feel free to skip the toothpaste if you want to. Just put baking soda on your toothbrush and brush. | 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. Simply, put baking soda on your toothbrush and brush.
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. Simply, put baking soda on your toothbrush and brush. | Source

Rinse

Step five is to rinse. 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.

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Recap

Following is a quick recap of a simple way to have great dental checkups and a big, beautiful smile.

  1. Find a small container.
  2. Pour hydrogen peroxide into your container.
  3. Use a triple clean flosser or string floss. Dip your flosser into the hydrogen peroxide. After flossing, scrape your tongue.
  4. Use Baking Soda. Dip your toothbrush into your container of hydrogen peroxide. If you like, take your favorite toothpaste and place it on your toothbrush. Take your toothbrush, which now has peroxide and paste on it, and add baking soda to it. Brush your teeth in the usual fashion. Dip your brush in the peroxide, put some baking soda on it, and then brush your tongue with your toothbrush.
  5. Rinse with fifty-fifty hydrogen peroxide and water.

Your Bright, Beautiful Smile

Using hydrogen peroxide, triple clean flossers, and baking soda can give you one of the brightest smiles that you can imagine. After adding the cost of the small container, the toothbrush, and the toothpaste, you will find that you can whip up a gorgeous smile for less than an average of $.20 a day.

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. | Source

Incorporate in Your Routine

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 procedure, as mentioned earlier, into your oral health routine. By doing so, you will remove enough food, plaque, and bacteria to see healthier gums, fresher breath, and a big, beautiful smile.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

© 2018 Robert Odell Jr

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    • Muchsuccess profile imageAUTHOR

      Robert Odell Jr 

      7 months ago from Memphis, Tennessee

      Yes, baking soda and peroxide are incredible. Using them is an excellent way to maintain fantastic oral health.

    • Cheryl E Preston profile image

      Cheryl E Preston 

      7 months ago from Roanoke

      I'm a witness that baking soda and peroxide work.

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