Whiten Your Teeth Naturally, But If That Doesn’t Work…

acvMany people are looking for natural ways to do things today instead of filling their bodies with chemicals, or applying chemicals to their skin. Even toothpaste has chemicals. That is why there have been numerous ways suggested to whiten your teeth naturally. Over 50 percent of adults over the age of 18 drink coffee. When you consider that coffee is one of the biggest culprits for staining teeth, there are probably a lot of people that need their teeth whitened. There are ways to whiten your teeth at home naturally, but if that doesn’t work…

Whiten your Teeth at Home

Here are some ways you can whiten your teeth at home:

Baking soda and peroxide: Because hydrogen peroxide is an anti-bacterial agent, by mixing a small amount of peroxide with a little bit of baking soda you can whiten your teeth while killing germs. The baking soda helps remove stains, while the peroxide kills germs that can cause gum disease.

Apple Cider Vinegar:  Apple cider vinegar can help remove stains from coffee and nicotine over the period of a month or so, if you use it consistently. However, after brushing with the apple cider vinegar, you should brush again with regular toothpaste. Leaving an acidic substance on your teeth can remove your enamel.

Baking soda and lemon juice: While lemon juice does not consist of the same anti-bacterial properties that peroxide does, a paste of that made with baking soda has been a natural tooth whitener used by people for years.

If They Don’t Work

If for some reason these natural substances don’t work to whiten your teeth, or you need a quick fix, Dr. Huffstutler offers the in-office Kör Deep Bleaching System as well as a take-home whitening system.


With over 25 years of professional experience, Dr. Steven M. Huffstutler and his caring team proudly provide exceptional preventive, cosmetic, and restorative dental treatment to patients and their families across Dallas/Ft. Worth, including North Richland Hills, Denton, the Mid-cities, Southlake, and all surrounding communities. We also have extensive experience helping patients find relief from painful TMJ disorders (various forms of jaw dysfunction). To schedule an appointment with Dr. Huffstutler, contact his Fort Worth, TX office today by calling 817-918-3038.