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Is it safe to swish peroxide in your mouth to whiten your teeth?

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AnswerYou can swish peroxide mixed with water. I have never heard of this for whitening but I know this is good for gum infections or bacteria.

for whitening, place a small amount of baking soda on your toothpaste before you begin brushing, and it will help whiten your teeth.

my dentist told me years ago to use peroxide straight-

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You can rinse with hydrogen peroxide before brushing at night. Make sure you swish it around your mouth for a few seconds.


Many people believe that mixing baking soda and hydrogen peroxide makes very strong toothpaste that is great for teething whitening. Just baking soda in the mouth will not whiten teeth.


Do Not Try To Whiten Your Teeth With Peroxide it will burn your whole mouth. Update by someone else: I have used 3% diluted with water at a ration of 1 part water to 1 part hydrogen peroxide. Then swished it around my mouth for a few minutes and the spat out. This week I have done this 4 times without any burning sensation.


There is an actual method which involves using hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to make a paste and brushing this onto your teeth.


Peroxide can whiten teeth, but be very careful to only use the hydrogen peroxide gel that is intended for use on your teeth. Peroxide can create microscopic holes in your tooth enamel, weakening it.


i use peroxide. you can either brush than swish or swish than brush or brush then pour it on your toothbrush and brush with it.


Nothing. It's used to whiten your teeth.


No! Putting regular bleach in your mouth is extremely dangerous, and it will not whiten your teeth like the whitening agents are designed to do.


peroxide, Swish with it in place of mouthwash 2 parts water 1 part peroxide


Dentists will often use a combination of hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide as a whitening agent in their office, along with a heating laser to active the solution. At home, a toothpaste with hydrogen peroxide used regularly is a safe way to whiten your teeth without damage or a high price.


some ways to make your teeth white is to brush your teeth with toothpaste that has baking soda in it,you can use hydrogen peroxide to help whiten your teeth,you can use just baking soda,but u have to put the baking soda on your teeth then use your toothbrush to brush your teeth,you can use oil to whiten your teeth some oils you can use is coconut oil,eat fruit and vegetables like raw fruits and vegetables can help rub plaque away as you chew,you can use apple cider vinegar,but the way you have to use the apple cider vinegar you have to mix 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar with 6 ounces of water then you have to swish it around in your mouth for 30 seconds and finally rinse your mouth out with water and brush your teeth.that is all i can think of that can help you whiten your teeth.


you can whiten yellow teeth at home by brushing your teeth more than twice a day,and you can direct apply a Hydrogen peroxide mixed with water in to your teeth.Please be careful when applying,this may can cause damage to your gums.


No. The reason being. . .when you get your braces off you would have yellow squares on your teeth where the brackets are. The best thing you can do is use a whitening toothpaste and, like your orthodontist should have told you, brush them after every meal or AT LEAST swish water in your mouth. Hope that helps!!


Hydrogen peroxide is generally one of the most prominent ingredients in any tooth whitening product. To whiten teeth with hydrogen peroxide, you will need to dilute it first. One can find dilution instructions for this purpose on the hydrogen peroxide bottle.


No- in the UK we use hydrogen peroxide (bleach), bicarbonate won't do anything other than taste horrible and damage your teeth.


Hydrogen peroxide could slightly lighten the tone, with terrible effects all over the rest of your mouth. On a chemical basis, yes it (and other peroxides) could. It is highly inadvisable. Similarly to taking a bath in hand sanitizer, it works, but just don't do it.


You can use it for whitening teeth. Simply put some in a glass, add a little water, and swish with it. CAUTION: do NOT swallow!


1. You can either put the baking soda on your tooth paste while brushing your teeth.2. You can put hydrogen peroxcide mixed with baking soda (and just brush normal).3. You can put mouth wash mixed with baking soda (put about 1 spoon of baking soda) and stir (until baking soda dissolves) and swish it around in your mouth (for about 30 secs).4. You can get cold tap water mixed with baking soda swish in your mouth for about 1 min.5. And the whole process will be done and your teeth will be beautifully whitened in about a week or so!6. You can dip your brush into white vinegar, then into baking soda and proceed to brush your teeth. This will whiten you teeth for certain, however, do no more than 3 times weekly as this combination can erode enamel if used too much


NO...it will corrode your teeth! at least not straight up


It has fluoride in it that strengthens the teeth and gums. It also helps if you swish and spit but don't rinse your mouth.


at the dentist you can get teeth whiten by lots of weird lights in an hour.


yes by mixing baking soda with enough hydrigen peroxcide to make toothpaste your teeth will become whiter faster


You can use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. You can also use strawberries to whiten your teeth. You can also use commercial toothpaste made for whitening or have them bleached at the dentist.


No and its surely poison sharjk says I have used it for a year i seem to think it is whitening my teeth but i use 40 vol


That is just simply swelling, swish your mouth with salt water.



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