10 Effective Ways to Get Rid Of Ugly Tartar Stains From Your Teeth

9Aloe vera and glycerin

Aloe vera and glycerin is a very good concoction of goodness for your teeth. Aloe vera is well known as a natural super ingredient for its health properties both for skin and oral health. It is packed with vitamins and essential nutrients.

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10How to do it

Mix 1 tsp of aloe vera gel, 4 tsp of vegetable glycerin, 10 drops of lemon essential oil and 4 tbsp of baking soda in 1 cup of water to get a smooth paste. Make sure to use this paste to brush your teeth once a day. Gradually you will notice the tartar stains vanishing. Then repeat this exercise once in every 3-4 days. Aloe vera has medicinal properties that help the teeth and gums and lemon oil fights the bacteria.

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11Cloves

Cloves are a very well known remedy for tooth-ache. However, it also fights the microbes in your mouth. Add some olive oil to some ground cloves and apply the mixture on the stained areas. Chewing on cloves also is advised as it not only kills bacteria but also avoids bad breath. This is recommended over chewing gum any day.

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12Sanguinaria (bloodroot)

Bloodroot or sanguinariaia is an unsual ingredient whose extract is often included in toothpastes. It is a safe, antibacterial agent that is greatly effective for reducing tartar. Just a few drops of sanguinaria extract should be added to a cup of warm water to make a mouthwash. You can use this to gargle every day or even twice daily.

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13If you have sensitive teeth

All of these procedures are helpful when you have usual and not a severe condition of tartar on your teeth. For stubborn stains and serious tartar conditions, you have to see a dentist who will perform certain procedures with instruments to remove the stains from your teeth. If you have sensitive teeth, then avoid using the remedies that involve natural acids as they may not be suitable for your teeth.

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