How to Whiten Teeth Naturally:)

Your teeth are vital to maintain and to keep well looked after, for the role that it plays in your everyday life. It is used for absolutely every task that you can think of, for socializing and communicating, smiling in those cherished moments and to eat happily🙂



There are many factors that can weaken your teeth as life moves forward, what you eat and the products that you use on your teeth can either have disastrous results or can keep your teeth quite healthy. It is important to be aware of how to look after your teeth, when things do go wrong.

The basic foundation is always important, keeping gums and teeth healthy every day and then here’s hoping for a natural clean shine all over as a result, let’s discuss the steps to provide for an everyday clean to teeth naturally and how teeth can whiten as well.



All about teeth!


Our teeth consists of around four different styles inside our mouths that aids us when eating and chewing food. This includes 12 Molars( which includes 4 wisdom teeth), 4 canine teeth, 8 incisors and 8 premolars teeth.


Incisors help with biting into your food. Your canines are your sharpest teeth which tears food apart and chew food better. All of the molars tear and crushes all the food and with all of these teeth working together will help eat and digest food better.


Teeth are made up of different parts on each and every tooth that includes the enamels, which is the hardest substance found in the body. It also comprises other parts such as dentin, pulp and cementum.


Adults have around 32 teeth and this should come into place by the late teens and the number of teeth varies between children and babies.



Top Tips to help your Teeth



We all like to pay attention to our health and our teeth certainly plays a crucial part in this as well, no one wants to have toothaches or brittle teeth! Here are some simple, easy and affordable ways to keep you smiling always:)

  • Do not brush your teeth too hard or for too long – It is recommended to brush your teeth for up to 6 minutes properly and gently as you brush. Dental experts do warn that over brushing can lead to receding gums.


  • Be careful when munching on hard foods such as mango slices or ice. Dried fruits that are hard to bite into should be soaked into water lukewarm water for around 15minutes and it is not advisable to bite into ice.


  • Avoid factors that can damage or cause contributions to toothaches such as smoking, drinking fizzy drinks or too much fluoride found in certain fluids and foods.


  • When you use mouthwashes to quickly rinse your mouth with or even chew gum, ensure it contains natural and pure ingredients that are free from unnecessary chemicals, preservatives that can sit in your teeth and cause problems.


The list does indeed go on but whatever you put in your mouth and teeth should generally be healthy and pure so that it minimizes damage or harm to your teeth. Even over brushing can do more harm than good and doing so in moderation is always best.


Dental journals recently recorded that there was a great increase in1-4 mm gum pockets, that is, places where the gums have severed from the teeth. The pockets become harbingers of bacteria, viruses and other organisms leading to serious infection.’



Way to naturally whiten teeth


Natural and clean ingredients or products are normally the best kinds to use that provides worthwhile, long term results as well:) The ways listed below are simply some ideas to contribute and not the only ways for whiter teeth but if you do know of anything else, please comment below and I can add on at a later time:)



Use a natural toothpaste or mouthwash with ingredients such as essential oils, bicarbonate of soda, coral calcium or wild crafted sustainable ingredients rather than chemicals or preservatives!



Do try a natural non-abrasive cleaning agent that gently brushes your teeth while providing a deep clean and removes contaminants and plaque gently.


Using products that neutralizes acids in the mouth and bathes the mouth and teeth with the minerals that it needs such as calcium and phosphorus which is essential for string enamels and teeth.


Non toxic and cruelty-free tooth products are ideal for using to deep clean teeth and provide optimum freshness and cleanliness naturally.



According to a medical professor and chemist, Dr, Judd, ‘Avoid toothpastes that contain acids, sugars, fluorides, chalk, silica, methyl benzoates, red % blue dyes and mixing agents,’


You must not rely on the information on our website as an alternative to medical advice from your dentist or other professional healthcare provider

If you have any specific questions about any medical matter, you should consult your dentist or other professional healthcare provider

If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition, you should seek immediate medical attention



Facts about teeth



We all like to learn more about our health, in particular our teeth that seems to highlighted less often and not much information provided other than, ‘visit your dentist!, Let’s look after our teeth better and learn more first:)



High amounts of fluoride creates brittle teeth and according to studies, ‘Excess exposure to fluoride can lead to a bone disease known as skeletal fluorosis.’



Adults only have 2 sets of teeth in their entire lifetime so be sure to look after your teeth well and clean well.



This may sound a little disgusting… but our mouths contains more germs than there are people living on this Earth!


Bottom Line

You probably could achieve better results overtime just practicing safe and natural methods. Your teeth are with you for life and learning to see what works best for you is through trial and error, certain mouthwashes might be better than others.


Trust in using non-toxic ingredients and prevent the need for surgical intervention later on in life.


They say that a range of conditions or diseases can be linked to bad teeth and your health. That your teeth predicts your health too, so if you do possess healthy clean teeth then this may reflect your overall health.


Thank you for reading, if you do have any questions or comments, please leave below and I’ll be sure to help you out:)

3 thoughts on “How to Whiten Teeth Naturally:)

  1. Ann says:

    It’s always better to use natural methods for whitening (and taking care) of our teeth. I started using natural toothpaste. And later on this year I started adding a bit of bicarbonate of soda every 3 days to my toothpaste in the morning..

    I didn’t know that too much fluoride could cause skeletal fluorosis. I will be careful.

  2. Brooke says:


    I am loving this article. I have struggled with white teeth for several years now. Why? That blasted red wine 🙁 It tastes so good but runs such a tole on my teeth. I have recently tried a few things, one being whitening strips… total no go.. it hurt the nerves in my teeth I couldn’t even keep them on for the 30 minutes they needed to be on. I then tried the whole baking soda in water. My god, does that taste bad or what?!

    I have finally landed on a charcoal tooth brush, and crest whitening tooth paste. However, these go completely against what you’ve suggested in your article. I have tried natural tooth pastes and find that they do little to nothing on my yellow teeth. I do agree with not brushing too hard. I had that issue awhile ago and my dentist said the exact same thing, “you’re causing your gums to recede”. 

    Do you have a specific brand that you and your family use that works well? I would be inclined to try anything at this point.

    Talk soon!


    • Wholeearthgoodness says:

      Hello Brooke, 

      I am glad that you found the article useful:) Many people are looking for products to help whiten their teeth naturally and its so important to look after one’s teeth with TLC! 

      You are in luck! I do know of many tooth brands, all under one roof, click here to read through the review about it and judge for yourself of the teeth whitening products and natural tooth care. Many thanks now!

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