Stained Teeth Remedies

Activated Charcoal  

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Posted by Greystone (San Diego) on 06/07/2017
5 out of 5 stars

Using charcoal to brush your teeth common practice in Pacific Islands and probably a few other places ... it really does whiten the teeth.

Posted by Tony (St Paul, Alberta) on 05/18/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I tried brushing with activated charcoal in water. I can't believe how clean the teeth feel, and the plaque is really impacted. Does anyone have any hard data on bad effects for enamel, using this?

I got my charcoal from a pet shop that sells fish tank supplies. The charcoal seems to be super active. I have been using it to filter drinking water. Our tap water is just poisonous and disgusting. I taped a cloth around the spout of a large funnel and filled the spout with the charcoal and poured the water through. You can't buy a better water filter.

Posted by Eve (Sydney) on 12/29/2015
5 out of 5 stars

To whiten my teeth, I just dip my toothbrush into a container of activated charcoal powder. I brush my teeth, rinse then brush with water to get rid of the black left from the charcoal. I don't do it every day because I don't want the charcoal to reduce the tooth enamel.