#1 – Go On a White-teeth Diet
If you’re guzzling black tea and red wine or smoking cigarettes or cigars, you should expect not-so-pearly whites as a result. There are also other things you can blame for grimy teeth including gravies, colas, and dark juices. To cut long story short, if it’s dark before you put it in your mouth, chances are it will stain your teeth.
Make sure to brush your teeth immediately after eating or drinking, especially the foods that stain teeth. Also, use a good bleaching agent for white and healthy teeth, either in the dentist’s office or over-the-counter. And for convenient teeth-cleaning action, simply eat an apple!
#2 – Get Rid of Your Toothbrush…
… Or if you have an electric toothbrush, make sure to change its head at least every 2 to 3 months to maintain healthy teeth. Otherwise, you’re just transmitting external bacteria directly to your mouth (EEW!).
Beverly Hills dentist, Harold Katz, revealed that the ultimate way to brush your teeth is by placing your toothbrush against your gums at an angle of 45-degrees and then gently moving it in a circular motion, not a back-and-forth motion.
Also, try to grab your toothbrush like a pencil so you won’t scrub too hard.