Acid actively helps to remove plaque – just rub your teeth with a lemon peel and then rinse your mouth. The effect will be noticeable after the first couple of uses. The second option is to make pulp from backing soda and lemon juice and brush your teeth with it. After the procedure, you can only rinse your mouth thoroughly. Freshly squeezed lemon juice is also advised to be applied to enamel with a swab. After the procedure, the mouth must be rinsed with water.


You can also take a toothpaste, drip a few drops of freshly squeezed lemon juice on it and brush your teeth. Teeth can be whitened with lemon with a solution of lemon juice and water taken in equal proportions. This method will not only make the enamel whiter but also disinfect the oral cavity. Citrus acid is known to have a good antibacterial effect. And she can make the enamel lighter by several tones. You can repeat the procedure in the mornings and evenings, but not longer than 5-6 days in a row.

And if there is no lemon at hand, citric acid in crystals will do the job.

Options for such whitening are suitable for people whose teeth are white by nature but have turned yellow due to an improper lifestyle. These include avid coffee lovers and smokers.