How to clean gold teeth

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How To Clean Gold Teeth

Dental Implants, And Dental Crowns.

Dental work is expensive and many people cannot afford to get implants or other dental work done. But there are ways to clean silver dental work aside from using antique cleansers.

Like most of you, I had dental crowns and dental bridges that would not come clean. I could never get them to look good. Mom said, “If I had the money I’d have your teeth fixed, but I just don’t have the money.”

I said, “Some day when you die, I’m going to sell your teeth.” Then I thought if I sold her teeth, they would not be her teeth any more.

The next day, I was taking a workshop on protecting my home, and they talked about cleaning silver. I thought, “This is the key!”

I went home and took my bridge out. It was thirty-two years old and it had gotten like cheese. I scrubbed it with an old toothbrush and baking soda. I let it soak in vinegar and water for several hours. I let it sit in ammonia overnight and used a plastic scouring pad on it.

Stop Smoking

Quit smoking today, didn’t you? It’s hard to do so, because you are surrounded with people who smoke. But it’s a very serious and dangerous habit. Cigarettes contain almost everything that is poisonous. Smoking, especially the last year, seriously damages your body.

1, cancer.

Cancer is the most horrible disease in the world. For one hundred thousand people were diagnosed with cancer every year. Smoking increases the risk of cancer, of course, your age, and other habits.

heart disease

Studies show that smokers live for five years than those who have never smoked. Smokers are more likely to have heart disease.

Lung cancer

Cancer of the lungs is not to be forgotten. Besides cancer, a vicious and revolting disease that happens, smoking is the cause. Although lung cancer is difficult to treat, but it can be prevented.

4, abnormal blood vessels.

Smoking increases the chance of developing diabetes.

poor skin

The skin condition you have today, you can tell what you have been smoking every day. The face wrinkles, rough skin, dull eyes, you will know that the person is a smoker. If you want to keep good skin, you should get rid of cigarette addiction.

6, susceptible to cold.

Eating With Your Gold Teeth

Every gold tooth carries a specific story behind it. Maybe someone close to you lost their gold tooth and you decided to help them out by going to a goldsmith and getting a replacement, maybe one of your friends robbed a bank and you helped them carry the loot. Whatever that story behind your gold tooth is, you’re here because you’re looking for an idea of how to clean it.

Puddles of coffee, tea, and grime are not the best things to put on your gold tooth. Trust us, we know! You can clean metal with toothpaste, but that will make your gold tooth shine, not clean it, so we don’t recommend it. How do you clean gold teeth then? Well, aside from a plate of hot BBQ and a beaker of cola that can be safely drank off your gold teeth clean as a whistle, you can just use some common sense and a few other products to clean your gold teeth quickly and painlessly.

You don’t have to clean your gold teeth with toothpaste!

Brush Your Teeth Twice a Day

Brush your teeth twice a day: once in the morning and once in the evening. Of course, twice a day is better, but certainly, once a day is a lot better than zero times a day.

There are so many things that you can do to avoid bad breath, but one of the biggest causes of bad breath is bacteria that sets up camp on your teeth and gums, and if you don’t get rid of it, it can make you and those around you gag.

There are two main things that you need to do to combat that bacteria.

First you need to brush your teeth each day. As we said, twice is even better, but at the bare minimum you need to be brushing twice a day.

Obviously, we’re going to be talking about how to brush your teeth. Now we’ve been told all sorts of things about brushing our teeth: brush twice a day, three times a day, four times a day, before breakfast, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner. The list of suggestions goes on and on.

But the reality is, there is one “right” answer, and that is for you to brush your teeth twice a day.

Floss Your Teeth

Remove as much gunk as possible by brushing with a gold toothbrush. If you don’t have a gold toothbrush, just use a normal one. It’s not going to kill the bacteria, but at least you’re removing built up gunk. This will help the other methods below work a little better.

Soak Them

Clean off as much gunk as possible with a toothbrush and then soak your teeth in a glass of warm to hot, soapy water (as hot as you can stand, but be careful not to burn your gums).

Rinse and Scrub

Now it’s time to add some elbow grease. Use the back of the brush and a toothpick to remove the rest of the buildup. Scrub, rinse, and repeat until your teeth are clean.

Scrape & Clean

Another important step: scraping down the back of the teeth. To do this, get a rounded object (like a nail file or the back of the business end of an X-Acto knife) and scrape in an up and down motion making sure to avoid the gums. A rough surface means that particles are more likely to get stuck.

Tooth Soaking Solution

There are several different types of dental solutions for removing the bacteria and plaque from your mouth. After you’ve selected the one that works for you, it’s time to wash your gold teeth.

Having a healthy mouth is important for all aspects of your life, so it’s a good idea to consistently clean your teeth and floss. Brushing two times per day is not enough to keep your mouth bacteria-free. If you wait any longer, you will have to invest in gold tooth whitening treatments.

The homemade solution we list below works well because it has enzymes to actively attack the plaque and bacteria.

A Few Drops of Peppermint Oil

The solution above will eventually need to be replaced because it is very effective at removing bad bacteria. When that happens, replace it with a new batch.

How to Soak Your Gold Teeth in the Solution

To ensure that your teeth are getting the full treatment, it’s best to soak them for 30 minutes once every 2 to 4 days.

You want to make sure that the solution is clean when you start the process. You can reuse the solution many times before it gets too dirty to be effective.

Baking Soda

Gold teeth don’t have to be stashed out of sight after infections or other damage. Some quick home remedies can buff and brighten them as if there was never a problem.

First, check the insides of the tooth for any filling or framing problem. If you spot any, schedule an appointment with your nearby dentist. Once inside, scrub it with baking soda and a toothbrush.

Then rinse and rinse until you flush out the debris. Run plain water through the mouth to rinse, and then spit. Rinse out your mouth with a little hydrogen peroxide, and then spit again. Leave the leaking teeth in water to fill the cracks.

Take tooth resin and rub in a circular motion to clear the extra Paste away with a toothbrush. Use a clean cotton swab to clean the gaps. Then rinse with water until the cleaning becomes clear. Use a toothbrush and toothpaste to brush the teeth.

To prevent further infection, always ensure that your teeth are clean. Brush your teeth at least twice every day, flossing appropriately and get regular dental check-ups to keep those pearly whites in shape.

Alcohol-Free Mouthwash

Alcohol-free mouthwash is another alternative for removing plaque. Alcohol-free mouthwash comes in many different flavors and some of them are even sugar-free.

The downfall of alcohol-free mouthwash is the fluoride. Even the ones that claim they are fluoride-free still contain some trace amounts which is still too much. It is therefore important to be careful about how much you use.

Fluoride can be toxic because it combines with calcium in the body and disrupts the biological functions of the body. It also damages cell membranes and can lead to other health problems.

Since some fluoroide is found in water that is naturally fluoridated, making some adjustments in your diet might help you save some money and complications. Firstly, avoid drinking water out of plastic bottles.

The fluoroide that dissolves in the plastic material is easily absorbed through the skin. Also, avoid using bottled water to brush your teeth. All in all, avoid using chemical toothpaste to brush your teeth and try using fluoride free toothpaste instead.

If you are going for dental treatment, ask your dentist whether fluoride treatment is necessary.

Storage

In a simple, safe and environmentally friendly manner.

We all have different ways to store our extra gold teeth. If you don’t have a safe way to store, you could be holding onto something worth a lot of money. You could be holding onto a very expensive surprise.

A few decades ago, my father was a young man in the Navy doing construction work in France. He went out and bought “gold” teeth and made a little cash on the side. He thought that he was so cool. He also thought they were fake since the guy at the store said that they were made of gold-colored plastic.

Anyways, the young sailors had some fun one night and my father decided to wash his “gold teeth” with Clorox. He had a mini sink in the room and took the paste off, left the real ones in the sink and put the gold ones away. Three days later, he’s scrubbing his teeth and realizes that the dye is coming off the ones he thought were fake. Also, he’s bleeding from the upper jaw — he bit his tongue.

What Not To Do To Your Gold Teeth?

While it may seem like a good idea to add lemon juice or any other acidic substance to gently loosen the tooth, this is a big no-no! When you inevitably place your tooth in the solution, it will use the acidic substance to dissolve your tooth.

That is not the result you want to get. This method can damage teeth very quickly.

With that said, it is important to clean your gold teeth. As you use your teeth over time, remnants of food will get trapped in and around your gold teeth.

This can leave stains on your teeth that only the dentist will be able to remove.

There is also the possibility that foods with lots of sugar will rot around the tooth, leaving a gap that must be filled in.

In order to avoid these issues, it is very important to keep your teeth cleaned.

How To Clean Gold Teeth?

If you don’t want to do it yourself, you can take your gold tooth to a jeweler and have them clean it. They can dip it in warm water to dissolve the buildup off.

For tougher stains, they may use a buffing jeweler’s cloth to remove the rest. Be sure to have them polish it afterwards for a shiny look.

Don’t Use a Whitening Agent

The heat generated by a tooth-whitening agent can actually cause the metal of the gold tooth to shift and warp. The best way to whiten your gold teeth is to use a toothbrush and dental floss to get between the teeth, scraping off any plaque. You can also use a whitening toothpaste and tongue scraper.