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Gluten free whitening toothpaste

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Check ingredient labels of whitening products. If it does not say "Gluten Free" then look for any kind of starch. If the source of the starch (wheat, corn, potatoes, etc.) is not specified that should raise flags. Then call the manufacturer and seek an answer as to the starch source.

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My dentist  would tell you to stop consuming  coffee and tea. 😂

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I recently gave up coffee in an effort to get off my PPI. My teeth should get whiter now? Boy, I miss coffee. And it was decalf so not the lift it gave, just the taste and holding that warm thing in my hand in the morning as I check the latest Internet news. Now I've substituted herbal teas for the coffee but not the same.

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On 7/31/2020 at 2:53 PM, Nina G said:

My teeth are quite yellow. How can I whiten them in a gluten-free way without going to a dentist?

Many things can cause teeth to become discolored ("yellow"): smoking, drinking/eating too much caffeine (coffee, black tea, chocolate) or other foods/beverages which contain artificial brown/yellow colors, poor or erratic dental hygiene (not brushing, flossing, or lack of regular dentist visits for routine care, cleanings).   

Your first step should be a dental appointment to ID the root cause of your yellow teeth and have that addressed.  You just may need nothing more than a simple tooth cleaning to fix the problem.       

Personally, I never use OTC or dental "whitening" products or treatments.  They are corrosive (contain bleach), can damage tooth enamel and gums, and are unnecessary for dental health.  Here is a link to gluten-free dental products:


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