How to Get rid of Braces Stains

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How to Get rid of Braces Stains

Not every person is able to avoid getting braces, but with a little bit of work and effort you can keep your teeth as bright, white and shiny as possible. One of the last steps before your braces come off is to remove any stains that might have been left by them. In this article I will share with you some steps on how to remove those pesky brace stains!

How to Get rid of Braces Stains

Braces are usually an exciting thing, but the process of getting them can be painful. Braces can sometimes make it difficult to eat or drink and the wires on braces can cause problems for your teeth. If you want to get rid of your braces stains, these steps will help achieve that goal:
-Take a piece of toilet paper and wrap it around your index finger. You should now have a little tube of crumpled toilet paper-
-Leave the toilet paper tube in one hand while you use the other hand to bite on the top edge of the crumpled toilet paper tube. Bite down really hard on that top edge until you feel it dig into your gums. You should be able to feel a slight pain in your

What causes the stains around braces?

The majority of braces stained teeth are caused by the accumulation of plaque and food debris on the brackets. Over time, this buildup can become smeared with saliva and a healthy tooth enamel and cause unattractive stains around the brackets.

How to remove braces stains

There are many factors that can cause stains on braces, such as food and drink. If you are having a difficult time removing the stains, consider using hydrogen peroxide – it can be found at most drug stores. Apply this mixture to a cotton ball and rub it over your teeth and brace area. Leave the solution on for about five minutes or until it begins to lighten up. Rinse with water after removing from your mouth so that you do not stain your teeth


Braces will cause stains on your teeth, but there are ways to make them easier to get rid of. The best way is to use toothpaste that’s designed for braces. Toothpaste with flouride and whitening ingredients works the best. Another suggestion is using a toothbrush with soft bristles so as not to scratch your teeth while brushing.

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