Today’s Solutions: December 02, 2021

Going to the dentist to keep your pearly whites clean can be an expensive trip, but that doesn’t mean that dental care, in general, has to be pricey. There are some teeth-cleaning products you can use every day that are sure to keep your teeth white and your wallet happy. The people over at Clean Eating Magazine always have good, trustworthy recommendations when it comes to the foods and products we should use to maintain ourselves.  So today, we’re sharing three chemical-free, bacteria-fighting smile boosters from them that you should consider adding to your teeth-cleaning routine.

Minty Fresh: An EWG-verified product, Dr. Brite Cleansing Mouth Rinse in Mint, is alcohol-free and contains vitamin C and activated charcoal. Use this rinse daily to boost gum health, freshen breath, and whiten teeth. $9, drbrite.com.

Sugar-free gum: Naturally flavored with Xylitol and spearmint oil, SpryDental Defense Stronger Longer Spearmint Xylitol Gum freshens breath while also helping to prevent tooth decay. $2 per pack, xlear.com.

Oral Probiotic: Formulated with probiotics including S. salivarius K12 and S. salivarius M18, Hyperbiotics PRO-Dental is a chewable tablet that helps rid the mouth of the bad bacteria and sticky deposits that can lead to bad breath and plaque. $23, hyperbiotics.com.

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