One teaspoon to remove stains on tooth

Brush your teeth every few days with a mixture of baking soda and water.
Rinse your mouth with a dilute solution of hydrogen peroxide every day or every few days. Always rinse your mouth with water afterwards.

Treatments
1. Enamel microabrasion
2. Teeth whitening or bleaching
3. Dental veneer
4. Topical fluoride
5. Composite resin.
6. Using fluoride-free water
7. Using the right amount of toothpaste
8. Testing well water
9. Following fluoride supplement recommendations
10. Reducing sugary and acidic foods and drinks
11. Seeing a dentist

If you’ve ever wondered about those little white spots on your teeth, you’re not alone. White spots on the teeth are a form of sharp discoloration called descaling. It sounds a little scary, but it’s actually a common cosmetic tooth problem that most people will experience at some point in their lives. Here we explain the common causes and treatment of these annoying little white spots on your teeth and how you can prevent them in the future.