NoFap And Whiter Teeth – Possible Or Not?

Can NoFap Make Your Teeth Whiter?

If you are looking for an answer to the question “Can NoFap make your teeth whiter?”, then I'll make your search as short as possible by giving you the answer right away…

…No, NoFap can not make your teeth whiter!

I'm sorry about that, but even if NoFap is a great lifestyle, it can still not perform miracles.

Think about it, why would NOT playing with your weiner suddenly get rid of years of stains and discolorations ingrained in your teeth?

It's just not possible.

How To Get Whiter Teeth -Stuff That Actually Works-

Well, at least now you know the truth, and before you get all upset, let's take a look at a few other options if you want whiter teeth.

Options that actually make a difference…

…when it comes to your dazzling smile, that is :)

Have Your Dentist Make a Mold Of Your Teeth

Another option is going to your dentist.

There your dentist will make a mold of your teeth and give you two plastic forms that you take home with you. You then put a teeth-whitening compound in that form and leave them on around your teeth for a good while, and repeat that procedure for a few days. This is pretty effective, but it also costs a lot of money.

There are faster methods the dentist can use, but those often costs close to a thousand dollars, depending on where you live, of course.


  • It is effective on most people.


  • It is very expensive.

Things That Stains And Make Your Teeth Yellow-
Avoid These:

If you do decide to make your teeth wither by going to the dentist, then after you have done so you should do your best to stay away from the following, as these are the biggest contributors to yellow and stained teeth, and they can actually ruin your newfound dazzling smile, surprisingly fast.

So avoid, or at least drastically reduce, the following as much as possible…

Smoking cigarettes…

It is the tar in combination with nicotine, as well as a few other compounds found in cigarettes, that slowly build up on your teeth over time, creating a nasty yellow surface that can't be removed just by brushing your teeth.

Of course, it is not only your teeth that will thank you if you quit, as we all know about the health risks that comes along with smoking cigarettes. So do consider giving up this nasty habit…

…or at least cut down drastically.

Drinking coffee…

Now this one is a bit of a bummer, since coffee is such a beloved beverage, however, coffee can really stain your teeth and it's not the dark color of the coffee itself that does it, but rather the caffeine and roughness of the beverage itself…

…especially if you drink lots of it.

So, why not try to limit your use?

If you are drinking five or six cups a day, try to work your way down to one or two cups a day. Your teet will stay whiter much longer and the quality of you sleep will improve as well.

Drinking tea…

Unfortunately this goes for drinking tea as well.

Tea can really stain the dental plaque that sits on your teeth. This is especially true if you don't brush your teeth right after you have enjoyed your cup. This popular beverage can really penetrate your teeth and discolor them pretty quickly.

Blueberries and red wine…

Blueberries, and other berries that contain high amounts of antioxidants can make your teeth turn yellow. This is also why red wine can be bad for your dazzling smile. Now the red wine also contain antioxidants, but here it's more because of acids, tannin, and natural dyes found in the wine, that that can make your teeth yellow and stained.

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NoFap And Whit Teeth Final Words

Ok, so there you have it. Although NoFap is a great lifestyle, unfortunately it can not perform miracles and make your your teeth go from fifty shades of yellow to shining white. So if the color of your teeth are really bothering you, you will have to take action yourself and do something about that and…

…just staying away from fapping will unfortunatly not help you here.

Thank you for reading!

-Scandinavian Bob-

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FAQ's About PMO Rebooting Benefits in General

Question: Will NoFap ever get easier?

Answer: Yes it will, it will get much easier when you overcome your addiction (assuming you are addicted) but it will most likely always be somewhat challenging. Even if you have an addiction, and you overcome it, we still have to understand that it is a natural drive and that urges will often be present nevertheless. But you know what, the fact that it challenging is good. Nothing worth achieving comes easy. That's what separates the men from the boys.

Question: Can fapping to porn cause anxiety?

Answer: Yes it most certainly can. That is one of the most common negative symptoms guys experience. In particular social anxiety. Check this article out: NoFap and social anxiety.

Question: I have been rebooting for 9 days and I still don't see any benefits. Should I give up?

Answer: Sounds to me like you are looking for an excuse to quit. Come on now, 9 days is nothing. Most people will have to go through the flatline, often starting in the second week, and have to push though periods of feeling even worse than before they started NoFap… for several weeks. What I'm saying is, you can't expect seeing results this quickly. Sure, some guys do, but most will have to keep going for at least a month before seeing any benefits at all, and many for several months – especially if they have developed deep ingrained addiction related brain changes.

Question:  Can libido supplements help with PIED?

Answer: Some of them can actually help quite a bit and I have talked about a couple of them on this website, for example this one right here, but rebooting is and should always bee the number one priority.

Question: Can I go back to watching porn after my reboot?

Answer: Your life, your rules, but why would you wanna do that? If you are rebooting to reverse some of the negative side effects from porn use, then why go back to something that caused your problems in the first place? Even if you try to use it in moderation, it's a slippery slope, and you will most likely end up using it more and more, and before you know it, you are back to your old life again and have to start all over. Hardly seems worth it, as far as I'm concerned. But again, your life, your rules.

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