BE YOUR OWN DENTIST! HERE ARE TRICKS TO REMOVE TARTAR BUILDUP AT HOME
Tartar is a build up mineral. Simply brushing your teeth will help, but will not help the process of tartar being removed. In cases of severe tartar deposit it can lead to a health state called periodontitis.
If detected, most often with brownish or yellowish color, the best way to be removed is by paying a visit to your dentist. But there is alternative way that can be done at home.
All you need is:
*Antiseptic mouth wash
Baking soda is the most effective and most often used ingredient when it comes to removing dental plaque.
You can do this in just 4 easy steps.
In a cup mix half a teaspoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of baking soda. Soak the toothbrush in the water and then scoop some of the mix. Brush your teeth in circular motion, spit any residue and continue the same motion for 5 minutes.
Rinse your teeth with prepared mix made of half a cup of warm water and 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide. Repeat until you use the mixture or for 1 minute. Then use 1 cup of cold water in order to rinse.
Take a dental pick and scrub off any tartar that is visible, while being careful not to hurt or scratch your gums.
With the antiseptic mouthwash rinse once again and repeat the same treatment every second day until reaching wanted results.
If you want to keep your white smile white, follow these suggestions.
Fruits and vegetables for a white smile
All fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamin C which will help keeping your white teeth white.
Tomatoes and strawberries are just a few ingredients that can help you, by simply rubbing them onto the teeth. Let them stay for five minutes on the teeth and it will make the tartar soft and very easy to remove. To finish the procedure, mix some water and baking soda, rinse and you are done.
Citrus fruits, such as oranges, limes, lemons, grapefruits, as well as papaya, bell peppers and many more, are rich in vitamin C. In case you do not have tomatoes or strawberries on hand, use some of these.
Dairy – Cheese
Before a meal chew some cheddar cheese or Swiss cheese. Aged cheeses contain ingredients, gained with time, strong enough to naturalize the acid causing plaque.
Try changing the routine, protect your teeth and increase the oral hygiene doing some of the following advices:
*Before bed, after brushing, rub some orange peel without rinsing to protect from forming bacteria.
*Use dental floss on a daily basis.
*Inspect and detect color of the gums and check the spacing between the teeth.
*Best oral cavity cleaner is saliva. Spices and spicy food increases the amount of saliva.
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