Steps to save your teeth and gums
How can I improve the health of my teeth and gums starting right now?
1. Replace your toothpaste with this simple “secret” formula.
You will start to improve the health of your teeth and gums immediately. No kidding, this secret removes harmful bacteria that cause gum disease and eventual tooth (and even bone) loss for just a few pennies per day.
The secret is brushing using a formula of baking soda, sea salt and peroxide (or colloidal silver if you still have metal filings).
Watch the video and read the detailed instructions here: https://www.natural-dentistry.net/the-secret/
2. Get your teeth properly cleaned on a regular basis (2 to 3 times per year)
The “secret” is even more effective after your teeth and gums have been cleaned to remove the irritating plaque and tarter and remove the bacteria hiding below the gum lines. In fact, it works so well that some patients with serious gum issues have even avoided extensive periodontal scaling or lanap surgery by consistently applying Dr. Beata A. Carlson’s formula at home after a deep cleaning.
Our gentle hygienists use the EMS Air Flow Technology to clean teeth more thoroughly and completely than traditional scraping and polishing. They start you on the way to save your teeth and gums.
3. Get a full dental health evaluation from a natural dentist.
Your teeth and gums are living parts of your body. They affect your general health just as your general health and life style affect your teeth and gums.
A natural dentist, such as Dr. Beata A. Carlson, is trained to evaluate your dental health from a holistic perspective. They have a broad set of tools to help you improve your general health while offering the best chance to save your teeth and gums.
Start using the secret today.
Then call Natural Dentistry to start a regular program of dental hygiene. You will have taken the first steps to saving your teeth and gums.
How to prevent tooth plaque explained by Dr. Beata A. Carlson at Natural Dentistry
What is tooth plaque?
Plaque is a buildup of acid that is the result of foods high in carbohydrates left on the teeth.
As bacteria feed on the residue left on teeth from foods, it creates an acid that becomes plaque when built up.
How to prevent plaque built up?
Brushing your teeth at least twice daily, focusing on the area where the tooth meets the gum will prevent plaque from building up.
You should also floss your teeth once per day and use an antibacterial mouthwash.
Visit your dentist every six months for a cleaning and thorough examination.
What are the remedies available to get rid of plaque?
Here are some of the most common and effective home remedies:
- Oil pulling, which is pulling coconut or similar oil through the teeth for two minutes before rinsing the mouth.
- Brush with a baking soda based toothpaste, either store-bought or homemade.
- Paint your teeth with the gel from the aloe vera plant and leave on for 10 minutes before rinsing with water.
- Rinse your mouth with white vinegar and salt.