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Struggling with a bad breath? Have you felt socially handicapped due to bad breath that you are trying to get rid of? If yes,...
With the right approach, problems can be fixed at home. A bulb syringe clears a clogged ear. Tweezers can be used to remove a tick, but don’t twist it. If you have a bruise or sprain, use the RICE method. A ring that’s stuck on your finger can be removed by moving swelling up the finger. Duct tape can remove warts, while warm salt water treats an ingrown toenail. Gingivitis can be cured with an anti-bacterial tea tree oil mouthwash.
Gum disease is the inflammation and infection of gums, or gingivitis. If left untreated, it turns into periodontitis. Dentists typically prescribe an antimicrobial mouthwash called chlorhexidine, but it can stain the teeth and cause irritation. Treat it naturally with coconut oil pulling instead. A mouthwash with tea tree oil or lemongrass oil is also just as effective. Mix with water and swish like normal mouthwash, but don’t swallow.
Want to make your gums healthy? Gum disease affects almost 1 in 2 Americans over the age of 30. Thankfully, preventing gum disease and making your gums and teeth stronger are just a matter of a little discipline and some safe, simple home remedies! So practice some simple oral hygiene tips and get cardamom, pomegranate juice, basil seeds, cloves, and even green tea to work on your gums for you!
Lauric acid in coconut oil has antimicrobial properties and can fight harmful mouth bacteria that cause bad breath, tooth decay, and other gum diseases. Adding coconut oil to your oral hygiene routine can reduce plaque and strengthen teeth. You can use the oil in the ancient oil pulling technique or even make a coconut oil toothpaste.
Good oral health is the key to good overall health in both humans and animals. Because animals make use of their teeth so often,...
Gum diseases are caused due to plaque and tartar which are a result of bacterial build-up in the oral cavity. Tea tree oil is used as an effective alternative treatment because of its antiseptic, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. It prevents plaque formation, treats gingivitis and periodontitis, prevents bad breath, relieves toothache, and promotes good dental health.
Tooth decay is extremely common, but you can prevent it by brushing and flossing regularly. These habits will also ward off gum inflammation, mouth sores, and salivary gland infections. If you smoke, quitting will decrease your risk for oral cancer. These disorders are quite painful, so you’ll have a hard time eating, talking, and showing emotion through facial expressions. Bad breath is another problem.
Have you woken up at night often feeling your mouth is dry as a desert? This could be because you are breathing through your...
Acacia flour is a rich source of protein, so it’s great for vegans and vegetarians. Its high fiber content will also lower your risk for type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol. Arabic gum, which is made from acacia sap, can even lower your BMI. Dealing with gingivitis? Use Arabic gum for a natural remedy. You’ll also get a high dose of antioxidants, giving you protection from various diseases. Side effects of acacia include bloating, diarrhea, nausea, and weird mouth sensations.
How can you get rid of your "plastic smile" and smile confidently when you meet people? Here's an unusual answer for that question. You can do that by...
Frequent hormonal and dietary shifts during pregnancy may leave you prone to sensitive teeth and gums. For a quick fix, you may try all-natural (and highly safe!) remedies like applying a hot or cold compress to the affected area and chewing on a piece of raw onion, garlic, or some fresh spinach leaves. Equally soothing can be a salt-water gargle or rinse.
Gingivitis is a type of gum disease caused by bacterial infection. The disease is mostly caused by poor oral hygiene. When you don't clean...
You brush your teeth every day. You think you're doing it right. But are you? Learn to brush your teeth the right way for optimum oral health.
Besides flossing and brushing regularly, eat foods rich in Calcium, Magnesium, Vit B and C, and Co Q10 to prevent bone loss, and build strong connective tissue and healthy gums. Natural antiseptic herbs like calendula and chamomile can cure swelling of the gums and mouth ulcers. Massage the jaw over the teeth area to improve circulation and use round-bristled brushes.
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