In this video we will show you some of the best home remedies to keep your oral health in shape. These ingredients help remove tartar, plaque, and whiten teeth.
The best way to prevent tartar and plaque formation is proper dental hygiene, as described above, and regular visits to the dentist. But diet also plays a big role in keeping tartar and plaque at bay.
The best way to prevent plaque is to reduce the amount of sugar and starches in your diet. The bacteria in your mouth love sugary and starchy foods. When these bacteria feed on these foods, they create the familiar fluffy feeling on your teeth known as plaque.
Unfortunately, we love many of the foods that bacteria love, too! Sticky sweets and savory snacks that can get stuck between your teeth are the worst offenders. But simply avoiding the following foods or brushing your teeth after eating them can help reduce the risk of plaque formation.
There are many natural ways to remove plaque that can lead to tartar formation, and most of them are based on things you probably already have at home.
The most important thing you can do for your oral health is to brush your teeth twice a day and go to the dentist regularly. But if you can’t get to the dentist, or if you want to keep your teeth in tip-top condition between appointments, these tips will keep your teeth feeling sparkling clean.
0:34 Coconut oil
1:01 Apple cider vinegar
1:29 Banana peel
2:11 How to prevent tartar and plaque formation
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