Tartar is a form of hardened dental plaque which appears on our teeth, which if left untreated, it can cause result in periodontitis.
ONE OF THE USUAL WAYS OF TREATING THIS PROBLEM IS GOING TO YOUR DENTIST. BUT, YOU CAN ALSO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM, WITHOUT VISITING YOUR DENTIST, AS THERE IS A SIMPLE WAY OF REMOVING IT AT YOUR HOME.
To do the procedure, you will need the following:
– A cup;
– Dental pick;
– Antiseptic mouth wash;
– Baking soda;
– Hydrogen peroxide.
How to prepare and use it?
Into a bowl, first mix a tablespoon of baking soda with half a teaspoon of salt. After that, dip a wet toothbrush in the mixture and rub it on your teeth. Do the procedure for 5 minutes and after that fill a cup with hydrogen peroxide and mix it with half a cup of warm water. Rinse your mouth with the solution and in the end spit it out. After that, rinse it with half a cup of cold water. The next thing on the list is to rub the tartar with a dental pick and rinse your mouth with anticeptal mout wash. For better results, do the procedure in the next few days.
If you want to have a beautiful and great smile, follow this tips.
Strawberries and tomatoes
Both strawberries and tomatoes are rich in essential nutrients, such as vitamin C which is an excellent vitamin for our oral health. This fruits will help you in easier removing of the tartar, bu rubbing them on your teeth and letting them to work for 5 minutes. After that, rinse your mouth with baking soda and that is all. This procedure can be also made with some other sources of vitamin C, such as lemon, bell peppers, berries, lime, oranges and papaya.
If you consume some Swiss cheese before your meals, it will neutralize the acids that are the cause of plaque buildup on your teeth.
You should also brush and floss your teeth regularly in order to keep away tartar. You will need to consume spicy food in order to boost saliva production, which cleans the mouth naturally, and also rub some orange peel on your teeth right before going to bed in order to eliminate bacteria in your oral cavity.