How to get rid of tartar and plaque

Due to the unsightly layer of tartar, our teeth are vulnerable to cavities. European Nutritionists have found that using yeast as toothpaste, tartar can be removed without the use of a dentist. Use the following natural remedies to obtain the desired smile:

Use yeast

It is sufficient to apply on the toothbrush a little yeast instead of the traditional toothpaste recommended by dentists, and do a thoroughly cleaning of the teeth and gums without rubbing too hard, because these can cause irritation.

After washing, rinse your mouth with lukewarm water. The treatment should be applied daily, in the morning, after breakfast or in the evening, after dinner. It neutralizes the acids in the mouth and melts the bacteria.

Use sea salt

It contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, and iron. These nutrients strengthens gums, protects against tartar and bad breath. Rich in iodine, sea salt has antibacterial properties and helps neutralize acids. Salt increases the production of saliva, and saliva creates a barrier that protects tooth enamel.

Put a teaspoon of salt on your toothbrush. You can also put a tablespoon of sea salt in 100ml of hot water and after the salt dissolves, clean your mouth with it for 30 seconds.

Eat more fruits!

Fruits and vegetables with hard consistency – apples, pears, carrots, etc. – are very healthy for teeth because they remove plaque and tartar from the teeth and even the bacteria on the gums. Pomegranate juice has antibacterial and antiviral effects and helps in the submission of tartar.

Favorable factors: salivary pH and certain foods

Dental plaque is deposited differently to each person according to body predisposition. Salivary pH is the most important factor that causes plaque to settle faster. The more viscous the saliva is, the more stagnates and fills the teeth to form plaque.

Sugar and sticky foods (like candy) also contribute to the formation of tartar. If plaque is allowed to settle and it is not removed, there is the risk of periodontal disease.

Thus, teeth begin to move because the microbes are not removed, leading to loose teeth.