Naturally Remineralize Teeth: The Ultimate Guide to Dental Health

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Last year, was the year of the dentist for me. A single bite of crusty bread sent tooth shards scattering. It was expensive and unpleasant. How can I solve this naturally? There’s got to be a natural way to remineralize teeth and regrow receding gums. I started my research and it has been a success!

What if certain essential oils, xylitol, and the right toothpaste could rebuild your enamel and freshen your breath? Swishing with salt water and seeing the hygienist regularly don’t sound so bad either. Just think—strong, healthy teeth without the dentist dread.

Eucalyptus essential oil keeps your gums and teeth strong by driving away bacteria that leads to tooth decay and gum disease. Small doses of eucalyptus oil support strong teeth and prevent the need for dentures and veneers. As a mouth wash I put one drop of organic eucalyptus essential oil in my mouth (don’t swallow) then water from the tap (don’t swallow) swirl around, spit out and you have a natural, organic mouth wash.

Gargling with salt water rinses offers many oral health benefits, from reducing inflammation to encouraging tissue regeneration. Salt water helps to tighten gums and heals bleeding. I keep a jar of salt water in the kitchen and swirl (don’t swallow) when you walk past. It has to be natural salt not normal white table salt ( which is detrimental for teeth and body).

Studies show that Xylitol dental benefits include effectively decrease acid-producing bacteria by up to 90%. Xylitol also keeps the bacteria from adhering to teeth which decreases plaque. Xylitol may be able to heal caries and reduce tooth decay. You can find Xylitol in chewing gum, mints, toothpaste.

Use a toothpaste with hydroxyapatite which can assist in strengthening, restoring and rebuilding your teeth. Hydroxyapatite is a mineral found naturally in teeth and bones. Toothpastes containing hydroxyapatite help remineralize teeth by depositing minerals back into tooth enamel.

Following these natural tips can help remineralize your teeth, tighten your gums and promote overall dental health so you can avoid expensive dental treatments


Naturally Remineralize Teeth FAQs: Your Top Questions Answered

How does salt water help my teeth?

Salt water is naturally antibacterial, so swishing it around in your mouth helps reduce inflammation and fight infections that lead to gum disease or cavities. The salt also helps tighten your gums, which reduces bleeding. Make a simple salt water rinse with 1 teaspoon of salt in a cup of warm water. Swish for 30 seconds, then spit it out.

What are the benefits of xylitol?

Xylitol is a natural sweetener that looks like sugar, tastes like sugar, but isn’t actually sugar. It helps neutralize plaque acids in your mouth and prevents bacteria from sticking to your teeth. Studies show xylitol can reduce cavities by up to 90% over time. You can find xylitol in many sugar-free gums, mints, and candies. Just be sure to check the ingredients and choose a product with 100% xylitol and few other ingredients.

How does hydroxyapatite help remineralize teeth?

Hydroxyapatite is a mineral compound found naturally in teeth and bones. Using a toothpaste containing hydroxyapatite helps put this mineral back where it belongs—in your teeth. As the hydroxyapatite is absorbed into your tooth enamel, it helps strengthen your teeth, reduce sensitivity, and even repair minor cracks or chips.

What are the benefits of eucalyptus essential oil for oral health?

Eucalyptus essential oil is an natural antiseptic, meaning it helps kill the bacteria in your mouth that lead to gum disease and tooth decay. It leaves your mouth feeling fresh and clean, and may even whiten your teeth over time. Add 1-2 drops of eucalyptus essential oil to a cup of warm water and swish for 30 seconds. Or add a drop to your toothbrush before brushing. Be sure to spit it out and not swallow the essential oil.

By following these natural tips, you can remineralize your teeth, tighten your gums, freshen your breath and avoid expensive dental work. Your dentist will surely be impressed at your next checkup! Staying on top of your oral health now will save you trouble and money down the road.

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