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Tips to Naturally Care for Your Teeth and Gums - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

Tips to Naturally Care for Your Teeth and Gums

Are you taking time to care for your teeth?  It’s one of the most important preventative measures you can take for your oral health and overall health.

Suppose you don’t properly care for your teeth and gums. In that case, it can lead to many issues, including infections of the mouth, facial pain, gum disease, and more serious health issues, including infertility, diabetes, kidney disease, dementia, heart disease, cancer, and stroke.

Don’t worry. There are more than a few things you can do to care for your teeth and gums naturally. Keep reading to learn what these things are and how you can ensure good oral health without using chemicals and other potentially harmful products.

Start from the Inside Out

Having a healthy mouth is something that involves your whole body. If you want to keep your mouth healthy, your body requires fat-soluble vitamins and minerals. While the vitamins and minerals support your entire body, they also help create more mineral-rich saliva that is used to protect your teeth.

A great way to get these nutrients is by using herbal infusions. The right nourishing herbal infusion includes higher levels of minerals and vitamins that are easily absorbed and that help to support healthy teeth.

Saliva and Oral Health

Saliva is the way your body protects your teeth. From a practical perspective, teeth are re-mineralized as saliva moves over them. However, it’s necessary to consume the proper nutrients, or your saliva won’t have the minerals necessary to strengthen and protect your teeth. You can also use natural toothpaste, which will help you provide your teeth with an additional layer of protection.

Watch Your Diet

Make sure you eat a balanced diet that includes dairy, meats, vegetables, and fruits. Doing this will ensure you have all the nutrients required to keep your teeth healthy and strong.

Remember, acidic foods will increase the possibility of tooth decay since they break down the enamel and let bacteria make it into your teeth. While this is true, you should not completely avoid acidic foods. Some are quite beneficial to your body.

It’s also possible to reduce the impact of acidic foods. You can do this by rinsing your mouth out with water after you eat. You can also drink acidic liquids, like soda and black coffee, using a straw, which ensures it bypasses your teeth completely. Make sure you don’t brush your teeth right after eating. The acids from your food weaken the enamel, which makes it vulnerable when you brush.

It’s also important to limit how much sugar you consume. While sugar is not acidic on its own, the microbes in your mouth will thrive on it. The microbes produce acid that will cause serious damage to your teeth. Additionally, excess sugar is the cause of many health issues.

Vegetables and Fruits

Eating peppers, carrots, celery sticks, and apples all help your teeth be healthy and strong because this triggers saliva production, stimulates the gums, and gives your body the nutrients required to strengthen your teeth.

Sesame Seeds

You can use sesame seeds as a type of oral scrub. Chew them, but don’t swallow. You can then use your toothbrush to rub the sesame seeds over your teeth, similar to how you would use toothpaste. The chewed seeds will gently remove tartar and plaque on your teeth without causing damage.

Floss Daily

Flossing is essential. Unfortunately, many people don’t do it, or they don’t do it properly. It’s a good idea to learn how to floss your teeth properly and do this daily for good oral health.

Keeping Your Teeth Healthy Naturally

If you want to keep your teeth healthy naturally, start with the tips and information above. Each of the steps here will help you maintain healthy, strong teeth for your life. Being informed and knowing what to do to keep your teeth healthy will pay off and set you up for minimal oral health issues now and down the road.


Publish Date: December 1, 2021 2:55 PM

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