BEST & NATURAL ALTERNATIVES TO FLUORIDE

BEST & NATURAL ALTERNATIVES TO FLUORIDE

Natural Alternatives to Fluoride

Protecting your teeth and gums requires time, commitment, and the right tools. Brushing your teeth, flossing, and limiting sugar intake are all key. Although fluoride is often touted as a must, it doesn’t hold a candle to natural alternatives for dental health. Here are some supplements to consider adding to your oral health regimen.

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Neem

Neem is amazing. One study showed that using a mouthwash containing neem oil outperformed most fluoride dental products when it came to reducing plaque in the mouth.! Other studies suggest it has almost miraculous properties when it comes to approaching gingivitis.

Coconut Oil

With its antibacterial compounds, coconut oil is a much better choice than the endocrine-disrupting triclosan found in many traditional types of toothpaste. You can use coconut oil as toothpaste or simply use it as a means of oil pulling. It is found that it slows the increase of many types of bacteria that lead to cavities.

Oregano Oil

Oregano oil is one of those items with a million uses, and promoting oral health is one of them. Oregano oil can be highly beneficial for dental issues and can be used to soothe toothaches, abscesses, and mouth sores. Because of its potency, though, always be sure that you dilute it with something like olive oil. You can even use it like a mouthwash, spitting it out after you’ve swished it around your mouth.

Herbal Tooth Powders

Herbal tooth powders can be used in place of toothpaste. They do a good job of cleaning, and the herbal ingredients can also help ease inflammation, pain and infection throughout the mouth.

Sea Salt

Sea salt is a terrific way to kill germs and is abrasive enough to remove plaque easily. In fact, sea salt can be too abrasive. You want to remove plaque, but you don’t want to scrub away your enamel. Put some sea salt in a bit of water first, then dip your toothbrush in the solution and scrub with confidence!

Myrrh

This herb is mostly used to combat bad breath and is a common ingredient in some fluoride-free toothpastes. The compounds present in myrrh are toxic to the bad-breath-causing bacteria. It can also help strengthen your gums. A study has demonstrated its effectiveness in fighting periodontal disease.

Simple Tips to Improve Your Oral Health

-If you can Avoid fluoridated toothpaste completely.
-Drink plenty of water to remove residual food particles, if any.
-Avoid or reduce high-carbohydrate beverages such as soda and sports drinks.
-Brush and floss your teeth regularly.
-Limit the use of sugar and sugar-based products.

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