13 Things That Will Completely Remove Tartar From Your Mouth And Give You A Shiny Smile • MetDaan

13 Things That Will Completely Remove Tartar From Your Mouth And Give You A Shiny Smile


Your smile is one of your best friends, and in order to make good impressions, you need to take good care of that friend. Brushing your teeth on a daily basis isn’t going to solve all the problems, especially if you have tartar, that is actually bacteria that gathers around the lines of your gums. This is found at the bottom of your teeth and it’s unhygienic, but most of all, dangerous. This can eventually lead to gum disease and a lot more serious health issues. The first problem may be yellow teeth, and you can’t afford not to smile later on in your life, can you? Oral health is of crucial importance, and you need to keep this area clean and polished, just like you wash your clothes. If this is something you have finally decided to work on, here are some mixtures that will help you remove tartar from your teeth.


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First of all, it is important to note that many gum diseases are linked to developing serious illnesses, such as Alzheimer’s disease. There are a lot of things one can do about it and form certain habits. For starters, it is advisable to take your sweet time while brushing your teeth, use proper equipment with a good toothpaste. If you are still experiencing issues, here is what you can do.

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1. Mint oil and lemon



Take anise, lemon, water and mint oil. Mix them together very well. Once you have made this mixture, use a few drops of it regularly to rinse your mouth out. This will help you take better care of your mouth cavity.

2. Rosemary and mint



Take half a cup rosemary, two cups of water and one cup of fresh mint. Mix all these ingredients well in boiling water and leave it there for around fifteen minutes. Drain the liquid out from all that mixture and let it refrigerate. Once it has cooled down, use that to rinse your mouth with. The results are amazing!

3. Regular flossing



Flossing is essential to keep your mouth clean because there are places that the toothbrush can’t reach. Use a piece of floss to reach the dirty areas between your teeth and use a gargling mouth wash to clean all the mess that you have flossed. The added advantage of floss is to clean the gum and the area where the tooth connects to the gum, and toothbrushes don’t do that easily.

4. Coconut oil


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Coconut oil is wonderful for all your body, including your teeth. All you have to do is take a few tablespoons out and melt them till it turns liquid. Now, use it as mouthwash and rinse your mouth with it. Coconut oil has the properties to protect your mouth from bacteria, so start today!

5. Use fluoride toothpaste


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There is a good reason for why fluoride is an integral constituent of any toothpaste you see. It helps in the increase of the fluoride already present in the mouth. In this way, it strengthens your teeth and also helps in the prevention of any inflammation or cavities in your teeth. Due to fluoride, the area which is affected or infected begins to fix the damaged areas and tartar will stop forming.

6. Use toothpaste specifically targeting tartar control


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In order to control tartar, use specific and targeted toothpaste for it. Particular toothpaste for specific areas will help you remove plaque and tartar. Necessary toothpaste ingredients involve a lot of other chemicals such as zine, pyrophosphates, and citrate. These chemicals break down the formation of tartar on your teeth.

7. Use gel taken out of aloe vera plant and scrub made of glycerin


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Mix aloe vera, vegetable glycerine, baking soda, lemon oil, and water and make a paste out of it. Then use that paste to brush your teeth and rinse after. Use it regularly in the beginning and once the tartar goes away, use it once or twice a week.

8. Use the peel of an orange for tartar



Use a peel directly on your teeth for a couple of minutes and then leave your mouth like that for a bit. Rinse it afterwards with water. Also, you can make a paste out of orange peels and apply it to the teeth. The peels fight microorganisms that exist in your mouth.

9. Consume more fruits And vegetables


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Dentists suggest that you should have these at least 60 minutes or so after you have had food, because it is a natural way to clean your mouth. It removes remaining particles, chances of getting plaque or yellow your teeth. Also, it helps to make the gums stronger.

10. Chew sesame seeds



You need to slowly chew on the seeds, but it is important to know that after chewing you cannot swallow them.  It is to be done at least twice in 7 days. The seeds rub against the teeth and work as a scrub, taking the tartar off your teeth.

11. Eat figs


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Eat them slowly to be more effective, and it is preferred that you do it a few hours after having your meal. It is the time when you need cleaning the most. By chewing them slowly, you are activating your glands that produce saliva.

12. Automatic toothbrush


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Many dentists recommend the use of an electronically charged toothbrush as compared to a normal one – they consider it to be more efficient in cleaning teeth and gums.

13. Lemon



After rinsing your toothbrush with water, dip it into some lemon juice. Gently rub the brush with this juice on your teeth and gums. Let it soak and settle in for a minute or so before rinsing your mouth with tepid water. Repeat this every alternate day, initially. Later when things get better, you can do it once a week. The acidic content of lemon is responsible due to its antimicrobial properties. It helps to dissolve and in eventually removing the plaque and tartar. It also contributes to whitening your teeth as it acts as a natural bleaching agent.


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