Remove Tartar Buildup At Home With These Simple Tips And Tricks
Tartar buildup, also called dental calculus is a yellow, brownish mineral deposit that appears on your teeth. With time the quantity of this deposit increase and it can cause periodontitis. That is why it is important to remove tartar buildup regularly. Visiting your dentist is maybe the first solution, but you can also clean your teeth and remove tartar buildup at home.
This is what you will need to do this treatment at home:
• baking soda
• hydrogen peroxide
• dental pick
• antiseptic mouth wash
Remember that baking soda is the most efficient tool for removing tartar.
Follow the instructions:
In a cup, mix 1 tbsp. of baking soda with ½ tsp. of salt. Rinse your toothbrush and then dip it in this mixture. You should brush your teeth for around five minutes.
Prepare a mixture of 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide and ½ cup of warm water. Rinse your mouth with this and at the end wash your mouth with cold water.
Using a dental pick, rub the yellow tartar from your teeth. Be careful not to damage your gums.
Rinse your mouth every second day with an antiseptic mouthwash.
Following these simple instructions will help you remove the tartar and maintain good dental health.
In addition, we are going to share a few more tips for healthy and gorgeous smile.
Cheddar or Swiss cheese helps to neutralize the acids that are causing tartar. Eat some of this cheese before meal as a protection.
Strawberries and Tomatoes
These foods are high in vitamin C and they help in maintaining good oral health. Just rub them directly on your teeth and leave it like that for 5 minutes. This will make the tartar softer. Then wash your mouth with warm water and baking soda.
There are also some other things that you can do to maintain good dental oral health:
-Always brush your teeth carefully using a soft brush. Be sure to clean well the space between the teeth and gums.
– Use dental floss frequently
-Rub your teeth with a piece of orange peel to prevent bacteria spreading before going to bed.