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9 Effective Ways to Keep Teeth Strong?

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Swetha So Advanced  Analyst
1. Brush twice
2. Avoid Sugar
3. Avoid too cold and too hot eating
4. Use babool
5. Eat food that contains calcium more
6. Chew well
7. Regular check up
8. Avoid chewing gum
9. Drink more water
Jul 6th 2018 02:14 

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CompServ Health Junior  CompServ Health
Avoid the unhealthy or junk food and brush your teeth twice a day.
Sep 27th 2018 01:09   
Miklós Fischer Advanced   ,
At-Home Cures for Gingivitis
You can reverse gingivitis right at home, if you catch it early enough. A saltwater rinse can help soothe and heal the gums. Regular brushing, which means twice a day, is the first step (Medical News Today suggests using an electric tooth brush). You’ll need to add regular dental flossing and the use of a good antiseptic mouthwash to eliminate gingivitis in its early stages.

Don’t be fooled by those who say an herbal mouthwash can get the job done. The Journal of Dental Hygiene’s study “Antiseptic Mouth Rinses: An Update on Comparative Effectiveness, Risks, and Recommendations” concludes that “research supports the effectiveness of antiseptic mouth rinses in reducing plaque and gingivitis as an adjunct to home care.” An additional study from the same journal found that an herbal oral rinse was no better than the placebo in a study comparing antiseptic mouthwash to herbal.

PrecisionNutrition.com lists probiotics, cranberries, and green tea as foods to help combat gingivitis. They all help reduce the populations of harmful bacteria. Livestrong.com suggests nuts, fatty fish, citrus fruits, and leafy green vegetables to help dental health and end gingivitis.

Adding to those foods are these suggestions from 123dentist.com:

Apples
Carrots
Celery
Cheese
Milk
Onions
Peppers
Shiitake mushrooms
Yogurt
Studies have also shown that there are effective herbs and natural ingredients that can help treat gingivitis; among them are sage, turmeric, and peppermint. For more information, check out “11 Top DIY Gingivitis Home Treatment Strategies.”

Finally, that twice-a-year dental visit for a professional cleaning can be a critical to people who battle chronic gingivitis. It’s money and time well spent compared to undergoing the serious complications of out-of-control gingivitis.
Oct 8th 2018 12:06   
Supplement Trade Advanced  Stay Healthy with us
Avoid the unhealthy or junk food and brush your teeth regularly on daily basic
Oct 27th 2018 00:08   
Ronit Roy Advanced  Health Educator & Consultant
“Life Is Short, Smile While You Still Have Teeth”

Here are some useful tips to preserve that beautiful smile of yours.

1. Brush at least twice a day
2. Use fluoridated toothpaste
3. Brush thoroughly
4. Floss your teeth daily
5. Limit sugary foods
6. Limit acidic drinks like soft drinks, cordials and fruit juices
7. Protect your teeth from injury
8. Avoid using your teeth for anything other than chewing food
9. See your dentist for regular check-ups
Feb 13th 2019 23:19   
Milagrobeauty in Committed  Beauty and Skincare consultant
These are some good ways to maker teeth stronger-

Brush twice in a day
Avoid too cold and too hot eating
Use babool as a brush
Feb 14th 2019 03:53   
Daniel Shaw Advanced  Medical Assistant
Drink a lot of water
Don't smoke
Mind your diet
Be aware of acidic foods.
Use the right dental products.
Don't bite or chew non-food objects.
Sep 24th 2019 00:30   
Nha khoa thẩm Hana Freshman  Nha khoa thẩm mỹ Hana
Đánh răng 2 lần/ngày là một cách tốt giúp răng chắc khỏe
Oct 24th 2019 03:51   
Hari om Agrawal Advanced  Retired engineer & websites owner
There are Ayurvedic tips for teeth care.
1. Use of neem (margosa) or babul (also called Acacia Arabica) as a toothbrush to make teeth strong and clean.
2. 2. Basil is again a very good herb. Dry its leaves and make a powder out of it and use the same for brushing. Alternatively, you can mix basil leaves with mustard oil to make a smooth paste. Use the same for brushing your teeth daily. It would ensure healthy teeth and gums.
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Jul 17th 2020 01:47   
Pinky Singh Innovator  women health
daily brush up two times and eat gram dry pea and other dry food like this.
Jul 18th 2020 08:28   
Hari om Agrawal Advanced  Retired engineer & websites owner
If you believe in natural treatment then follow these ayurvedic teeth care tips to attain healthy, strong, and clean teeth.

1. Use the twig of neem (margosa) or babul (also called Acacia Arabica) as a toothbrush to make teeth strong and clean. They would also ward off bad breath, plaque, and other dental problems.
2. Basil is another Ayurvedic teeth care herb. Dry its leaves and make a powder out of it and use the same for brushing. Alternatively, you can mix basil leaves with mustard oil to make a smooth paste. Use the same for brushing your teeth daily. It would ensure healthy teeth and gums. Also, it would keep your teeth sparkling white.
3. Clove oil is good for keeping teeth problems at bay. Apply it daily on your teeth. You may also massage your teeth with the same by using your finger if you want white teeth. Sesame oil is also Ayurvedic Teeth Care a good option for the massage of your teeth.
Jul 26th 2020 01:18   
Hari om Agrawal Advanced  Retired engineer & websites owner
To maintain healthy oral hygiene, and to attain sparkling white teeth, one must take good care on a daily basis. Here are some handy tips to get healthy, beautiful, and white teeth:

Brushing your teeth for 2-5 minutes in a proper way helps you to attain good oral hygiene and avoid various dental problems. You must brush your teeth and tongue also twice a day. It is compulsory to brush before you go to sleep as it would help to remove any foods remained in between the teeth. Remember there should be a gap of 30 minutes between eating and brushing.

Select your toothpaste wisely. Too abrasive toothpaste can strip off the essential enamel from your teeth. If you have sensitive teeth then select the suitable toothpaste. Do not go for just anything.
Oct 18th 2020 02:10   
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