Be Your Own Dentist: How to Remove Tartar Build-up at Home

Here are some simple methods to remove tartar:

1. Mix a cup of hydrogen peroxide with ½ a cup of warm water, rinse your mouth for one minute, spit and then rinse again with a ½ cup of cool water.

2. Mix a tablespoon of baking soda with a ½ teaspoon of salt in a cup, rinse your toothbrush with warm water, and dip it into the mix. Then brush your teeth and spit. The treatment should take about five minutes.

3. Rinse your mouth with a natural antiseptic mouthwash every second day.

4. Use a dental pick to remove the tartar, but be careful not to scrape your gums.

To keep your teeth clean and healthy and prevent the build-up of tartar, try these insider tips:

 

1. Eat Cheese

Eating Swiss or Cheddar cheese before a meal helps to neutralize the acids that lead to tartar.

2. Strawberries and Tomatoes

Strawberries and tomatoes are rich in vitamin C, they help to keep your teeth white and soften tartar. Rub them on your teeth and leave them for five minutes. This technique also works with other food that is high in vitamin C.

3. Dental Floss

Flossing your teeth twice a day after brushing helps to prevent the build-up of tartar, practice your technique and it should only take 30 seconds to do.

4. Eat Spicy Food

Eating chili triggers your saliva glands, which helps to clean your mouth naturally.

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