How to have great teeth at no cost
If you wish to have a really dazzling smile and
strong teeth, without gingivitis and bad breath, do the following:
(a) Take finely powdered sea salt, mix it with powdered charcoal and
clean your teeth with your fingers. Even tobacco stains go with that. As
against tooth brush which damage the gums, your finger strengthens the
gums with massaging.
(b) Eat lots of crunchy vegetables like carrots, cucumbers, broccoli,
celery, and fresh seasonal fruits and drink citric fruit juices. They
contain natural cleansers and help scrub away the stains without
leeching on the calcium in your teeth and the bones.
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Testimonial: salt water brushing has healed cavities
Salt water, waterpik and dry brushing far better for tooth care than fluoride toothpaste
This is a powerful testimonial sent to me by John Smith (not his real name since he asked for privacy) in October 2008. It furnishes even more evidence that the very things we are told to do to preserve and protect our teeth from cavities, such as brushing with toxin-laden fluoridated toothpaste, are the factors which actually accelerate the destruction of teeth (and gums).1 This testimonial also shows how the "simplest" things can actually heal teeth...
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Firstly, let me say that I have a mild case of tooth erosion. So my teeth are even more vulnerable to cavities and such than "normal teeth".
Let's rewind a year and a half or so. I had been brushing quite well with fluoride toothpaste. However, when going to my yearly dental checkup I had no less than 6 cavities.The dentist also told me to brush very well on the chewing surfaces because there were beginning cavities she didn't want to drill yet. I was disillusioned and thought about it for half a year or so. I thought: how could it be that I was brushing so well and still had so many cavities? Despite brushing with fluoride and not eating many sweet foods, I had so many cavities? I decided to try something else.
I started to use salt water both in a waterpik to make sure to truly get the salt water everywhere around my teeth, and on my toothbrush. No toothpaste was used. The brushing was done a maximum of two times a day (sometimes one) and the waterpik with salt water two times (after every major meal).
Occasionally, I used a cod liver oil supplement as well (don't know if this contributed, but vitamin D is good for strong teeth).
Shortly after starting this routine I noticed my teeth getting less sensitive and much stronger. However when going to the dentist again (+-6 months after starting the new routine) I still expected to have new cavities. But much to my surprise, and this gave me a euphoric feeling, I had no new cavities and the dentist even complimented me on my teeth. She must have been surprised by the fact that no new full-blown cavities had developed, and that the beginning cavities had disappeared.
Now just recently, I have changed my routine somewhat, I now dry brush two times a day (no toothpaste, no salt water, just a little water beforehand to soften my brush) for 20 minutes or so, and I still use the salt water to rinse and in my waterpik. I did not go to the dentist again so I don't know the true effects of this change yet.
The dry brushing has visibly whitened my teeth, without making them look "unhealthily white".
I also want to stop using the waterpik and just rinse thoroughly with salt water, because I fear plastic leakage into the water, the waterpik is made from plastic, but I have not implemented that yet.
My teeth also used to be very sensitive in cold weather. With the new approach, that's almost completely gone as well.
So this is the complete story. Obviously, I can't say that this will prevent all cavities in the future, but it is very clear that the salt water helped preserve and even heal beginning cavities.