Simple tips in addition to your every day routine to keep the build-up from your teeth!
In this video I try DIY toothpaste for the first time with my friend. She gives her honest view on this DIY and we demonstrate how to do it. What are your thoughts on this? Would you add anything to this trio DIY? Here is the link that shows Baking soda is less abrasive
Simple and broken down, I explain plaque on your teeth and how to find a toothpaste that will remove and minimize the plaque. Share this with your friends and anyone looking to improve their smile!
You CAN remove plaque from your teeth at home. The only problem is you cannot see it. This toothpaste stains the plaque green and then you can brush it away! Plaque when it hardens becomes Tarter so it is important to brush is away every time. The problem is you cannot see it but you
Learn about coconut oil pulling with essential oils and mouthwashes that are natural. Pros and Cons discussed. Leave a comment and let me know what you think! Discussed in the video are coconut oil, Tooth and Gum Tonic, Essential Oils from Botanicare, and Plaque HD Dry Mouth Mouthrinse. Facebook: facebook.com/kthehygienist/ Instagram: https instagram.com/katiethehygienist/
Just tried another teeth whitening product. Please subscribe to be updated when more is posted and like and share this with anyone that loves to whiten their teeth!
Turmeric Astrigen and abrasive Coconut oil is supposed to help kill bacteria Ingredients: Organic turmeric powder (where to buy organic turmeric) Method: 1. Wet your toothbrush and then dip it in 1/8 teaspoon turmeric powder. Brush teeth as normal, but instead of rinsing when you’re done, allow the turmeric to sit on your teeth for
Are the medical benefits of flossing unproven? Do you think that plaque is removed from in between your teeth after brushing? Watch this video to find Are out the truth. It’s one of the most universal recommendations in all of public health: Floss daily to prevent gum disease and cavities. Still, the federal government, dental
Every time you visit the dentist for a checkup, there’s one question you’re almost certain to hear: “Have you been flossing regularly?” For a lot of patients, the answer isn’t always yes. Many people make a point of brushing their teeth twice a day, as the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends, but fewer people follow