Our family stopped using tooth paste a year ago and our gums and teeth are actually healthier! No “Natural” tooth paste, baking soda, salt crystals, charcoal, or peroxide!
We tried the more “Natural” commercial toothpastes and alternatives but found that our issues with sensitive teeth, plaque and tartar continued to raise their ugly heads! I did some research and found that many people were using “Tooth Oil”. I researched some more and came up with a blend of essential oils that are absolutely amazing at killing bacteria. After a good dental cleaning to remove plaque and tartar I began my experiment. It took only a month or so of using our Tooth Oil Blend and I forgot about my sensitive teeth and receding gums. They were no longer an issue. I also did not have recurring plaque and tartar buildup!
Recently, I had the opportunity to speak to a dental hygienist about my findings. She explained to me that the core issue with gum and dental health is killing the bacteria that resides in the mouth. Once the bacteria is dispatched, plaque and tartar cannot form, therefore allowing the gums to heal and inhibit the formation of cavities. In further reading, I found that bacteria combined with sugars or starches turns to acids. These acids, food bits, bacteria and saliva then form into a sticky substance called plaque. Plaque sticks to teeth and if left to set up residence will form tartar. Plaque and tartar irritate the gums and settle on the teeth causing gum disease, cavities and other dental issues. It seems apparent that killing bacteria growth in the mouth naturally will promote gum and dental health!
Many people have asked us if our Tooth Oil really works. I am convinced that I’ve made a good choice for my family. If you are curious about the benefits of our Tooth Oil, you can read more at Original Tooth Oil Essential Oil Blend.
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