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Tooth decay is one of the most common oral health problems in the world. Did you know that a cavity is not a sudden occurrence? Cavity is a process of tooth decay over time.

Did you know that you can naturally prevent and even reverse the tooth decay process?

Tooth decay-cavities usually occur due to a bacterial infection that causes demineralization (loss of tooth minerals) and destruction of hard tooth tissue.

The following factors can increase the risk of cavities:

  1. Foods that stick to teeth for a long time
  2. Frequent eating of snacks or drinking a sip of soft drinks
  3. Poor oral hygiene
  4. Not getting enough fluoride
  5. Dry mouth
  6. Erosion of the previous filling of the tooth
  7. Eating disorders such as anorexia or overeating can also contribute to serious dental problems

The signs and symptoms of tooth decay-cavities vary depending on the type and severity.  Some common symptoms include toothache, tooth sensitivity, mild to severe pain when eating or drinking liquids, visible hole in the tooth and discolored spots on the surface of tooth (black, white or brown).

If cavities are left untreated, they can lead to severe toothache, infection and even tooth loss. 

The first step in preventing cavities from forming and stopping the growth of existing cavities is good dental care. Brush your teeth at least twice a day in the morning and at bedtime for at least 2 minutes and floss once a day. Also, gently clean your tongue daily by brushing on the surface.

Here are 10 natural home remedies for tooth decay :

1. Clove

Clove is one of the most important ingredients in the treatment of any dental problems including cavities. Due to the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of cloves, it can be used to help reduce pain and prevent the cavity from expanding:

  • Dilute 2 to 3 drops of clove oil with a quarter of a teaspoon of sesame seed oil. Pour a few drops of this solution on a cotton ball and apply it on the damaged tooth (light and superficial blows). Repeat this every night before going to bed.
  • Dilute 2 to 3 drops of clove oil with a quarter of a teaspoon of sesame seed oil. Pour a few drops of this solution on a cotton ball and apply it on the damaged tooth (light and superficial blows). Repeat this every night before going to bed.

Note: Do not use too much or too often clove oil as this is only a temporary sedative.

2. Salt

Using salt to treat cavities is very effective due to its antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Salt can reduce inflammation and pain, eliminate infection and prevent the growth of bacteria in the mouth:

  • Dissolve a teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm water. Gargle some of this solution (until the mouth is full) in your mouth for 1 minute, focusing on the affected tooth, following this treatment 3 times a day until the symptoms subside.
  • Dissolve a teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm water. Gargle some of this solution in your mouth for 1 minute, focusing on the affected tooth, following this treatment 3 times a day until the symptoms subside.

3. Lubricate

Lubrication is an old practice that can reduce the risk of cavities as well as bleeding gums and bad breath. Lubrication helps cleanse the mouth of harmful bacteria that are responsible for various types of dental problems:

  • Put 1 tablespoon of sesame oil in your mouth.
  • Gently move it around into your mouth for about 20 minutes.
  • Remove the oil completely from your mouth, avoid gargling or swallowing it.
  • Rinse your mouth with warm water, it is better to use salt water for its antimicrobial benefits.
  • Brush your teeth as usual.

Do this daily in the morning, on an empty stomach. Instead of sesame oil, you can use sunflower oil or coconut oil.

4. Garlic

The use of garlic due to its antibacterial properties as well as its strong antibiotic properties is often recommended to combat tooth decay and cavities. Garlic can also delay pain and help strengthen gums and healthy teeth:

  • Using 3 to 4 cloves of garlic (crushed) and a quarter of a teaspoon of rock salt, make a paste and place it on a decayed tooth, wait 10 minutes and rinse your mouth with mouthwash. Do this twice a day for a few weeks to prevent cavities from forming.
  • You can also apply a little garlic oil on the desired tooth to get rid of the toothache caused by the cavity.
  • Eating raw garlic regularly can also have effective results.

5.Licorice

Licorice root can help keep teeth healthy, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Journal of Natural Products. There are two effective antibacterial compounds, in dried licorice root that can prevent the growth of cavities. In addition, this plant can reduce plaque:

  • Use licorice root powder to brush your teeth regularly.
  • You can also use a soft licorice stick such as a toothbrush to clean your teeth daily.

6.Turmeric

In ancient Ayurvedic medicine (ancient Indian medicine that includes herbs, massage, and yoga), turmeric was often used to delay the pain of tooth decay (cavities). Turmeric has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to help maintain healthy gums and prevent tooth decay due to bacterial infection:

  • Apply some turmeric powder on the damaged teeth and wait for a few minutes, then rinse your mouth with warm water.
  • Mix half a teaspoon of turmeric powder with a small amount of mustard oil and use it to massage your teeth and gums, wait ten minutes and then take it out of your mouth and rinse your mouth.

7. Indian lila

Lilac or neem is another popular treatment for tooth decay, this plant with its antibacterial properties can easily kill cavities. Additionally, it helps maintain healthy teeth and healthy gums.

  • Apply neem leaf juice on your teeth and gums and wait for a few minutes, then rinse your mouth with warm water. Follow this treatment once or twice a day.
  • You can also use soft neem stems to brush your teeth.
  • You can even use toothpaste containing neem oil.

8. Indian gooseberry

Another well-known medicinal plant is the Indian gooseberry, which can help reduce tooth decay. This plant is also known as amla. Having large amounts of antioxidants and vitamin C, it has become a good option to fight bacteria and infections.

This plant improves and develops connective tissue and helps strengthen the gums. In addition, it is used to clean the mouth and get rid of bad breath:

  • Include fresh Indian gooseberries in your daily diet.
  • You can also take half a teaspoon of dry amla powder with half a glass of water a day (orally).
  • If fresh amla or powder is not available, use the capsule after consulting your doctor.

9.Nutmeg extract

Nutmeg extract can be used to prevent tooth decay and tooth decay caused by cariogenic bacteria:

  • Simply grind the nutmeg and mix it with clove oil or a little oregano oil and place it on the damaged tooth. After 10 minutes, rinse your mouth with warm water, at least this. Repeat 3 or 4 times a day.
  • You can also apply nutmeg oil directly on your teeth with a cotton swab.

10. Wheat germ

The natural antibacterial properties of wheat germ help fight tooth decay and cavities. In addition, wheat is a very rich source of vitamins A and E along with minerals such as iron, calcium and magnesium that are essential for healthy and strong teeth:

  • Include wheat germ in your diet to prevent oral issues and tooth decay
  • You can also chew some wheat as an exercise for gums and strengthening teeth.

Additional info:

  1. Antibacterial mouthwash used regularly can help kill bacteria, remove plaque and prevent gum disease.
  2. Rinse your mouth with warm water after each snack or drink.
  3. Avoid foods and drinks that contain refined sugar, these substances can cause plaque.
  4. Green and black tea are effective in reducing plaque formation and reducing the growth of bacteria in the mouth.
  5. Rinse your teeth thoroughly with warm water after drinking any acidic beverage.

A few diet tips for oral health:

  1. Chewing sugar-free gum is good for stimulating saliva production and strengthening teeth.
  2. Do not forget to drink plenty of water throughout the day. Water helps flush bacteria out and it is also important for saliva production.
  3. Drink cranberry or blueberry juice regularly to improve your oral health.
  4. Eat plenty of foods rich in vitamins A, D, E and K, as well as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and other key minerals.
  5. Eat high-fiber foods to increase saliva production in the mouth which is a natural protector for teeth.
  6. Take a vitamin D supplement.
  7. Eating cheese daily helps oral issues.

Conclusion:

You are not alone don’t feel bad because tooth decay is one of the most common oral health problems in the world. 

It’s time to rollup your sleeves and do something about it before it gets too late.

You heard me right. Cavity is a process of tooth decay OVER TIME. Here is a good news. You can naturally prevent and even reverse the tooth decay process.

Just choose one of the 10 homemade remedies I introduced to you, and you will be SET!!!

Which of these recommended solutions and suggestions do you prefer to prevent tooth decay and maintain a healthy smile? Please share your comments with us in the comment section at the very end of this page.

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