Natural remedies for tooth decay in children

Tooth decay is the most common childhood disease. Learn how to care for baby teeth and deal with kids who are scared of dentist appointments. These time tested natural remedies for tooth decay in children can help.

Studies show that children who eat yogurt two to four times a week are less likely to have tooth decay than children who eat it less often or not at all.

Add more Strawberries into your diet

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not only because they are high in Vitamin C and antioxidants, but also because they have a natural exfoliating effect due to the malic acid content. The malic acid helps to whiten teeth while removing harmful tartar.

Prevent tooth decay in infants

How to prevent infant tooth decay? You can prevent infant tooth decay by not leaving your baby bottle on your child’s mouth after the child has fallen asleep. You can also stop tooth decay in infants by giving your baby nutritious foods rich in Vitamins A and D. Prevent tooth decay in infants today!

Wheat grass juice for tooth decay

The juice of wheat grass is an excellent mouthwash for dental decay and cures toothache. It draws out toxins from the gums and checks bacterial growth

Homeopathic remedy for tooth decay

This is particularly useful to take if you do not use a toothpast containing fluoride and are prone to tooth decay. We recommend a course of Calc Fluor 6X, one twice daily for ten days, once a year.

Coconut Oil

Could Help Fight Tooth Decay…..Coconut oil is much in the news these days, being used by the natural health community to enhance many aspects of health. Now, scientists have discovered yet another benefit of this valuable food – it may be a powerful ally in the fight against tooth decay.

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Known for their sweet white meat, coconuts are more than just tasty treats. In fact, research shows they may even combat tooth decay.

Green tea for tooth decay

Benefits of Green Tea: Amazing source of anti-oxidants (it supposedly even keeps you looking younger!) . Great for hydration, prevents tooth decay and bad breath. Helps preserve and build bone Boosts your immunity

Sea Salt

Traditional Sea Salt - not processed table salt. True sea salt contains many trace minerals that are vital to bone and enamel growth.

Traditional Fermented Foods

contain high levels of natural probiotics, which are wonderful for balancing out the good bacterial in the mouth. Good sources are  homemade sauerkraut, kombucha, natto, pickled vegetables, kefir, and Water Kefir

Unpasteurized cows milk

diet including unpasteurized cows milk from grass fed cows can help fight tooth decay

Avoid sugars

Goes without saying how damaging this naked chemical is for your and your children’s teeth. Instead
use only unheated honey or fresh can juice to sweeten your foods.

 

Abscess natural remedies

Another cause of mouth pain may be an abscess, which is a localized infection of either the gums or a decayed tooth. A raw or abscessed gum can cause pain. and may even feel like a toothache or a nerve dying. The painful sensation will probably come on when you are drinking or eating cold food. Look in the mirror and see if you can locate the source of the pain.

Remedies: If your gum is raw and swollen and you see a bump on the gum that might be an abscess, rinse with warm sea salt water to draw the infection out. To reduce swelling, steep a tea bag in boiling water. Remove the tea bag from the water. let it cool, and place the bag on the source of the pain. The tannic acid in the tea bag will reduce the swelling and calm the irritation until you see your dentist or hygienist.

 Loose Teeth Natural Remedyparsley for kidney treatment

For loose teeth , drink 3 cups (705 ml ) of parsley leaf tea daily. Eat raw carrots and celery to strengthen and exercise the gums. Place a clove of garlic on the tooth and the gum to encourage the tooth to re-root. Every time you urinate, clench your teeth firmly to plant them more deeply into the jaw

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