How to Remove Tartar Completely with These Super Homemade Tricks - DIY



How to Remove Tartar and Plaques Completely with These Super Homemade Tricks - DIY

Tartars are hard substances that form on your teeth and can cause them to decay. They consist of both organic and inorganic compounds. Organic compounds are made of bacteria. The best way to remove tartars or plaques from a tooth or teeth is to visit a professional who is a dentist. However, with the list we have included in this article, you'll be able to do this at home and all by yourself.

You should know plaques are different from tartar although they’re used interchangeably. Plaques are simply bacteria while tartars are the accumulation of food particles and stains. This is why tartar are often recognized as they are visible and mostly yellow or white in color. 

Oral hygiene is very essential. We turn to concentrate on what to eat rather than the channel the food passes. We might all be found guilty if we're to answer a poll on how many times we have visited the dentist. Yet it is very important that we do. 

Homemade (DIY) Recipe for Tartar

Below you'll find various home remedies for tartar removal. Most of these have been used in the ancient days and its still being used by many for plaques and tartars.  

Use these amazing home remedies to remove plaque and tartar from your teeth. Keep your mouth healthy with these natural homemade tips.

Remedy #1 - Baking Soda and Coconut Oil for Tartar Removal


What You Need.

1 Toothbrush
2 tablespoons of coconut oil
3 tablespoons of baking soda
1 tablespoon of any essential oil
½ tablespoon of salt.

How to Prepare This Remedy:

Combine all ingredient together in a glass bowl and stir until it forms close to a paste. You can brush with this recipe once daily or once every two days for good results.

Remedy #2 - Wood Ashes or Charcoal and Lemon


What You Need

1 Toothbrush
Ashes from burnt wood or charcoal
1 sizeable lemon

How to Prepare This Remedy:

Take a small amount of wood ash or charcoal. Cut your lemon into an equal part and squeeze the juice on top. Now dip your toothbrush in the mixture and brush gently. Rinse your mouth with warm water thoroughly.

How Often Should You Do This?

3 times a week is preferable.

Remedy #3 - Oil Pulling for Plaque Removal

This is also an ancient remedy for tartar and plaque removal.

What You Need

Well, this is the simplest remedy. All you need is some good amount of coconut oil. And maybe a toothbrush for later.

How This is Done

Pour a tablespoon full of coconut oil (works best) into your mouth and keep it in for about 15 or more minutes. Spit it out once the time elapses and brush your teeth as regularly. Please do not swallow.

How Often Should You Do This?


Do this once daily and before you have your breakfast.

Remedy #4 Aloe Vera for Tartar Removal


What You Need

1 toothbrush
1 sizeable aloe vera or 2 tablespoons aloe vera gel
1 tablespoon of baking soda
2 tablespoons of coconut oil

How This is Done

Combine all ingredient to form a mixture. Dip your toothbrush into the mixture and brush your teeth gently to scrub off plaques and tartar.

Do this once each day or once every two days.

What You should take note of:


All remedies that contain baking soda shouldn’t be used often as it can harm your teeth if abused. You can reduce the amount of baking soda you add to each remedy or avoid doing this daily. 2 or 3 times each week will be appropriate.
 
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Always Remember These Tips to Enhance Oral Health.
  • Brush your teeth twice daily. Avoid hard toothbrushes as it causes more harm than good to your gum and enamel. Also, remember to brush your tongue as it supports bacteria growth. 
  • Eat spicy foods as they trigger the salivary glands which help to cleanse your mouth. 
  • Tackle each tooth separately as it can help you clean and remove food particles properly. 
  • Eat more of fruits and vegetables as they help prevent plaques. Examples are carrot and guava. 
  • Oranges are a rich source of vitamins but its not about the oranges today, it is about the peels. Rub fresh orange peels on your teeth the last thing before bed and don’t rinse afterward. It protects your teeth against plaques and cavities. 
  • Quit smoking if you do. You don’t need to be told how bad smoking can affect your teeth and health. 
  • Sesame seeds are also good in preventing plaques. Chew them as often as you can. You can also keep the roughage after chewing them and using your fingers, rub them against your teeth to scrub of tartar and plaques. Spit it out afterward and rinse your mouth. 
  • Replace your toothbrush at least once every 3 months 
  • Don’t forget to floss daily and do it 30minutes after dinner and brush right after. 

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