Tartar is a brownish calcareous deposit that accumulates most often on the inner surface of the lower incisors. A stone appears in people who improperly brush their teeth, prefer to take only soft food, and suffer from metabolic disorders. Only a dentist can completely clean teeth from a stone. Although you can try to do it yourself, at home, using some folk recipes.
It is necessary
- - black radish, lemon juice;
- - 30 g of young walnut bark;
- - 30 g of horsetail;
- - ash;
- - 3% hydrogen peroxide solution, cotton swab.
Eat black radish more often. This vegetable effectively reduces the density of dental calculus, which greatly simplifies the process of its further mechanical removal. Chew each spoonful of grated radish as long and thoroughly as possible. You can not swallow the chewed mass itself. Adding a few drops of lemon juice to the grated radish will enhance the effect of the procedure.
You can clean your teeth from stone using the following folk remedy. Pour 30 g of young walnut bark with one glass of water. Simmer the medicine over low heat for 15 minutes. Cool the broth and strain it. Soak your toothbrush in it two to three times a day and brush your teeth for 5 minutes. To prevent tartar formation, perform this procedure twice a month.
A decoction made from 30 g of horsetail and 200 ml of boiling water can reduce the formation of plaque on the teeth, and, consequently, the occurrence of tartar. It is necessary to take this remedy for three weeks, twice a day, half a glass.
Very effectively, and most importantly, gently, it is able to clean the teeth from ash stone. It also contains mineral elements useful for teeth.
A 3% hydrogen peroxide solution will help get rid of the stone. After brushing your teeth in the evening, soak a cotton swab in it and apply it to your teeth for 2-3 minutes.
Never try to get rid of tartar with needles, pins, or other sharp objects. Such actions can violate the integrity of the tooth enamel, injure the edge of the gums and introduce an infection into the wound.
If you notice an increased formation of plaque and calculus on your teeth, contact your dentist. A specialist will not only put your teeth in order by removing plaque from them, but will also identify the cause of increased stone formation, and will also advise the most suitable oral hygiene products for you.