4 Simple Ways to Naturally Reverse Cavities and Heal Tooth Decay

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  • Published on Mar 10, 2018
  • What's the first thing that hits your mind when you hear the word "Cavities"?
    Well, there's a good chance of thinking that the problem cannot be reversed - this is exactly what we have been made to believe!
    At such times, the only solution is book an appointment with your dentist to have part of your tooth drilled out and of course, filled with a synthetic material.
    But what if you don't like the idea of visiting the dentist every now and then?
    Well, you'll be glad to know that you can handle the situation on your own.
    In other words, there are quite a few ways to reverse cavities naturally.
    Ready to check them out? I'm pretty sure you are!
    1. Start Eating Healthy
    First off, excessive intake of sugar-rich products can cause and even aggravate tooth decay, but the good news is, a healthy diet can keep these problems at bay.
    According to a study published in The British Medical Journal, a change in your eating habits can reverse tooth decay.
    With this in mind, you won't be wrong to cut off some junk foods and start getting calcium!
    Why? Well, it's only because calcium is incredibly important to both teeth and bone health - dairy products like yogurt, milk, and cheese are sure to work great.
    What's more, it's in your best interest to stay away from sweetened juices and soda - it's way better to stick with water, unsweetened beverages and fruit smoothies.
    All in all, cut down your sugar intake!
    It's also good to mention that vitamins promote salivation and that's great for fighting dental plaque.
    For the most part, you should eat more fruits like bananas and apples.
    Vegetables like Brussels sprouts are also sure to help your cause!
    2. Care For Your Toothbrush
    At this point, you'll want to start by choosing the right toothbrush for you - a small or medium-sized one is perfect.
    Moreover, you should ensure that its bristles are good enough to reach even the trickiest of areas - more like the crevices of your molars.
    What's more, it's ill-advised to cover your toothbrush after brushing especially if you want to reduce the spread of germs and bacteria.
    Also, avoid keeping your brush in the toilet room - you can never know when fecal bacteria end up on it.
    Finally, adopt the habit of changing your toothbrush on a regular basis - your teeth will thank you!
    3. Go For Regular Cleanings
    In addition to brushing or flossing your teeth on a regular basis, it's also great to book regular cleaning appointments with your dentist.
    The thing is, a dentist knows exactly how to clean just about every part of your teeth (including hard-to-reach areas) and that, of course, is a big step in your fight against tooth decay.
    4. Coconut Oil Pulling
    It's also good to know that coconut oil can work wonders on your teeth - it can stop decay and even help you develop stronger teeth.
    For the most part, coconut oil pulling eliminates or better still, pull out bacteria from your teeth and heals them naturally.
    As you probably guessed, you only have to swish a tablespoon of the oil in your mouth for about 20 minutes and spit it out - it's as simple as that!
    So there you have it! These are a few tips that can take the place of professional dental treatment - now it's all up to you to make good use of them!
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Comments • 20

  • kenneth christie
    kenneth christie Month ago

    Hated this video

  • blake102989
    blake102989 Month ago

    The milk helps bones is bullshit, people who drink milk often have a higher mortality rate than non milk drinkers

  • SuperRose2626
    SuperRose2626 8 months ago +1

    Thanks for the coconut oil pulling tip; however, I'm not filling up on dairy products for Calcium. l'd rather take Ca2+/Vit. D supplements instead.

  • alison norcross
    alison norcross 9 months ago

    This rubbish.

  • W̶̷̲̅L̶̷̲̅O̶̷̲̅ғ̶̷̲̅ᴀ̶̷̲̅ɪ̶̷̲̅ʟ̶̷̲̅s̶̷̲̅

    I probably consume about 200 grams of sugar a day, and ive been brushing once a day for my entire life. No cavities yet, but yesterday is the second time in my life i saw a tiny shallow brown spot on a tooth.

    • W̶̷̲̅L̶̷̲̅O̶̷̲̅ғ̶̷̲̅ᴀ̶̷̲̅ɪ̶̷̲̅ʟ̶̷̲̅s̶̷̲̅
      W̶̷̲̅L̶̷̲̅O̶̷̲̅ғ̶̷̲̅ᴀ̶̷̲̅ɪ̶̷̲̅ʟ̶̷̲̅s̶̷̲̅ Year ago

      Before, I would always brush in the morning, but I would also wash my mouth after eating food and use a floss if I feel if food is stuck in my teeth (for as long as I have been brushing my teeth). Ever since my original post, I started brushing twice a day and using listerine mouth wash twice a day right after i brush my teeth. I also went on a low sugar no soda / caffeine diet for 2 weeks, and I am trying to maintain that diet, although I drink soda occasionally now instead of everyday.

    • yamuna bhattarai
      yamuna bhattarai Year ago

      W̶̷̲̅L̶̷̲̅O̶̷̲̅ғ̶̷̲̅ᴀ̶̷̲̅ɪ̶̷̲̅ʟ̶̷̲̅s̶̷̲̅ Do you brush in the morning or evening and do you use any sort of mouthwash?Please reply.

  • Mr. Don
    Mr. Don Year ago

    20 minutes?

  • IAN EZZ RENEGADO
    IAN EZZ RENEGADO Year ago +1

    sir by using these steps can heal my teeth decay in my front teeth sir???i will for your answer sir

    • Body Hub
      Body Hub  Year ago +1

      Yes you will definitely notice improvements!

  • Free Music
    Free Music Year ago

    Many thanks, I been tryin to find out about "prevent reversing tooth decay" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried - Nelevi Gapify Elimination - (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some decent things about it and my colleague got excellent success with it.

  • k khair
    k khair Year ago +2

    It wld be 20sec...
    How it can b 20mints😨😲🙊

  • Fodwocket
    Fodwocket Year ago +2

    When you said you only have to swish the coconut oil around in your mouth for 20 minutes, did you mean 20 seconds?

  • Grace Ader
    Grace Ader Year ago +8

    Can you grow back teeth that have really bad decay and have accidentally cracked... And possibly fallen out from the gum. ( and they are NOT baby teeth) is there anyway to grow them back please?

    • sebastian serna
      sebastian serna 2 months ago

      This was great, thanks, I been tryin to find out about "how to treat tooth decay naturally" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about - Nelevi Gapify Elimination - (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my work buddy got excellent success with it.

    • Grace Ader
      Grace Ader Year ago

      b3atdown63 x Darn it!

    • b3atdown63 x
      b3atdown63 x Year ago +1

      Grace Ader no

  • suresh t
    suresh t Year ago

    Super

  • I like cats
    I like cats Year ago

    First!!!!!!