Oral health is one of the most important aspect of human health, I’m not just talking about having it clean but it’s more like maintaining it in good shape and so they can serve their purpose. For ages, teeth are battling from different types of bacteria, though they are made up of one of the hardest material in our body, they are still vulnerable from infections and decay. Every day we exhaust our teeth from chewing something to just simply talking with someone. We benefits so much from them, without them –we will have a hard time speaking and eating.
It is significantly important to maintain good oral health and to know how to take care of them correctly. One should learn how to brush and floss properly on a daily basis. Thorough brushing of your teeth every day removes plaque. It should be done gently in all sides with a soft bristle toothbrush using a toothpaste that has fluoride. You can do it in Circular stroke or just a simple back-and-forth movement. You also have to make sure that you are carefully brushing along the gum line. Brushing your tongue can also help you get rid of the plaque and food debris. It is very important to know the overall condition of your mouth that is why a lot of doctors today are going to the direction of “Oil Pulling”
Oil Pulling to Improve Your Oral Health
Ancient Ayurveda texts claim that oil pulling may cure about 30 systemic diseases and even today, it's widely discussed as a tool for detoxification of your whole body. These uses are controversial and I can't vouch for their validity. However, in your mouth,oil pulling does have significant cleansing and healing effects, which are backed up by science.
Anecdotally as well, virtually everyone who tries it notices an improvement in their oral health. Personally, this technique has significantly reduced my plaque buildup, allowing me to go longer between visits to the dental hygienist. As reported by the Indian Journal of Dental Research:1
“Oil pulling has been used extensively as a traditional Indian folk remedy without scientific proof for many years for strengthening teeth, gums and jaws and to prevent decay, oral malodor, bleeding gums and dryness of throat and cracked lips.”
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Teeth are the most important asset that we have in our mouth. We use them to comfortably do the most basic thing we should always do, and that is “eating” their strength and durability is shown depending on how you take care of them.
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