9 Best Dental Health Tips

9 Best Dental Health Tips

My Dental Advice Summarized

Here’s a summary of my dental advice for anyone eating a
lot of fruits and vegetables.

1) Realize that the raw food diet is more cariogenic.

“Cariogenic” is a term used by dentists that means “more
prone to cause cavities” or causing cavities (caries).

The raw food diet is simply more cariogenic because:

– More fruit is consumed, therefore more sugar
– Because fruits and vegetables are low in calories, people
tend to eat more often, therefore more exposure to sugar
– More exposure to acidity in lemons, oranges, pineapple,
tomatoes, and other acidic foods
– Raw foodists tend to eat other foods that are cariogenic,
like dried fruits

Because most people have inherited pretty weak genetics when
it comes to teeth, problems are more likely to appear on a
raw food diet.

Keep in mind that even wild monkeys will get severe dental
problems leading to death when fed bananas (even organic
ones).

Maybe our natural diet would have contained a lot more tough
fiber, but that’s not the cause in modern days so we should
not fall in the trap of “everything natural is perfect.

2) Brush your teeth first thing in the morning, as bacteria
have been active during the night.

3) Use a tongue scraper, a metal kind (not plastic).

That’s because bacteria can be transferred from your tongue
to your teeth.

4) Your longest brushing session should be before going to
bed.

Use a soft toothbrush and don’t apply too much pressure.
Use a technique to reach all four corners of the mouth. An
electric tooth brush is good too.

5) You should brush for at least 5 minutes in total per
day.

You don’t need to brush after or before every meal, but you
need to brush for a total of 5 minutes or more per day.
However you spread that out doesn’t matter as long as you
reach every corner of the mouth.

6) Use a water irrigator once a day

Like the waterpik, or Vita-Jet.

7) Floss once a day

8) However, if you’ve recently experienced dental decay,
you should temporarily use a fluoride toothpaste or rinse to
re-strengthen your enamel.

That’s for people who have had some serious dental
problems. I know there are controversies around the use of
fluoride but keep in mind I’m not advocating adding it to
water. However, it really works to strengthen the enamel in
individuals that have experienced decay, and can stop the
progression of the disease.

9) Make sure to wait 30 minutes after meals to brush as to
not weaken the enamel from the acids in your mouth. (In
fact, you could even brush before your meals).

This is the basic technique but you also need to understand
all the background and more advanced techniques such as how
to monitor the bacteria content in your mouth.

The only way to prevent dental decay for life and reverse a
bad situation is to take active control of your oral
environment. Just controlling your diet does not address the
root of the problem.

That’s why I publish the best course available on the
topic, called “How to Heal and Prevent Dental Disasters.”

This program has been created by OraMedia and is the only
course I have discovered that tells you exactly how to avoid
dental problems for the rest of your life.

DONT HEAT EXREMELY HOT FOODS DRINKS OR FREEZING CAN SHATTER TEETH AND CRACK THEM

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