Taking care of the mouth, teeth, and gums is of utmost importance. Proper oral hygiene can help prevent various dental problems, including tooth decay, gum disease, and the common bad breath.
- ½ tsp. salt
- ½ cup hydrogen peroxide
- Warm water
- Antiseptic mouthwash
Take a cup and mix the baking soda and salt. When combined, moisten the toothbrush with lukewarm water and dab it into the dry mixture. Rub the teeth with the toothbrush, spit after a couple of seconds, and repeat. Do this for about five minutes.
Mix the hydrogen peroxide with half a cup of warm water and rinse the mouth with this solution. Spit and do the same, this time with cold water.
At this point, you need to rub the tartar from the teeth using floss. Do it carefully as you don’t want to damage the gums and cause irritations.
Experts recommend interlock two teeth with the floss and move it side to side in order to fully remove the tartar without any damage.
At this point, you should rinse the mouth with the antiseptic mouthwash. Doing it right and adhering to the steps above ensures that you will be left with cleaner teeth and no single trace of tartar.