Simple tips for healthy teeth

Dental treatments are among the most expensive in modern era. These simple tips will ensure that you save your valuable time, money and energy from combating dental problems. If you are already suffering from dental ailments, these can help you reverse the same. These age-old proven tips from India can put the best of dentists in awe. Follow it for a few weeks to test yourself.

(Please consult a qualified medical practitioner before starting any regime mentioned here.)

Please note that some of these tips also relate to general health. So once you start following them, you will find difference in overall health apart from stronger teeth.

1. Drink lots of water. At least 2 liters are recommended unless you have any medical constraints.
2. Avoid chilled water. Water at near body temperature is best.
3. Do not consume frozen food or cold fluids immediately after hot food.
4. Do not swallow food. Chew it until is becomes a paste.
5. Do not gulp water or other fluids. Rinse each sip gradually in mouth and then slowly sip in.
6. Ensure that mouth is tightly closed and jaws tightly clenched while urination or excretion. This single practice can bring wonders to your teeth health.
7. Wash your mouth after every meal. The right method of washing is to use your index or middle finger to massage the teeth and clear any remnants of food in mouth.
8. Avoid consumption of soft or rubbery foods like chocolates, pizza, chewing gum etc. Some claim that chewing gum helps exercise gum. The next point lists a better and sure-shot method for strong teeth.
9. Develop a habit of cleaning your teeth and gum with tongue every now and them. Imagine as if the tongue is a broom. (But do it very gently)
10. Needless to say, cleaning of teeth twice a day is a must. At least once a day is inexcusable.
11. The best way to clean teeth is by using any fine Ayurvedic tooth powder. Most tooth-pastes are marketing gimmicks focusing more on flavor and color than dental health. Use tooth powder and use your index or middle finger for cleaning teeth. No toothbrush can match the maneuverability and effectiveness of finger. Make sure you have a habit of cleaning your hands regularly with soap. The procedure is as follows (for a right-handed person): put some tooth powder on left palm. Slightly wet your right index or middle finger. Now touch this finger over the tooth powder on left hand. The powder will stick to the finger. Put it in mouth and use it as a tooth brush. Do focus on massaging the jaws. Repeat it until the tooth powder on left hands is over. Keep the powder in mouth for few minutes. You can wash your hands and finish off other tasks meanwhile. Then clean your teeth with plain water as usual.
12. The rock salt formula is extremely effective. You can do it in night, at least once in 2 days. If you have time, you can do it in morning or night and follow it up with normal tooth powder cleaning. Use tooth-powder gently. Read about this formula here: Get back your teeth
13. Ensure that the first thing you do after waking up in morning is to rinse your mouth and consume at least a litre of lukewarm water slowly. Resist the urge for urination or excretion until you complete this.
14. Avoid dental-cleaning and whitening treatments. Try these tips before deciding for tooth removal.

Would keep adding more tips. The tips provided above can ensure that you will never ever need to visit a dentist in life! Congratulations!

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    • Vinay Arya says

      Use “Dant Kanti” by Patanjali Yogpeeth for “Dant Kranti”.Being a follower of Swami Dayanand,I am not going to speak the untruth.After using toothpaste,my teeths have become equal and white like milk.If you want to have proof I can send my photo.ahahah.Don’t laugh.I am serious and it really helps.

  1. Vidya-Sagar says

    Also in spite of the dentist recommendation, never have your wisdom teeth taken out. They keep the whole jaw strong and together. God has given them for a very good reason.

  2. says

    Hello Agniveer – the tips you have shared are truly amazing. As being a dentist I appreciate your effort for sharing such lovely article. I have found your article while touring in the blog land and after reading this – quite impressed. Keep it up! Kudos!

  3. says

    This post is a great reminder that prevention is still better than cure especially when it comes to our pearly whites. Thus, we should be keen of the food and other stuffs we put into our mouths if we want our teeth healthy for a lifetime. We must eat foods that will strengthen them and avoid those that speed up their decay.

  4. trance says

    i disagree with 13 point in which you said ” rinse your mouth after u wake up and thn drink water”
    bagvatt and charak sanhita says early morning saliva has lots of medicinal properties.
    Bagvatt sanhita says saliva has all active ingredients which soil(khet ki mitti) has.

    • Ankur says

      @trance : Agreed : its a magical antacid. potent and effective than any available English medicine available in the market.

  5. Ankur says

    good for you, well now that we have confused indian westerners here , its great that you should follow your own advice of “laughing off” , i am sure no body will mind, actually this laughing off would be encouraged.

  6. Rakesh T says

    Somebody said “Honestly, tooth powder is NOT advisable and it’s an abrasive to your teeth enamel in the long run leading to sensitive teeth once the enamel wears off, and the same goes for Rock salt too.” I remember Colgate was selling tooth POWDER throughout India during 80s. So you are saying Colgate was selling harmful chemicals to India which is NOT advisable. :-)

  7. says

    In addition, take 3/4th of mouthful gingelly/sesame oil right after you get up from bed. It can be kept as it is in the mouth or better still, gargle it, as you would do to clean off your mouth after brushing. Keep the oil in your mouth for minimum of 20 minutes. Do not swallow, do not spit as yet. Once you clean off, you will notice that the density of oil has not only reduced to that of a normal water, but the color will also have changed. This is very good for overall health as well as for the teeth.

    Thank you for this great and simple article.


  8. says

    :-) Nice and interesting discussion! Different people with different answers. But at the end all want to say that protect your teeth from harmful bacteria and take care using different remedies. I am a dentist by profession and always give suggestions to my patients about the importance of teeth in our life.
    Dentist in Chandigarh

  9. says

    You’re absolutely right. What you eat and drink has a huge impact on your oral health. Keep up with your oral hygiene routine to ensure that your teeth are as healthy as can be. Consult your orthodontist for additional ways to keep your standard or invisible braces clean.


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