Dental Herb Company Tooth & Gums System New Essentials Paste and Tonic

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Dental Herb Company Tooth & Gums System New Essentials Paste and Tonic 

  • Reduces harmful bacteria and inflammation
  • Combine use of these products with regular flossing and dental hygiene maintenance
  • Controls bleeding gums
  • Not in retail stores





How to choose the best whitening toothpaste?

  • The components: 
    • Before making the decision to choose for a given model over another, the elements that make up this product must be checked.
    • By consulting a price comparison, you can see that some components are fluorinated and others are not.
    • Fluoride toothpaste is an effective way to prevent the occurrence of dental caries with a content of 1000 ppm or 100 mg of fluoride and more.
    • For children, up to 6 years, do not go beyond 500 ppm or 50 mg of fluoride.
    • You can also opt for an organic model that lacks this element if you don’t want to have it in your toothpaste.
  • Amount and smell:
    •  You should inquire about the quantity proposed.
    • The container at which this substance can be offered varies in capacity.
    • Some are limited to a few tens of milliliters while others go further.
    • Either way, be aware that the ideal amount to put on the toothbrush is the size of your little fingernail.
    • As for the aroma that the toothpaste gives off or leaves lying around in your mouth, you can have a wide choice.

Toothpaste Active Ingredients

  • Fluoride and zinc: They allow the remineralization of teeth, to fight against cavities.
  • The different forms of potassium: Whether it is chloride, nitrate, or citrate of potassium, they participate in the desensitization of the gums and teeth.
  • Zinc: Zinc citrate and zinc chloride have antiseptic powers, to fight against bacteria. The same goes for triclosan.
  • Pyrophosphate: It is an anti-tartar agent; it prevents its appearance.
  •  Silica and alumina: They make it possible to clean the teeth better and come in addition to the toothbrush in the elimination of dental plaque (calcium carbonate also has the same effect).
  • Chamomile, sage, and arnica: The natural anti-inflammatory properties of these plants help especially to fight against gum problems (swelling, bleeding, etc.)

Tips for whiter teeth

  • Baking soda

    • It is one of the most effective natural solutions for teeth whitening, and commercial toothpaste often contains it. Thanks to its fine particles, baking soda helps with very precise brushing like a scrub that would rid the teeth of stains that tarnish them. The bicarbonate can be used every day when brushing by depositing a little of this powder on the toothbrush but without toothpaste so as not to cause too abrasive action on the teeth and then rinse regularly.
  • The lemon

    • It is ideal for restoring whiteness to yellowed and stained teeth, and thanks to its acidity, it is also perfect for reducing tartar and keeping your breath fresh. Its high content of vitamin C also helps strengthen and sanitize the gums. Simply wash your teeth with a little freshly squeezed lemon, brush it gently on the teeth before rinsing them with clean water BUT be careful, do it only 2 times a week because the lemon is very acidic it could attack tooth enamel if used more often.
  • Vegetable charcoal

    • Vegetable charcoal is used to whiten teeth in a completely natural way. It is enough to use it in powder (in pharmacy) alone, without toothpaste, and to brush your teeth and then rinse with clear water. This operation can be done twice a week so as not to damage the tooth enamel, and it is a real plus for teeth whitening!
  • Tea-tree essential oil

    • It is also called Melaleuca oil, and it cleanses the mouth, teeth and contains active whiteners. Indeed, its natural antibacterial and antifungal properties make this essential oil an excellent oral antiseptic, and by reducing dental plaque, it would contribute to whiter teeth.