Recently, I was doing some research on the possibility of healing my teeth naturally. That might sound crazy to you, but a lot of people online claim that they improved their teeth health and even cured tooth decay by diet and supplements. After hearing these claims, I set out to answer a couple of questions: was there a tooth decay treatment at home that I could implement into my life? What about vitamins that I could begin to take that would help me obtain strong teeth?
My research suggested that people used a variety of products to accomplish a natural approach to healing teeth and gums.
- Reduce Sugar
- Limit Phytates in your diet
- Drink Bone Broth
There are some that suggest that the best way to naturally heal teeth is by changing the toothpaste that we use every day to an organic toothpaste or at least natural one. Many suggested using toothpaste that uses a mineral-rich clay, unprocessed salt, tea tree essential oil and Xylitol (which is a natural sweetener). This would replace our common kinds of toothpaste that are filled with chemicals and fluoride.
All of these remedies sound nice and all, but I was still left wondering if it were possible or beneficial to care for my teeth and gums naturally. I wanted to know what I could do on a daily basis to keep my teeth looking good.
By the way, I hate going to the dentist. I am not a big fan of sitting in that dentist chair and having them drill away at my teeth. I wouldn't say that I am scared to go to the dentist, but I'm not a huge fan. When I was a child, I remember my cousin punching her dentist in the face - not a good first impression. The reason why I wanted to learn these natural approaches was so that I could stay as far away from the dentist as possible. Also, I find that the modern way of caring for our teeth doesn't work overly well.
Going to the dentist can cost so much money each year. Our family spends thousands of dollars a year on dental fees. So, this was a little of the motivation that drove me to find a natural way that we could take care of our teeth and save us money each year on dental fees.
I Found A lot of Similarities
All of the information that I found online was similar. Each site or blog would give examples of someone who supposedly healed a decayed tooth and then the site would provide a list of vitamins and minerals that they took to accomplish their task. I found that oil pulling was the most common natural remedy given on all of the websites provided.
So, at the end of my research, I found a lot of claims but wasn't convinced that it was possible to heal your teeth naturally.
A Resource Not Like the Others
At the end of my searching, I found a website that intrigued me. The site was the research of one woman that had a phobia of dentists and had a toothache that was driving her crazy.
She searched the internet in hopes of finding a natural remedy to solve the throbbing pain in her mouth. After hours of searching, she found the answer. She then decided to keep looking into ways of maintaining her teeth naturally so that she would never have to go to another dentist again.
The best way of solving a toothache is preventing it from occurring. So she decided that she would research how to produce healthier teeth and a whiter smiler.
Dentist Be Damned
Over the last 15 years, she learned a ton about teeth care, the mouth and gums and the proper way to manage it all. She compiled her 15 years of research and testing into a compelling eBook that I had to check out for my self.
Dr. Alice Barnes is the creator of "Dentist Be Damned." Dr. Barnes is not a dentist nor a dental hygienist, but her research and her healthy teeth demand our attention.
She has reportedly travelled to the South Pacific for tips and proper hygiene habits. Those in the South Pacific have fantastic healthy teeth and don't have a lot of dental care. So what do they do?
Nevertheless, Dr. Barnes states that if you follow her methods and tips, you will also have healthy teeth and avoid having to go to the dentist. Does that sound good to you?
The eBook contains secrets to proper dental hygiene:
- Learn the ingredient that all dental products include that is the culprit for causing cavities.
- Learn the probiotics that may be good for the gut, but not very good for your teeth.
- Learn why sugar may not be causing the cavities in your mouth. Sugar gets blamed for a lot when it comes to our teeth, but maybe it's not sugar's fault.
- Learn why flossing may not be necessary
- Learn the one simple ingredient that will eliminate the harmful bacteria in your mouth that causes all of your dental woes.
- Learn a ton of great tips and tricks that will overall change your opinion of dental hygiene and give you the healthy mouth that you always wanted.
I was impressed with this eBook and found it very valuable. I enjoyed reading it and discovered a ton of tips that I had never heard before.
I believe it's worth the low price of $47.00 for the information that you'll receive.
It's Worth the Price
For a bonus, I also received two additional eBooks with excellent information.
- The first one was how to prevent canker sores
- The other resource was how to defeat bad breath.
Both of these resources are incredible!
If you are looking for ways to heal your teeth naturally and avoid going to the dentist - this resource is for you.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the eBook; I have changed my dental hygiene habits because of it.
I recommend it to anyone and everyone.