30 Seconds Gargle with this, Coral Remove and Bacteria

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Coral is a yellowish plaque that accumulates on the surface of our teeth are located near the gums.The emergence of tartar is usually caused by several factors, one of which poor oral hygiene.
Tartar is the most common problem that most people face when it comes to oral health.If you do not clean it, it can lead to infection which is also called periodontitis.
Common treatment is usually done to remove the coral and the plaque is the cleaning procedure with a visit to the dentist.However, this time we will give you some natural remedies that will help remove corals and bacteria naturally without having to see a doctor.
Linseed
Chew one tablespoon of flax seed but do not swallow it.Then, brush your teeth with hemp seed.Rinse with water, and the results are immediately visible.Flaxseeds are able to polish your teeth naturally and easily in removing tartar.
sea salt
Place a bit of sea salt on the toothbrush and brush your teeth regularly with it.Finally, rinse with water and repeat this procedure 2-3 times a week for best results.You can also use sea salt as a natural mouthwash, quite dilute half a teaspoon in a glass of water and use water to rinse.
Sea salt has a great antibacterial properties that can eliminate bad breath and whiten your teeth.Sea salt is also capable of polishing teeth and removing coral buildup on your teeth.
Although there are many natural methods that can help clean, whiten, and maintain the health of your mouth, but the best way to keep your mouth in order to stay healthy is to visit the dentist every six months.This will help you eliminate problems early and prevent further problems.

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