Toothpowder for your teeth protection

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You may not have heard about toothpowder or know that much about it but there are good reasons for finding out more.

Here is a look at some of the main benefits attached to using toothpowder and what some of the differences and advantages are in comparison to using a traditional toothpaste product.

1. Your mouth is where your immune system starts

It is unavoidable that your mouth will come under daily attack from all sorts of bacteria, toxins, and viruses, and other issues that pose a threat to your oral and general health.

Using a natural toothpowder that consists of alkalizing tooth cleansing properties can help to reduce inflammation inside your mouth and work on restoring your microbiome.

By using this toothpowder and helping to decrease levels of inflammation you should be able to produce the sort of good bacteria that helps to improve your mouth health and boost your internal health.

Your immune system depends on good oral hygiene and health and if you can promote natural remineralization using a toothpowder, this is expected to have a positive impact.

2. What’s wrong with fluoridated toothpaste?

In searching for the answer as to whether you should consider using toothpowder over traditional toothpaste it is worth looking at a few pros and cons that might help you to decide.

It has to be said that both options are effective cleaning agents for your teeth but it should be remembered that fluoride can be poisonous if swallowed, and the glycerin found in toothpaste can leave a film on your teeth, which may prevent remineralization. As well as fluoride is a neurotoxin that over time can significantly build up in your brain.  Flouride also kills all the good gut bacteria (microbiome) in your gut, this is what keeps you healthy and a strong immune system also can dive into initially mentioned most all the major brands have fluoride in them.

3. Plaque removal

As all the adverts are always telling us, a buildup of plaque on your tooth is bad news whichever way you look at it.

Although, both options are effective at removing plaque there are studies that suggest toothpowder can be more effective than toothpaste when it comes to fewer stains and levels of plaque. (See also: 11 Easy Ways to Take Care of Your Teeth)

4. Good ingredients in toothpowder

One of the key ingredients that are used to make toothpowder is Bentonite Clay, which is rich in the vital minerals that promote oral health and is also non-toxic.

Bentonite Clay works in much the same way as calcium and potassium and the clay has the ability to gently scrub and polish your teeth when you clean with it, working on removing tartar and cleaning your gums in the process.

Another key ingredient is White Kaolin Clay, which has a high content of calcium, magnesium, silica, and zinc. These properties are good for polishing and whitening your teeth.

5. Should you make your own?

You can buy toothpowder that is made by some of the recognized brands associated with traditional toothpaste products but it is worth checking the ingredient list on these as it is likely they might contain fluoride.

You ideally want to find an organic and more natural toothpowder option which contains the key ingredients that help keep your teeth and mouth healthy, which is probably not going to be the case with a mass-produced item.

As you can see, there are plenty of solid and healthy reasons why you might want to use a toothpowder to keep your teeth and gums in check.

About The Author:

Stacey Smith is a freelance health writer. She is passionate to write about women’s health, dental health, diabetes, endocrinology and nutrition and provide in-depth features on the latest in health news for medical clinics and health magazines.

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